Green Spaces

Wallenstein Gardens:

Meander through this tranquil, baroque-style garden, get to know some peacocks and take a look at the unique “drip wall” at the other end of the garden.

Petřín Hill:

Take the funicular up the hill for picturesque views from Prague’s “Eiffel Tower” or to get lost in the labyrinth! The prime spot for sledding in the winter or a fine place to picnic in summer.


Home of the Giant Metronome, skateboarding teenagers and a sweet beer garden overlooking the Vltava and Prague’s rooftops.

Stromovka Park:

Once the hunting grounds of Rudolf II, great for picnicking, biking and relaxing.

Riegrovy Sady:

A local favourite in warm weather for picnics or drinks in their popular beer garden.

Parukářka Park:

Parukářka was originally the site of a vineyard founded in the 14th century by Emperor Charles IV. The vineyard estate was bought in the 19th century by renowned Prague wigmaker  Jan Hrabánek, and the Sellier & Bellot arms factory owned by two French entrepreneurs also stood here. Today locals head to Parukářka for peaceful walks, picnics and spectacular views of the city centre.


Havlíčkovy Sady:

This park, inspired by the Italian Renaissance, has fountains and water cascades, lakes, pavilions, statues and a charming grotto, as well as a unique view of the city. The charming Vineyard Gazebo surrounded by large vineyards and the Grébovka Pavilion garden café, with its unique replica of the original historic bowling alley from the 1870s, offer pleasant places to sit.