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Franciscan Garden Apartments

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Magnificent Views of Prague!

The Franciscan Garden Apartments consist of two different buildings that surround the beautiful Franciscan Garden with the magnificent Gothic Church of Our Lady of the Snows. The lush garden is a quiet welcoming haven in the center of Prague, a bustling European capital. Three air-conditioned units (Glass SuiteGlass Rooftop and Garden View) are located in the Teta Building, while five luxurious units (Magnetic, ModernGlass Penthouse, Metropolitan and Metropolitan Duplex) are situated in the Langhans Building.

Amenities


Amenities include: free Wi-FI Internet, lift, 24-hour security, satellite TV, weekly cleaning, washing machine, full towel and linen and much more. Price includes 15% VAT but does not include breakfast.


Central Location

The Franciscan Garden Apartments are located in the center of Prague and are within walking distance to all major attractions such as the National Theater, Old Town Square, Charles Bridge and much more. Wenceslas Square, the famous venue for the Velvet Revolution, now a haven for shopping is right around the corner, as is the impressive National Museum. The Franciscan Garden, a pretty public space with rose bushes, benches, a playground, and the massive Church of Our Lady of the Snows is the perfect area for relaxing. The area is full of top choices for fine dining, restaurants, sweet shops, shopping, cool cafes and even the hip Svetozor art house cinema, which shows select films in English.

Teta Building
The Teta Building is a modern building from the late nineties that features one apartment per floor; the luxurious units boast an abundance of windows (complete with motorized blinds) that provide unforgettable views of the Gothic Church and the surrounding rooftops of Old and New Town. 

Langhans Building

The Langhans Building is a truly intriguing structure that was purchased in 1880 by Jan Langhans who transformed the space into the most prestigious photography studio in all of Bohemia. In operation from 1880-1948, the studio then fell into the dark recesses of history only to be reclaimed by the Langhan family in 1991. After a meticulous renovation the building is what we see today, a historical structure combined with modern elements, a structure so grand that in 2003 it was awarded the prestigious European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture: Building of the Year, Architect Ladislav Labus. In the same year Jan Langhan’s great-granddaughter Zuzana Meisnerova-Wismer opened the Langhans Photography Gallery in the building. The apartments boast incredible views of either the famous Prague Castle, the pretty Franciscan Garden, or the rooftops of Prague. 

Address: Jungmannova 28, Prague 1

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