Vinohrady means vineyard. Vinohrady was the wine-growing district of Prague that was founded in the 14th century under King Charles IV. The vineyard lasted for some four hundred years. In the second half of the 19th century and first half of the 20th century, a variety of grand Neo-Renaissance and Art Nouveau houses were constructed. Today many of these houses are restored to become residential apartments with amazifig architectural details.
Vinohrady is Prague's answer to all those looking for a charming European neighbourhood. The treelined streets and Riegrovy Sady park make it a popular district for living. There are many coffee bars and restaurants in the vicinity of the main square, Namesti Miru, from where the public transport network of metro, trams and buses takes you to the centre or any other part of the city.
Our apartment buildings are on Sazavska 6, Moravska 4, Belgicka 3, Varsavska 21, Na Kozacce 10 and Machova 19. All are located within 5 minutes' walk of Namesti Miru.