You can find the At the Two Owls residence in Korunovační Street, connecting Pod Kaštany Square and Letenské Square. The street’s origins date back to the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries, as the name itself (translating as ‘coronation’) refers to the coronation of Czech kings and thus the legitimacy of Czech statehood. The location is also excellent in terms of public transport: it is just a few minutes from the Sparta and Korunovační tram stops, conveniently located just a 6-min walk away from the building, to get to any metro line (A line/Hradčanská, C line/Vltavská or B line/Palmovka). You can park your car right outside the building or nearby. A few minutes walk from the building there is Stromovka Park, a natural monument also known as the Royal Game Reserve, an English-garden-style large green area. Its area makes the park one of the largest Prague gardens, where everyone can find a way to relax, whether you want to go for a walk, have a picnic at a lake, go cycling or in-line skating, enjoy a meal in a cosy restaurant or play with your children in one of the playgrounds. History lovers will be keen to see the unique Rudolph’s Tunnel built in the 16th century to provide the Royal Game Reserve with a water supply. Another popular recreational area is the second largest park in Prague 7 – Letná Park. With the name originally coined as Leteň, meaning a sunlit hill, the park faces the South and as such was used as a vineyard during the reign of Charles IV. In the 17th and 18th centuries. Following frequent wars in Letná as well as other places then around Prague, the vineyard gradually became dilapidated. The Letná hill was still almost completely empty as late as at the end of the 17th century despite its chestnut alley. Today, however, the park proves to be a recreational area popular not only with the people of Prague, offering breathtaking views of Prague Castle, the Old Town, the Lesser Quarter, the Petřín Hill and many other beauty spots in the Prague city centre. Nearby the building you can find schools, kindergartens, cafés, a stadium and a football centre, a coffee museum, pharmacies and shops as well as the Scarabeus Gallery hosting events such as concerts, art exhibitions or dance and theatre performances.