and convenience in the centre of Prague
VODIČKOVA 33 is located right in the heart of Prague, between Wenceslas Square and Jungmannova Street and close to the Franciscan Garden.
The premium business location and excellent accessibility (three metro lines, several tram lines, and major train stations) are significant advantages of the project.
The location of VODIČKOVA 33 is both unique and practical. Within walking distance, you will find a wide selection of restaurants, shops and hotels with conference facilities or other services, such as banks, post offices, medical facilities, pharmacies and others.
- one of the most prestigious business addresses in Prague
- in the historical centre of the city
- near Wenceslas and Jungmann Square and Na Příkopě and Národní Streets
- a transfer hub for all three metro lines and the main tram lines
- walking distance from the Main Train Station
- approx. 30 minutes from Václav Havel Airport Prague
Vodičkova 33 benefits from its central location in Prague, offering the convenience of perfect access to premium and civic services. Just a few steps from the building you will find the metro lobby and tram stops. The City Ring Road, which connects you to the main motorway routes and the Václav Havel Airport Prague, is 10 minutes away, as is the National Theatre by foot.
Directly from Vodičkova Street is one of the entrances to the beautiful Franciscan Garden, a sought-after oasis of peace in the centre of Prague. From the building itself, you can enjoy views of the gardens and the Church of Our Lady of the Snows.
The location of Wenceslas Square and Vodičkova, Národní, Na Příkopech and Jindřišská streets is the place with the highest concentration of corporate headquarters in the centre of the metropolis. This is matched by the background of services and hotels with congress facilities or top restaurants suitable for business meetings.
This part of Prague offers a comprehensive range of shops and services. The largest concentration of shops and services can be found in the nearby Wenceslas Square, the Quadrio centre on Národní třída or the famous Na Příkopech shopping street. Nearby, in Jindřišská Street, you will also find the Main Post Office, which is open 24/7.
Prague is also a place of many tastes. There are fine-dining restaurants as well as modern cafes specialising in fusions of different cuisines, classic Italian osterie or Czech pubs serving delicious beer. Just a short walk from the house, on Jindřišská Street, you can sample a combination of champagne and tapas at Špejle, delicious Italian cuisine at L'Osteria on Národní, great coffee in the hip Café Café, or quick pasta at Pasta Café around the corner.
You can admire all styles while walking through Prague: from Romanesque buildings to Gothic and Renaissance to Theresian Baroque, Art Deco, Art Nouveau and Cubism. All you have to do is lift your eyes and look around you, stop, sit down with a coffee, beer or a glass of good wine and enjoy the genius loci of Prague.
Prague is the cultural heart of Central Europe. Mozart and many other artists of world history worked here. But it is also a centre of contemporary modern art, whether performing, visual or film. In the surrounding area, you will find modern multiplexes, classic cinemas with atmosphere, as well as traditional theatres of small and large stages. Whatever your taste, you won't get bored.