Pension MARTIN PRAHA

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Pension Martin

Welcome to Pension MARTIN PRAHA.


We are glad to invite you to spend some pleasant days in one of most beatiful Prague quarters. Bílá Hora combines Czech history and calm of the Royal park with amazing attainability of Prague center and the Praha-Ryzně airport as well.

You can get more information about our pension by clicking on one of the categories on the right side.

Except of common controlls you will find there our new onilne reservation system. This system can count the total price of your stay and then make an advance reservation for your rooms. Please fill in number of rooms and persons in order to make then reservation unequivocal.

If you make a reservation and try to send it once more just to be sure, your rooms are not in our offer anymore, so it is possible the system will not let you make the reservation again.

You will receive an email about delivered reservation. If there are no free rooms for your period, please contact us. We usually manage to satisfy all of our customers.

In case of any unclearness please contact us. .

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Royal folly, Singing fountain

The Royal fully was built in 1563 and is the purest example of Italian renaissance architecture outside Italy. It is places in one of many Prague castel´s gardens. The best one to use it was allegedly Rudolfem II. who established here an observatory where worked stars like Tycho de Brahe and Johannes Kepler. In the garden in a front of the building will you find a Singing fountain that is supposed to bewitch every passer-by.

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Municipale house

The Municipal house is one of the most famous neobaroque buildings in Prague. The biggest hall is called Smetanova síň that hosts for example Prague Spring Festival. The Municipal house recorded twice in Czech history. At first was here declared 28.10.1918 the independent Czechoslovakia and then in November 1989 the communistic government met here Václav Havel – later the first president of free Czechoslovakia.

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Saint Nicholas cathedral

This cathedral is probably the most famous baroque building in Prague. Its architects were father and son Dientzenhofers. Interior decoration is an example of vintage baroque muchness and artfulness trying to amaze the visitor and bring out his or her spiritual feelings.