Belgická street is located in a quiet part of Prague 2 - Vinohrady. The whole area is a space in which diverse European traditions influence each other, creating a dynamic atmosphere.

A variety of shopping venues and multiple cultural activities in this area, combined with great public transportation, make Belgická Residences an ideal place for those looking for stylish living in the city center.

The Area

The area around Belgická street features a variety of excellent services, ranging from shops to dining locations. Neo-Renaissance Vinohrady Pavilion is just one example of this and offers a stylish place for ordinary shopping, as well as an ideal spot to enjoy a cup of coffee in the afternoon.  There are also many quality restaurants and clubs, all within walking distance from the residence.


Belgická Residences are located a few dozen meters from the line A metrostation Naměstí Míru. From here, it takes only a few minutes to get downtown or to transfer onto the B and C metro lines, which connect the area’s residents to other parts of the city. The tram stations Naměstí Míru (lines 4, 10, 16, 22), Bruselská (lines 6, 11) and the bus stop line No. 135 link the area to all parts of Prague.

Also, the nearby transport hub I.P. Pavlova, and the Legerova and Sokolská streets connect the area with major highways leading to all corners of the Czech Republic.


The area around Belgická street offers many civic amenities of great quality. The municipal authorities for Prague 2, a post office, multiple pharmacies and schools, as well as Prague’s Municipal Library, are all within walking distance from the residence.

The Náměstí Míru square, located only minutes away, boasts the majestic church of St. Ludmila, an excellent example of Neo-Gothic architecture in Prague. The square is also a venue for many traditional markets, as well as various other events that change along with the seasons of the year. Vinohrady also offers two beautiful parks, Riegrovy and Havlíčkovy sady, both which offer a great environment for sport and relaxation. A full range of amenities is then completed by primary and secondary schools, high schools and kindergartens.

Elementary School of Arts
We are four subject school - music, art, dance and literary-dramatic subjects. Our main focus is on music where there are 600 students. The arts have 102 students, dance 60 and the literary-drammatic cca 40 students.
Vinohradská Business Academy and School of Economics with Focus on Sports
The study is suitable for students with an interest in economics, sport and languages. The school provides conditions for students taking part in sport at a top level but also students who do sports just for fun. The school prepares students for commercial business and management activities, including the focus on international cooperation. Therefore, the emphasis is on economic subjects and foreign languages.
Jan Masaryk Elementary School
Elementary school in Prague 2, Jana Masaryka 21 in a quiet street in Vinohrady. It has 9 years, divided into I. and II. degree. Classes are held according to the school curriculum Fountain (Study and new friends) from 1. 9. 2007. We teach English as the main foreign language, German as a second language. We organize sightseeing and educational tours abroad.
Gymnasium Sázavská
Gymnázium Sázavská is four and eight year study on a private gymnasium with the status of School of Education at Charles University at Prague's Vinohrady. The school educational program "raising higher, seeing further" emphasizes the development of knowledge, competencies and skills, foreign languages, project teaching and computer literacy.
Havlíčkovy Sady Park
Havlíčkovy sady Park or Gröbovka or Grébovka, is an English type park in Prague 2 Vinohrady, near Vršovice Nusle. In the north it is bounded by U Havlíčkových sadů street and Rybalkova street and by the Botič creek on the south. The Park was built between 1871-1888 around the villa, which was built by the Prague industrialist Moritz Gröbe, partner of Lanna and Sebek.
General University Hospital Karlovo náměstí
General University Hospital in Prague provides basic, specialized, nursing, outpatient and diagnostic care to children and adults in all essential fields. It also provides comprehensive pharmaceutical care, including high-tech preparation of cytostatics or sterile medicinal products.