“I have known Břevnov since I was very young. We used to walk from Pohořelec to the Monastery and then back up Zeyer’s alley to the Hvězda game reserve to pick violets and lilies of the valley,” wrote the Břevnov patriot and poet Jaroslav Seifert.
The Na Petřinách 7 residential project is located close to the poet’s favorite places, on the street it was named for, which constitutes the border between Petřiny and Břevnov. Declared a town in 1907 by Franz Joseph I., Břevnov today is one of Prague’s most attractive neighborhoods. An area with an abundance of greenery and sports fields, with pockets that feel almost rural, while others very upscale, it is home to unique historical monuments, chief among which is the Benedictine Monastery. The Monastery’s garden, like the nearby Hvězda game reserve, or the elegant Ořechovka neighborhood, are ideal places for the residents of Na Petřinách 7 to go for walks.
The surrounding area features all public amenities, including kindergartens and elementary schools. There are many stores close to the Petřiny metro stop that is a 10-minute walk or one stop away by tram. The metro provides the easiest connection to the city center. The ride to the Můstek stop downtown takes only 13 minutes. The Strahov tunnel can easily be reached by car, and Evropská Street connects to the Prague Ring Road. The airport is a 15-minute ride away.