Žluté lázně, Podolské nábř. 3/1184, 140 00 Praha 4-Podolí
The Martinický Palace from 1541 was built on the right side of Hradčanské náměstí and on the site of four Gothic burgher houses. It is one of the most beautiful late renaissance monuments in Prague. The palace was owned by Ondřej Teyfl of Kinsdorf and Zeilberk and it did not become Martinický until 1583. Already at this time, the building was raised by one floor, the north wing was added and the main facade was decorated with a red marble slab with the coat of arms of the Martinics. Although the palace received a partially early Baroque appearance, the front sgraffito decoration with biblical and mythological scenes restores its renaissance face. This was further emphasized by the reconstruction carried out between 1967 and 1973 and subsequently also in the 1990s. The large hall is richly decorated and is followed by a chapel with an original ceiling painting which is decorated on the outside with frescoes from the 16th century based on a design by Albrecht Dürer.
If you have to go to the event by car, leave your car in the paid parking lot at Pohořelec. From here you are in the palace in 8 minutes walk down a gentle hill.
In Pohořelec, the visitor "purple" zone is designed for so-called mixed parking. Only people with a valid parking permit (residents and subscribers) for Prague 1 can park here without restrictions. Other motorists (visitors) can park in the purple zone for a maximum of 24 hours, and only after payment in a parking meter or via a virtual parking meter (web application My Prague). The price is 40 CZK / hour. Paid parking is available from Monday to Sunday from 08:00 to 12:00.
Car / taxi pick-up - Gold discount for Rumfest visitors
Together with Modrý anděl, we have prepared advantageous conditions for Rumfest visitors to take your car after the event and to taxi services.
Gold discount from the price list for Taxi, Fix Taxi and Car Pickup. Just enter the password "RUMFEST" when ordering. The code can be used by the Blue Angel mobile application or communicated when ordering by telephone at the dispatch center at +420 737 222 333. The promotion is valid only on 21 May 2022.
The fastest way
Take tram line no. 22 to the station Brusnice and then follow the signs to the Martinický Palace. It takes about 8 minutes.
Enjoy views of Prague and the passage through Prague Castle
If you do not mind a more demanding ascent and you want to combine Rumfest with a walk, take metro A or tram to the Malostranské náměstí stop, where you go to Zámecká Street at the foot of Neruda Street. After about 50 meters, turn left into Thunovská Street, which will take you to the New Castle Stairs, which you will ascend to Hradčanské Square. Enjoy the views of the rooftops of Mala Strana and Prague. The whole route to the Martinický Palace takes about 15 minutes.