To know Prague means to love Prague
The hotel is situated in the peaceful diplomatic district, right next to the historic city centre and its attractions. Immerse yourself in the Golden City, the City of 100 Spires, the Venice on the Vltava River. And decide for yourself which of those descriptions best suits this unique city.
The exact location
Are you travelling by public transport? By car? The good news is that, your journey will be straightforward and comfortable. Everyone needs a little downtime ... not only does The Roof Terrace offer an amazing panoramic view of Prague Castle, but it's within walking distance too! In the evening, take a gentle stroll over the famous Charles Bridge through the historic Golden City of Prague - an absolute must for every visitor.
Whisk yourself away into the posh times of the First Republic (1918-1938) and the lifestyles of Prague’s elite. Hanspaulka is a living proof of a lavish style, modern architecture and Functionalism between the Wars. It is an area full of imposing villas and unique atmosphere. Enjoy a stroll through this hidden part of Prague-Dejvice and feel like a classy movie star from the 30's.Book now
Václav Havel Bench
Two chairs and a table around the trunk of a linden tree, national tree of the Czech Republic, design symbolizing "Democratic Debate". A memorial place dedicated to the first president of the Czech Republic and great man, Václav Havel. The table has his Quote 'truth and love shall prevail over lies and hatred' inscribed along its rim. Stop by and take a short break here, think back on the life and legacy of this unforgettable man and his part in Czech and international history.Book now
Radlická kulturní sportovna
Feel like a local where the community rocks! Come and enjoy the real summer vibes in the Prague city center. Industrial space in Radlická street equipped by IKEA, just several steps from Vienna House comes to life and offers an open-air cinema, music, dance and other cultural programs during the whole summer. Sit and relax with refreshment from various food trucks or café Kavárna, co hledá jméno, the hidden cafe nearby.Book now
Historical tram tour
Just a limited time in the Golden city? Do not want to walk in the freezing weather? Experience the winter Prague aboard the historical tram. You can look forward to the new 50 min sightseeing vintage tour and you will see more than 35 top landmarks including Charles bridge, Prague Castle, National theatre, the Dancing house.Book now
Opening hours: Tour once a day
Spectacular statue of Kafka
The 42 mobile tiers of this eleven-metre-tall sculpture align to form the face of the famous Czech writer Franz Kafka. This 39-ton bust by artist David Černý dates from November 2014 and stands just by the Quadrio business centre, directly above the Národní třída metro station.Book now
The legendary pub circus
Forceful and funny, powerful and poetic, La Putyka explores Czech pub culture through glazed eyes and a beery breath... This energising, intensely vibrant spectacle fuses acrobatics, dance, theatre, puppet plays and live music into an award-winning original contemporary circus.
More information: www.laputyka.cz
PRAGUE CONNECTS PEOPLE
The Charles Bridge in Prague spans the Vltava River and is amongst the oldest stone bridges in Europe. Open only to pedestrians, the bridge connects the two city districts of Malá Strana and Staré Mesto. Stroll across the bridge and experience the lively bustle of street musicians, art and souvenir hawkers and tourists. Catching sunrise on the bridge is a memorable experience.
The Old Town Square is an ideal starting point for many sights and attractions. This central square, surrounded by picturesque facades, is a lively spot by day and by night. And its numerous cafés offer a vantage point for watching the world go by. Marvel at the Town Hall with its Astronomical Clock, the Týn Church and the House at the Stone Bell.
THE LUSTRE OF PRAGUE
Golden Lane is Prague's most famous street. It is located within the complex of Prague Castle. It is here that alchemists of times past tried to transform metal into gold and create the philosopher's stone. The street was also home to writer Franz Kafka for two years. Even today, Prague Castle is still the political and cultural hub of city life.
CHEERS TO PRAGUE
A veritable El Dorado for beer lovers, Prague has 28 breweries, countless bars, pubs and beer-oriented restaurants. Numerous bars and restaurants offer beer tastings; there are beer dispensing courses, brewery tours and even a beer museum. Na zdraví! (as the locals say)
To see Prague from the water why not take a tour by kayak? Starting at Cisarka louka island, the tour heads downstream towards the city centre. Or try your hand at stand-up paddleboarding. Either way, it's an experience you'll never forget.
National museum's dome
The newly redesigned National Museum at Wenceslas’s Square in Prague is full of many interactive exhibitions. Explore the hidden gem at the top, a recently open dome, technically a cupola that offers a panoramic landscape of the historical center. Enjoy the magnificent views to Prague and the Castle!Book now
Open daily 10:00 – 18:00
- From the main railway station:
The easiest way is to take the nr. 26 tram towards Divoká Šárka and alight at Dejvická.
(Journey time: approx. 20 mins. Fare: approx. EUR 1*)
Plan your journey by train.
*Price quoted is for guidance only.
- From Prague Václav Havel Airport:
Take the nr. 119 bus (the bus stop is located directly in front of Terminals 1 and 2) to Nádraží Veleslavín. Change here and take the Line A underground train in the direction of Depo Hostivař. Alight at Dejvická.
(Journey time: approx. 30 mins. Fare: approx. EUR 1*)
Plan your journey by plane.
*Price quoted is for guidance only.
- From Vaclav Havel Airport Prague:
Leave the airport on Aviatická and after 1 km take a slight right onto Lipská. Drive for 2 km and then take the exit toward “Praha-centrum/Ruzyně”. Turn right onto K Letišti. Continue on Evropská for 6.5 km. The Diplomat Hotel will be on the right.
- From Dresden/Berlin:
Take highway D8 to Liberecká in Prague, then continue on Liberecká and Argentinská streets. Argentinská turns slightly right and becomes Za Viaduktem. Continue along the riverside for 1 km and then turn right into Letenský Tunnel. Continue straight onto Korunovační and then continue onto Pod kaštany. Pod kaštany turns slightly right and becomes Jaselská. Jaselská turns right and becomes Československé armády. At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit in the direction of the airport. The Diplomat Hotel is situated approx. 100 m after the roundabout on the left.
- From Nuremberg/Pilsen:
Follow highway D5 to Prague and take exit 1 to merge onto Pražský okruh toward “Chomutov”. Continue on Pražský okruh for about 6 km, then take exit 28 toward “Praha-Dejvice”. Turn left onto K Letišti. Continue on Evropská for 6.5 km. The Diplomat Hotel is situated approx. 100 m after the roundabout on the left.
- From Vienna/Brno:
Follow highway D1 to Prag and exit onto 5. května. Merge onto Jižní spojka and follow this highway for 5.7 km to Barrandov Bridge. Then continue in the direction of Karlovy Vary. After 11.5 km, take the Střešovice exit. Continue on Patočkova and turn left onto Svatovítská. At the roundabout, take the 3rd exit in the direction of the airport. The Diplomat Hotel is situated approx. 100 m after the roundabout on the left.
For your convenience, please use the following GPS coordinates: N 50°6′0.763” E 14°23′23.809” or the hotel’s address: Evropská 15, 160 41 Prague 6.
The Vienna House Diplomat Prague has 140 parking spaces available. Underground parking 700 CZK per day (approx. 30 EUR), outdoor parking 200 CZK (approx. 8 EUR).
Via personal transfer
For a stress-free journey to or from the hotel, ask the staff to organise a personal transfer for you.
- Nearest underground station Dejvicka: 100 m
- Prague Castle: 1.6 km
- City centre: 4 km
- National Theatre: 3.6 km
- Main railway station: 4.5 km
- Congress centre: 6.3 km
- Václav Havel Airport Prague: 11 km
Lat: 50.099758 | Lon: 14.389732