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Prague Vinohrady has long been one of the most popular places to live. It was originally a separate village called Viničné Hory, which was founded in 1788, later renamed Královské Vinohrady. The new name of the village referred to the medieval vineyards established by King Charles IV, which were located on the southwestern slopes outside the city gates. The settlement of the territory began to grow thanks to the development of Prague industry and the demolition of the walls in 1874. Architecturally, the elegant Art Nouveau style and the so-called Neo-Baroque from the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries dominate in particular. In 1922, the village was annexed to Prague.

The proximity of several public transport tram stops and the Jiřího z Poděbrady metro station ensures Vinohrady excellent transport accessibility to all parts of the city. The area around the house in Kolínská street is a very pleasant place thanks to the planted trees. At the same time, it is relatively quiet, despite the fact that it is only a few steps from the busier Vinohradská and Korunní streets, where you can find many restaurants, bars and shops. Schools, kindergartens, medical, cultural and sports facilities are within walking distance.


  • Atrium Flora shopping center
  • Cinema City Flora
  • markets on Náměstí Jiřího z Poděbrady
  • Sets of Holy Regiment of Bohemia
  • Cap Brothers sets
  • Rieger sets
  • Vinohrady Theater
  • church of st. Ludmila on Náměstí Miru
  • Žižkov Television Tower

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