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What you should know about Vrsovice

Bohemian Vrsovice is enjoying a resurgence as Prague’s capital of cool. This ancient quarter has 1,000 years of history, starting life as an independent village that was gradually swallowed up by the big city on its doorstep. Now it’s reasserting itself as a self-contained community with an alternative angle on life that’s proving popular with the hipster generation. By day it’s a jumble of bookshops and brasseries, by night a vibrant cocktail of bars and clubs. Come here to chill or party—or both!

Hotels in Vrsovice


Thanks to its newfound popularity, affordable hotels in Vrsovice are in plentiful supply. Many lovely old residences have been converted into cozy bed and breakfasts, such as Prague’s Rainbow Guest House, an Art Nouveau mansion dating from 1910. Opera-lovers will be charmed by the design inspiration behind the Hotel Nabucco. This 4-star Vrsovice hotel is named for the famous opera by Verdi and decorated with scenes from his life and works. For a budget-friendly vacation, Vrsovice hostels offer well-appointed rooms in atmospheric tenements oozing 19th-century authenticity. Benefit from self-catering facilities at the Alea Apartments House, offering flexible accommodation for families or groups of friends.

Things to see in Vrsovice


With notable landmarks as diverse as the Koh-I-Noor button factory, the Slavia soccer stadium, and the Eden shopping mall, Vrsovice owes much of its character to its quirky blend of old and new. The Hus’ House was one of the first buildings in the city to be constructed from pre-stressed concrete. This Hussite church with its unusual “lighthouse” tower incorporates a theater complete with orchestra pit and dressing rooms. Nearby St. Wenceslas is one of 3 churches in Prague built to commemorate the 1,000th anniversary of the death of the legendary patron saint. Much of day-to-day life in Vrsovice happens on and around Krymska, one of the first streets to fall under the spell of the new bohemians in the 1990s. Wander its cobbled sidewalks to browse the eclectic boutiques and cozy coffee shops that have breathed new life into old workshops and warehouses, or check out the flea market for bargains from bygone days.

Good for solo travelers


Backpackers and new age adventurers helped to put Vrsovice on the map. Now it’s attracting a more diverse crowd, but they still have one thing in common—the pursuit of happiness! Solo travelers will find plenty of friendly faces in the cafés that line Krymska. Hook up with your new mates to sink a few Czech beers or check out the DJ sets in the bars and clubs around Francouzska. For those on a tight budget, shared rooms in Vrsovice hostels mean you can save your pennies for partying. If you prefer your own space, this quaint corner of old Prague is the perfect place to unwind with nothing but a guidebook for company.

How to get to Vrsovice


For international travelers, Vaclav Havel International Airport is the main point of entry into Prague. Cabs are in plentiful supply and the airport also offers a shuttle bus service that connects with the city’s metro system. There are no metro stops in Vrsovice itself, but it is well served by the integrated bus and tram network, including a major bus depot at Michle. The best way to travel in Vrsovice is on foot, as it allows you the independence and freedom to explore at your own pace.

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