Botanic garden (Botanická zahrada)

Nádvorní 134, Prague 7 – Troja

Prague botanic garden lies in the north of the city, near the Vltava river and zoo. It features tropical greenhouse, historical vineyard of St. Claire with small chapel, open air expositions, Japanese garden, educational path and children playground. Exotic greenhouse Fata Morgana is unique modern construction in S-shape, which covers the area of 1750 m2 and hosts large variety of greenery and plants.
Read more ...

Chotkovy sady

Chotkovy sady, Prague 1

Chotkovy sady is a small peaceful green oasis located between Letenské sady and Royal garden, right next to Belveder. It offers unforgettable views of the Prague Castle, Vltava river and the Lesser quarter. The most dominant feature of the garden is a memorial to the famous Czech poet Julius Zeyer.

Read more ...

Havlíčkovy sady, Grébovka, Gröbovka

Havlíčkovy sady, Prague 2 (main entrance from Rybalkova street)

It is a large English-style park located in Prague 2, which features, Gröbe villa (beautiful Neo-renaissance building built by industrialist Moritz Gröbe in 1870s), Grotta (an artificial stalactite cave) Pavilon, vineyard and vineyard gazebo and newly-reconstructed children playground. It is ideal place for beautiful walks with some panoramic views or various sport activities.
Read more ...

Kampa Park

Na Kampě, Prague 1

Kampa park is located on the artificial island called Kampa, on the bank of Vltava river. It is a calm oasis in the middle of the city, where people come to relax or play musical instruments. It offers charming views of the National theatre and the Charles bridge. It is also popular setting for markets, concerts, festivals, live shows and various cultural events.
Read more ...

Letenské sady

Letenské sady, Prague 7

This city park is a perfect spot for jogging, skateboarding, roller-skating, walking, meeting friends or organising a picnic among full-grown trees and plants. Its position above the city centre affords impressive views of the Vltava river and the Old town. In the eastern part of the park there is a popular outdoor summer restaurant, where the visitors enjoy great beer, a traditional sausage and cool summer nights.
Read more ...

Malešický park

Malešice - Prague 10, among streets Malešická, U Krbu, Cerhenická, Bydžovského

Malešický park, a true paradise for kids, offers a clean, safe and stimulating environment for children of all ages. It is the kind of park that encourages exploration and imagination and entices parents to play with their kids.


Read more ...

Palace gardens below the Prague Castle (Palácové zahrady)

Valdštejnské náměstí 3, Prague 1

It is a complex of beautiful renaissance and baroque terraced gardens below the Prague Castle, which offers beautiful views of the city. The gardens are named “the Ledeburg garden”, “the Small Pálffy Garden”, “the Large Pálffy Garden”, “the Kolowrat Garden”, “the Fürstenberg Garden“.

Read more ...

Petřín garden

Petřínské sady, Lesser Quarter, Prague 1
 
Petřín is an uphill area situated on the left bank of Vltava river, Little quarter. It is said to be a magic place and many locals associate it with love. It attracts many lovers, who choose it for their romantic walks and dates. Petřín is covered with gardens and greenery. Nebozízek garden features a restaurant with beautiful panoramic view and the statue of Czech Romnaticist poet, Karel Hynek Mácha.
Read more ...

Prague Castle Gardens (Zahrady Pražského Hradu)

Prague castle (Pražský hrad), Praha 1 – Hradčany

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.

Read more ...

Prague zoo (Zoologická zahrada)

U Trojského zámku 3/120, Prague 7

Prague zoo, located in Troja district in the north of the city, is rightfully considered one the world´s best zoos. It gives home to 670 animal species, which comprises about 4.400 animals. Tho zoo is well organised, clean, family-friendly and easily accessible from the city centre by the public transport. It is situated in the beautiful location and offers some beautiful views from the top of the hill.
Read more ...

Průhonice park

Zámek 1, Průhonice

One of the largest (250 ha) and the most beautiful parks in the Czech republic is located about 10 km from the centre of Prague. A 23 km long network of paths throughout the park allows one to explore many exotic plants and trees, ponds, waterfalls, rocks, vast meadows. It is an ideal place for hiking, biking, jogging and relaxing.

Read more ...

Riegrovy sady

Riegrovy sady, Prague 2

This park is located not far away from the city centre, in Vinohrady quarter, Prague 2, and is named after the famous Czech politician F.L. Rieger. It offers splendid view of Prague Castle and Little quarter, large green spaces suitable for various sport activities and children playground. A huge outdoor pub is a popular meeting place of both locals and expats. A large screen enables the broadcasting of various sport events.
Read more ...

Stromovka

Stromovka, Prague 7

Stromovka, the largest city park, was founded in 13th century as a royal hunting grounds of Czech kings and nobles. Nowadays it is a beautiful green oasis of peace, full of trees, meadows, ponds, paths for roller-blading, hiking, biking or walking. It is a perfect place for relaxation, strolls and various sporting activities. There is a Neo-gothic summer house, a planetarium, a former gamekeeper´s lodge, 3 playgrounds, a restaurant, café and a picnic area.
Read more ...

Vyšehrad garden

Vyšehradské sady, Praha 2
 
The old fortress, originally the Medieval castle, Vyšehrad, founded in the second half of the 10thcentury and used as the seat of Bohemian kings, is located on a hill just above the river Vltava, not far away from the town centre. Besides monuments, it offers splendid panoramic views, large green open space for various recreational activities and a quiet, peaceful atmosphere away from the crowds.
Read more ...
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!