|Flat available for rent in Vinohrady|
Photo: Home Sweet Home
Have you thought about coming to Prague for a month or more? If so, you might want to consider renting a flat during your stay. Or maybe you’re considering a move to Prague, but aren’t sure which part of the city is best for you. Rather than buying a flat right away, renting a flat in Prague may be the way to go. You won’t feel tied to one place; if one area of Prague’s not comfortable, you can move to another section of the city.
Prague offers a variety of beautiful areas to live, for instance, Vinohrady. Vinohrady (Prague 2) is a popular district of the city for expats. It’s close to Prague’s center, offers fast access to public transport, and has a wide variety of shops and restaurants. In addition, you’ll find beautiful parks and green spaces.
Here’s an example of a flat for rent in Vinohrady . This spacious, sunny flat is 88 m2 and is on the 5th floor of a building with an elevator. You’ll find a living room, kitchen (with all major modern appliances), a bathroom (with tub) and one bedroom. The flat’s situated 2 minutes (by tram) to Museum Metro A stop, or if you’d like to walk, the metro’s only 10 minutes away.
A few years ago, Jiri and I were looking to move to a bigger flat in an accessible part of Prague. I spent hours of online research looking for a place, without much luck. Then I happened onto an ad from a local real estate agency—Home Sweet Home.
Home Sweet Home is an agency that helps you find the best home for your budget and personal preferences. This real estate company offers expats short-term as well as long term accommodation in Prague. The agency offers professional, knowledgeable real estate agents who stay in contact with you through the buying or rental process—from beginning to end. The people we worked with had excellent English skills, making my work even easier. You’ll find an excellent selection of flats on their real estate search engine.
Disclosure: this is a sponsored article; however, the views written here are my own.
That’s all for now! Have a great day!