How about short term furnished rentals in hipster Prague?
Travelers interested in rather posh surroundings might want to hunt for furnished apartments for rent short term in the second district of Prague. There are sprawling parks, top-notch restaurants, beautiful architecture and a feeling of being in a stylish, well-off, but not overcrowded location. If you’re taking your dog with you, the proximity of parks makes it one of the places to consider for a pet-friendly short term rental. This is also where students and creatives like to hang out - so you can count on a generous selection of vegetarian and vegan places, thrift stores and quirky pubs.
If you’re into industrial vibes, short term room for rent in Prague 5 could be just the perfect choice. You will be surrounded by hip pubs and contemporary art galleries, and, as many assure, the vibe of this part of the city is particularly cosmopolitan. Some of the highlights of that part of Prague would be Futura Gallery, an internationally renowned space for contemporary art exhibitions, with an (in)famous sculpture in its backyard. Same for MeetFactory, an ambitious non-profit cultural space where you can find anything from concerts to theater, bars, and exhibitions. You don’t need to worry about shopping in Prague 5, either - you’re just a walk away from one of the city’s biggest shopping centers, Novy Smichov.
At home in the communist Prague 6 - short term lease apartments
Looking for short term accommodation in a place that feels more… hmmm.. authentic? Prague 6 could hit the sweet spot: it boasts a unique mix of architecture, it is affordable, it is more “local” and it is not far from the historical center. For those who seek eclectic urban feel, the combination of brutalist buildings, modernist villas and ambassadors’ residences located here could make for a great backdrop. And if you also want to venture further out of town, transportation in Prague 6 is a considerable advantage, as it is close to the airport, metro, trams, and buses. This could be a factor when looking for corporate short term rentals. Let us not forget about all the art institutions, one of Prague’s famous clubs, Cross Club, and a huge range of parks and restaurants that will be right at your doorstep.
Rent apartment short term in Prague’s secret treasure, Karlin
Short term apartments in Karlin are the perfect choice for adventurous travelers who love off-the-beaten-track experiences. This part of town was flooded and largely destroyed in 2002, and then forgotten, but only for a short time. Both real estate developers and young creatives flock to Karlin nowadays, bringing with them a wide range of fine coffee bars, Canadian delis, and modern tea rooms. These places neighbor with more historic and traditional (and really cute) Czech beer pubs. You will also find some of the finest buildings in Prague. Just try the Lyckovo Namesti Square, or Invalidovna, or St Cyril and Methodius Church, or the former Jewish Synagogue. They’re real jewels.
How to find your perfect short stay apartments in Prague?
With Flatio, you won’t have any problems finding a rental for 14 days, a month, or even for half a year in Prague. What’s more, there are no deposits! You’ll only pay a 19 EUR fee for a successful reservation and a low service fee.
Enjoy your month in the capital city of the Czech Republic to the fullest and find a suitable rental in advance, exactly according to your needs. All the apartments on offer on Flatio are fully equipped and furnished, so you don’t have to worry about buying cutlery or contacting internet service providers. Everything is ready for you even before you open the front door. Thanks to that, you’ll have more time for work, cultural events or entertainment.