The flat itself is located about 20 mins. from the city center and has a bus stop directly across the street (which will take you to two different metros, depending on where you need to go). The neighborhood may appear a little rough, but it is actually quite pleasant; especially with all the near by parks and small shops. The apartment building and all the neighbors are pretty quiet; everyone keeps to themselves and gives the occasional "Hello" when passing in the hallway.
The flat itself is quaint and aesthetically pleasing. It may seem a little cramped at first (please consider I am a bigger individual), but it something you can get use to fairly quickly. I was fortunate enough to see other flats my classmates stayed in and they definitely fell short in comparison (price, amenities, and defiantly friendliness of the owner/manager).
Overall, this flat is a perfect if you are passing through Prague or need a longer stay; especially if your are looking for the right balance of value and quality. It does take a little to get use to it, but it is fairly quick and easy to do so. I defiantly would not have had the same wonderful experience at any other flat.
Sarka is a wonderful landlady. From the signing of the contract, the rental period to the end of the lease, everything went very well. She always tried to make sure that everything is in order and helped me with questions. Besides, she was always available.
I would choose the apartment every time again.
In the whole four months that I spent in the apartment I felt very welcome and at home.
Everything necessary was available in the apartment. I also liked the location very much.
During the Corona lookdown in Prague I could recover very well in the apartment and did not feel restricted.
I was able to successfully complete my semester abroad during this time and I was able to find a second home for the time I spend in Prague. Many thanks for the opportunity and the good accommodation.