Situated in the Stare
, the superbly designed 987 Prague lies in one of Europe’s most prized and celestial cities. Ideally located in the historical heart of Prague, between Wenceslas Square and the Old City, the hotel’s vibrant and sophisticated style is the perfect complement to its genuinely beautiful surroundings.
Some local highlights include: Old Town (2.8km) –
a medieval settlement of Prague that was once separated from the city by a moat which was removed during the 14th-Century during the founding of New Town, and streets which replaced the moat have remained its official boundary. Places of interest include the Old Town Square, the Astronomical Clock and the Old New Synagogue. One thing you’re sure to see is the Procession of the Twelve Apostles’ which occurs every hour on the hour at the Astronomical Clock at the Old Town Hall. Charles Bridge (3.3km)
– A famous and historic bridge that crosses the Vitava River. It was constructed in 1357 under the patronage of King Charles IV. New Town (3.6km) –
A quarter in the city, and it is the largest and youngest of the city’s five independent towns which make up the historic centre of modern Prague. Wenceslas Square (950m) –
One of the main city squares, it is the centre of business and culture in the New Town and is a World Heritage Site. It is dominated by the grand neoclassical Czech National Museum.