The construction of Masaryčka will enable the natural movement of people between the center of Prague 1 and the neighboring city districts of Prague 3 - Žižkov and Prague 8 - Karlín. This unique urban regeneration project will turn this large brownfiled area into a vibrant location with perfect accessibility.
The close proximity of Prague's Old Town and the fact that the project is part of a transport hub (railways, metro, trams, close to the inner highway, future connections to Vaclav Havel Airport) make Masaryčka a unique corporate address with a steady flow of locals, businessmen and tourists.
Praha Florenc Metro line B/C
Florenc Business center
Florentinum Metro line B
Republiky Sq. Metro line B
Republiky Sq. Prague
Masaryk Railway Station Prague
Main Station Metro line C
Main Station Metro line A/B
R6 - Carlsbad
D8 Usti n. Labem, Teplice
D3 Ceske Budejovice
Close to everywhere
Masaryčka is the gateway to the center of Prague – not only connecting the Karlín and Žižkov city districts with the city center, but also forming a transport hub for suburban and domestic connections. It is a short distance from Masaryčka anywhere, for example, taking an evening walk through Prague to the newly reconstructed National Museum on Wenceslas Square.
New transport hub
More than 40,000 passengers, usually commuting to Prague for work or education, use the train connections here every day. A significant increase in passenger turnover at Masaryk Railway Station is planned for the future, thanks to the connection Prague - Václav Havel Airport - Kladno. The modernized and partly new route should ensure a fast and convenient connection between the center of Prague, the international airport and Kladno.
Directly on the metro line B
Masaryčka provides an ideal connection by public transport. It is situated directly on the top of vestibule of the ´Náměstí Republiky´ metro station of line B, tram and bus stops. Part of the train connections within Masaryk Railway Station is also suburban transport in the direction of Prague East or West.
Exceptional restaurants and cafes
Do you feel like something special? Take a look around Masaryčka. In addition to the already legendary Manifesto, you will find icons of gastronomy in the nearby La Bodegga Linka, or the smell of Asia in the Sia Restaurant, excellent Italian cuisine in the Amano, or great coffee in the EMA café.
What began as an experiment in gastro-cultural experience is today the world-renowed city market concept called Manifesto, which was built in 2018 at Na Florenci Street. The market cultivates public space and temporarily uses land that is part of the revitalized area of Masaryčka. Gastronomy from all over the world is combined with a cozy, clean design environment and artistic production.
Unlimited variety of flavors
Sunday brunch in a design cafe with the family, Vietnamese soup with fresh vegetables for business lunch, cold beer in a stylish pub with friends after work or just a quick coffee with a crusty croissant before heading to the airport. With its tastes and aromas, Masaryčka will captivate your senses throughout the week.
New life on Masaryčka
Masaryčka continues this tradition with a varied mix of shops, services, restaurants and cafes. The new establishments will breathe life into Na Florenci Street. In the new buildings near the track, retail units of various sizes will be opened with a direct connection to Na Florenci Street, to the platform of the modernized railway station and to the platform above the track.
Shopping and hotels
In Masaryčka, the retail mix will be precisely selected to offer the required services and best experiences to all who spend their time here. Whether you arrive in the area for a business meeting, take the train to the airport with the children or pass by on the way from the theater, you can stop for some shopping in Masaryčka´s stores or in the nearby Palladium or Florentinum, and if you are not local, easily sleep in the luxurious Motel One.