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There are so many parks in Prague, relatively close to the center. You can have your pick. My family lived nearby, so as kids we had a free run and great fun playing in this hilly park.
There are couple of small man made features...More
Very beautiful, with a lovely view of city and a great place to walk your dog. A different thing, that I noticed was, that the park consisted mostly of fruit trees. It is big enough that it doesn't feel crowded, even though there are many...More
We had a lovely walk and and shared the steep winding paths with only a few locals and their dogs. It seems mostly undiscovered by tourists. Opening in the Hunger wall allows you to cross over to Petrin.
Walking up from Smichov level or down...More
I have to admit we didn't actually go into the park itself, but seemed to skim around it and saw it everyday whilst we visited the city, a large hill of beautiful autumnal colours just caught my eye every time I went by.
This is one of a number of gardens making up the Petrin Hill park. It contains two museums, two ornamental ponds, a waterfall (currently undergoing maintenance), and numerous paths that criss-cross their way up the somewhat steep hillside. There is also a small cafe, toilet...More
This park or a garden - zahrada in czech-is to the southeast of Petrin, with the Hunger wall dividing the two parks. You can walk easily from one park to the other entering from the Smichov side at the bottom entrance and climbing up the...More
The park had multiple sightseeing spots and strolling and hiking options for free. At the top of the park there were some activities with a fee. I remember a couple of street performers. There was a museum, an observatory tower, a funicular, and some carnival...More