Prague Gardens

Havlíčkovy sady (Grebovka) Garden Prague

The historical vineyard “Grébovka” is what remains of the extensive vineyards founded by Charles IV in the 14th century, at which time they covered the entirety of today’s Havlíčkovy sady park. Nowadays we find ourselves enjoying the distinctive blend of a city park and the memorable token remnant of former vineyards.    

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Spring Blossom Couple Photoshoot in Prague

I love the feeling of Spring in Prague. It’s incredible how one season can be so unique and special; it almost feels like a whole new place! The city is covered with pink blossoms everywhere, giving off this amazing vibe that I’ve never felt before. And then there are those cherry blossom trees around Troja–they’re […]

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Troja Palace Prague

The suburb of Troja, across the river to the north of Holešovice and Bubeneč, still has a distinctly village feel to it. Its most celebrated sight is Prague’s Baroque chateau & garden. Perfectly situated against a hilly backdrop of vine yards. Troja’s other attraction is the city’s enormously popular zoo area. It’s also great place […]

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Petřín Hill’s Hidden Church (Orthodox & Wooden)

Church of the Archangel Michael at Petřín (Chrám sv. archanděla Michaela na Petříně) This small Orthodox church (wooden) with a shingled roof, situated in the Kinsky Gardens (Just Near Petrin), is a typical folk wooden log building from Subcarpathian Russia of the 18th century, today Zakarpatí in Ukraine. It was moved to Prague from Medvedovce near Mukachevo, […]

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One of Prague’s Hospital Hosting Beautiful Mouflons

If you are looking for interesting park experience in Prague here you go! You can see those wild animals in Prague’s Thomayerova Hospital garden!

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Waldstein Garden (Valdštejnská zahrada)

This strictly geometrically designed early Prague Baroque garden. It was created in parallel with the construction of the Wallenstein(Waldstein) Palace from 1623 to 1629. At first sight, one’s eyes are drawn to the massive sala pavilion, which at the time of its construction was unprecedented, and an artificial cave with stalactites (grotto). Photos From the Beutiful Baroque […]

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Stromovka Park

Stromovka is  Royal deer-park, better known as the Stromovka, Prague’s largest park. This roughly 100 hectare (250 acre) site is open every day to a whole visitors. It has beautiful playground, lakes, swans, ducks, squirrels etc. History of Prague Stromovka Park The most beautiful Stromovka park building is Šlechtova restaurant, originally the Royal Hall from […]

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Obora Hvězda (Star Shape Building & Hunting Area)

This large park, with three majestic tree-lined avenues that served as entertainment and hunting for Renaissance aristocracy, is today a place where you go for walks with the dogs to relax, jog, ride a bike, ski or play on the playground with your kids/family. The area has maintained its atmosphere, thanks in part of the […]

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Prague Vysehrad Garden Photoshoot & Tour

Vysehrad Garden is one of the best garden in Prague. An oasis of tranquillity and beautiful walks offers not only romantic nooks and vistas of the Vltava River and Prague Castle and a look back at recent history and profound, reverent remembrance of Czech greats, but also offers a children’s playground and several cafés and […]

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