Tag: "Prague´s gardens and parks"

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Rieger Gardens

18. 4. 2017

Rieger Gardens in Prague 3

If you are looking for a place to rest in Prague 3, to relax and gain new energy for more wandering in this part of Prague, then Riegrovy sady (Rieger Gardens) are the right choice. These Vinohrady gardens, called after a noted Czech politician, rank by right among the most popular places. » More »

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16. 4. 2017

Parukářka Park and Holy Cross Hill

Žižkov is not just a place of high houses, shopping centers, bars or restaurants. It has a lot to offer to the lovers of nature which is common for this part of Prague. Vrch svatého Kříže (Holy Cross Hill), rather familiar under the name Parukářka, is its good prove. » More »

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10. 4. 2017

Prague Castle – Production gardens (also Lumbe garden)

Many of us would would like to know where the flowers for the castle receptions come from. These flowers come from the castle´s own production gardens (also Lumbe garden). The gardens are located next to the Riding Hall and they offer many curiosities including the presidential residence or Masaryk´s beehive. » More »

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10. 4. 2017

Prague Castle – Stag Moat

Jelení příkop (Stag Moat) where the stream Brusnice flows has always been natural defence of the Prague Castle.  In the 17th century deer were let out in here and during the 1st Republic period even bears were kept here. Today, there is a pleasant romantic footpath lined by sights and statues here. » More »

10. 4. 2016

Chotkovy sady – the first public garden in Prague

Chotkovy sady (eng: Chotek Gardens) -the first public park is situated close to Prague Castle and the Royal Garden. The park has a total area making 3,7 hectars and ranks among the less extensive ones. Despite its small size it has its own atmosphere and looks rather mysterious. » More »

10. 4. 2016

Botanic Garden in Prague Troja

You will find places in Prague that will surprise you by their beauty and diversity. Botanic Garden in Prague – Troja is definitely one of them. You will find here a tropical greenhouse with exotic plants, open air expositions divided into Japanese Garden, wetlands, Ornamental Garden, North American prairie etc. Everybody will certainly find their cup of tea here. » More »

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3. 4. 2016

Petrin Hill – Kinský Garden – recommended trip

The newly reconstructed Kinský Garden offers beautiful experience. The garden contains many maintained tracks and paths. In this article you will explore a track with plenty of interesting attractions and sights. For instance: the funicular, sandstone rocks, pools, waterfalls, down-running stairs and also a playground.

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30. 3. 2016

Seminary Garden – Petrin Hill in Prague

The Seminary Garden(czech: Seminářská zahrada) which is from one side defined by a funicular and from the other side by a dwarf wall of the Lobkowitz and Schönborn gardens offers beautiful views of the Lesser Town and Old Town. The garden is a former vineyard and orchard and used to be closed to the public. Nowadays is is entirely opened and calls for gorgeous walks » More »

23. 3. 2016

FREE Pdf Tourist guide PRAGUE CITY LINE – From Petrin Hill To Prague Castle

Dear friends, this for many the most romantic track in Prague will take you around the most beautiful part of the Prague Petřín Hill, you will not miss the Petřín Lookout Tower, Mirror Maze, Rose Garden or Strahov Monastery. You will pass the places with the most beautiful views and in case of good visibility you will see also the distant surroundings of Prague. » More »

10. 2. 2016

Vojanovy Gardens in Prague

Vojanovy sady (eng: Vojanovy Gardens) rank due its size of 2,5 hectars among the smallest and at the same time nicest and oldest Prague´s gardens. They are located in the very centre of the historical Prague. The gardens are surrounded by a high build-up area of houses and walls which protect them from the city noice and create a completely intimate ambient. The first impression a visitor gets is total silence and peace. Should the visitor have an a priori feeling that it is necessary to see free nature or have an attractive view this impression will pass soon. He/she feels will namely feel perfectly alone in these gardens. » More »

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