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The area of Prague castle features 6 gardens – Royal garden, Garden on the Terrace of the Riding School (Northern gardens), Garden on the Bastion (Western garden), Paradise Garden, Garden on the Ramparts, Hartig garden (Southern garden), Deer Moat.

Royal garden (Královská zahrada)

Originally Renaissance gardens (1.500 AD) with Royal Summer Residence (Belvedere), the Ball Game Pavillon, the Lion Court, Orangery, some Renaissance and Baroque sculptures and singing fountain.

  Royal garden
Prague castle (Pražský hrad), Praha 1 – Hradčany

Opening hours: April, October  10.00 – 18.00, May, September 10.00 – 19.00, June – July 10.00 – 21.00, August 10.00 – 20.00, November – March - closed

Entrance fee: current fee on the web site

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Web: www.hrad.cz/en/



Parks & Gardens in Prague: Prague is full of beautiful, magnificent gardens, from terraced baroque gardens to small secret ones. The city is also home to many parks, offering a long quite strolls, impressive views of the city or various sport options, such as roller-skating, hiking, skateboarding or biking. Most city parks feature restaurants, cafés, picnic grounds and playgrounds with high-quality play equipment. Prague zoo, one of the city´s premier attractions, is rightfully considered one the world´s best zoos. The botanic garden is an ideal place for both romantic and educational walks in the enchanting nature. Take a break from the hustle and bustle of the city and discover the most relaxing sports in the capital!   
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