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In the centre of it all

Prague is one of Europe’s tourism hotspots offering numerous leisure and entertainment venues. Mamaison Residence Downtown Prague is the ideal solution for people who appreciate short distances. Only a 6 minute walk to Wenceslas Square, you’ll enjoy being close to many shops, restaurants, bars and popular attractions.

Take a stroll to the National Museum, which you can reach in more or less 8 minutes on foot, Charles Bridge is only 2 km away and the Prague Powder Tower lies at a distance of just 1.5 km. You can reach us by plane via the Václav airport (approx. 17 km), or by train (the main station is about 1 km away) or you can use the I. P. Pavlova metro station, which is just a 4 minute walk away.

Prague State Opera – Prague’s cultural repertoire

Prague’s visitors who are especially interested in culture shouldn’t miss the State Opera (Státní opera Praha), located within easy walking distance (approx. 10 minutes). It is hosted in a building of the neo-renaissance which, due to its rich neo-rococo ornaments, is one of Europe’s most beautiful theatres. The programme includes operas, dramas, ballet performances and concerts. The modern and classic productions inspire visitors from all over the world. Our front desk will be happy to arrange the tickets for You. Do not hesitate to contact us!


Old town square: Prague’s market place

The old town square(Staroměstské náměstí) is Prague’s market place, just a 20 minute walk away. From the town hall tower you’ll enjoy the best views over the thriving city, day and night. There’s no shortage of street artists providing entertainment, restaurants, cafes and bars inviting you to take a break and historic buildings offering a glimpse inside the city’s architectural history. Especially worth a visit: the Tyn Church. If you take a closer look you’ll discover the differences between the Adam and Eve towers.


Wenceslas Square: shopping mile and grand boulevard

Wenceslas Square (Václavské náměstí) is without a doubt the most popular destination in Prague: 700 m long and bursting with history. It was used as a site for large demonstrations, is home to the National Museum and tells stories of times gone by with its building fronts dating back to the Baroque and Art Nouveau eras. Locals and visitors from all over the world enjoy wandering through the numerous shops, restaurants and bars, taking in the lively atmosphere.