Have you been wondering where to get an acoommodation in Prague with your four legged friend? Then you are right to be looking at Bohemia Apartments. We offer you several apartment residences where you can stay over with your dog or cat, so you can head out for your holidays as a complete team!
If you have a commitment at home in a form of four legged furry friend, planning your summer vacation or a long weekend trip might not be easy. Fortunately, Prague is a dog friendly city and besides the beautiful spacious forest-parks out of the city centre, there is a plenty of city’s greenery looking forward to your visit, as well as many cafés where you will be welcomed warmly with your buddy.
Charles Bridge Residence
If you stay over in Bohemia Apartment’s residence Charles Bridge at Smetanovo nabrezi, you can enjoy nerby walks by the Vltava river, on the river islands, Kampa or in Petrin park. Moreover, there are many outdoor events taking place at Strelecky ostrov or Kampa that you can comfortably enjoy with your pet as well.
The huge advantage of Vodickova residence in Vodickova street are spacious terraces, that both you and your dog will appreciate for your stylish breakfast or afternoon siesta. Despite the bustling streets of the city centre, the apartments are quiet and cozy.
Nearby you can take a walk at Charles Square (which is by the way very close from our Vladislavova residence as well), or you can set off for Prague’s Vinohrady district, where you can for sure not avoid meeting new doggie friends pretty much anywhere on the streets, in the cafes, and of course in Riegrovy sady (Rieger Gardens) that both you and your dog will fall in love with. A lot of greenery, beer garden and georgious sunsets make the park one of the favourite chilling spots in Prague.
Both you and your pets will fall in love with apartments with a terrace!
Apartments Vodickova no.2 and Vodickova no.4 are modern, spacious and offer a nice terrace situated into the courtyard.
Should you need a bit of time for yourself but leaving your pet alone in a foreign environment doesn’t sound like a good idea, it is easy to find one-time pet-sitting or pet-walking in Prague.
If you’re not too into the busy city streets and you feel scared to travel to Prague with your pet, don’t forget about the many fresh parks and forest-parks located right in the heart of Prague. They are easily accessable and visiting them brings along a chance to explore different, yet not less beautiful parts of Prague. Which one will you visit?