Storing luggage while visiting Prague
3.2.2017
  1. Prague Castle – is probably the most significant Czech monument. The seat of the Czech monarchs, now the seat of the President of the Republic, was founded in the 9th century by Prince Bořivoj of the Přemysl family. The Prague Castle covers an area of 70,000 m² and is written in the Guinness Book of Records as the largest castle complex in the world. It is also one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites. It is made up of a collection of palaces and church buildings. One of them is the well-known Cathedral of St. Vitus in which crown jewels are stored. Part of the castle complex are also gardens offering magnificent views of the historic city center. Entrance to the castle grounds is guarded by the castle guard from all sides.
  2. Old Town Square – The oldest square of historical Prague is the Old Town Square, its origins date back to the 12th century. In the square there is the Old Town Hall with one of the most famous astronomical clocks in the world. The square is surrounded by many beautiful historic buildings and right in the middle of the square stands the statue of Jan Hus.
  3. Charles Bridge- The oldest preserved bridge in Prague is Charles Bridge from the 14th century. The foundation stone was laid by Charles IV himself. in 1357. The construction continued under the guidance of an experienced builder Peter Parler. During the 18th century, 30 sculptures and sculptures were added to the Charles Bridge. In the 19th century, horse trams began to be traveled, but were later replaced by electric trains and buses. However, since 1965, the bridge is only for pedestrians.

All these sights are easily accessible from both of our locations. Just leave your luggage with us and enjoy Prague.

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