Our cozy apartment is situated in the historic center of the city. It provides enough comfort for one to four guests. There is a fukcion kitchen, coffee maker, washing machine. You can also use a grill and fireplace in the privat garden.
The apartment is completely renovated. Located two minutes from the main square, 1 minute from the main park, two minutes from the river, 10 minutes from the forest. Nearby is an excellent Indian restaurant, Old Czech restaurant and modern hotel with the perfect kitchen. Furthermore, new disco club and two alternative clubs focused on house music, DnB, hip hop, rock, jazz and other musical genres. In the vicinity are cafes, museums and playgrounds.
Zugang für Gäste
The apartment is located in a tenement house on the 1st floor area of 55 m2. It contains a living room with a double bed and a sofa bed, kitchen with dining table, bathroom with toilet, and entry hall with full equipment.
Parking can be used for paid on the parking next the house or for free directly in front of the house.
Interaktion mit Gästen
The owner of the apartment and the building is well-known organizer of many cultural and sports events and is always willing to help you with selection of good cultural events not only in the city but in the whole Czech Republic. The same with restaurants or sightseeing etc.
Weitere wichtige Infos
Although the apartment is located in the city center, offers the possibility of a peaceful rest in an enclosed yard and garden.
The South Bohemian town of Písek lies an hour’s drive from Prague on the gold-bearing Otava River, the banks of which are connected by the oldest preserved stone bridge in the Czech Republic. We would like to introduce to you this cultural and historical town, bearer of the title Best Place to Live 2012*, situated in the unique scenery of the Písecké Mountains, a landscape of ponds and river canyons. Thanks to its amiable conditions, the area of present-day Písek has been settled from time immemorial. The exact date of the royal town’s foundation is unknown. However, its name was recorded in 1243 by a scribe of Wenceslas I, King of Bohemia, in a Latin text: “APUD PEZCH”, that is at Písek. The following rulers of the Přemyslid dynasty showed their favour to the town, too, and often stayed overnight there. The driving factor in the town’s development at the beginning of its existence was probably a large boom in gold panning in the Otava River and gold mining in the surrounding hills. Another significant source of income for the town was the so-called Golden Path, along which various goods from Austria were brought to the Czech lands. During the Hussite wars, the town sided with the rebels. In the early 16th century, Písek was one of the wealthiest towns in Bohemia. However, in 1532 the town was almost completely destroyed by a large fire. Another disaster came with the outbreak of the Thirty Years’ War. Písek took the side of the estates in 1618, in consequence of which its suburbs and surrounding villages were burnt down by the imperial army in March, 1619. In September, 1620, Písek experienced the worst looting in its history. In (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN), after Maria Theresa assumed the throne, the town quickly changed owners and was in the possession of Austrians, French and Bavarians. New times and development came in the 19th century. Town walls were pulled down, and moats were filled and planted with vegetation. In 1875, the first train arrived in the town along a newly constructed railway. In 1884, František Křižík installed electrical street lighting with arc lamps. The royal town of Písek’s power plant commenced its operation in 1888 and is functional to this day. On 14 October, 1918, Písek became the first town to proclaim an independent Czechoslovakia. This event meant the beginning of modern history and is connected with two World Wars, the second of which ended for Písek with the arrival of the American army on 6 May, 1945, and the Red Army on 10 May.
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