The Hagibor project is located on the border of the Vinohrady, Strašnice and Žižkov districts, steps from the Želivského metro station. This quiet but well-accessible part of Prague is adjacent to the bustling Vinohradská Avenue while retaining an air of peace and privacy in the middle of nature in the embrace of thousands of trees.

Map of Prague and Hagibor
Mapa Hagiboru


Hagibor is easily accessible by various means of transport. Thanks to its location at a transport hub, you can quickly get around Prague by metro, tram and bus. By metro, it's six minutes to the city center. The nearby intersection of Vinohradská Avenue and Jana Želivského Street provides access to all directions around Prague and outside the city by car, which will be facilitated even more in the future by the planned eastern part of the city ring road.

  • 5 0  min Atrium Flora shopping center
  • 15 0  min connection to D1, D4, D8 and D11
  • minutes and nerves saved
  • 0 min stop Vinohradské hřbitovy
  • 2 0  min Želivského metro station
  • 10 0  min Wenceslas Square


Vinohradská Avenue, one of Prague's main thoroughfares, connects Hagibor with the city center. But it’s much more than a transport connection. Countless shops, dining establishments, and services are located along this street, all conveniently accessible by foot and by tram.


The central promenade leads from the Želivského metro station through the heart of Hagibor and offers dining opportunities as well as practical shopping and services. The promenade with adjacent restaurants and cafes extending into the public space will create an ideal networking environment in which professionals from various fields will be able to meet and make useful contacts.