Prague Cherry Blossom Photoshoot
Spring is arriving to Prague. Flowering trees are now on the way to full bloom. It is a great time to take photos with beautiful colours in the nature. Here there are some places we suggest for the bossom trees Petrin Hill, Vojan Gardens, Havlickovy Sady, Stramovka and Letna Park.
How Long Does the Blossom Tree Photoshoot takes in Prague?
It depends on the tour it can take 1 hour to up to 6 hours. We can visit several historical and beautiful gardens with the view points in Prague. If you want we can have the Historical places & Blooming Trees tour at the same time. Please contact for more detail blossom photoshoot in Prague.
Where To Find The Best Cheery Blossom & Rose Garden in Prague
The best place to all around of Prague. We walk through this areas with so many orchards and historical Baroque Gardens. As we have mentioned up of th page *Petrin, *Vojan Gardens, *Havlickovy Sady, *Stramovka and Letna one of the best spots near by Prague center.
When is the best time for Blooming trees photoshoot
The best time to photograph cherry, apple, pear blossoms fields is at sunrise or sunset, in my opinion. The light is soft and diffused in the morning, or rich in the evenings. The sun is low enough in the sky to not so crazy long shadows down the orchards or make splotchy patches of light, which can be really hard to shoot around since the trees are tall.
Prague The Vrtbovska (Vrtba) Garden is a unique landscape architectural gem, openned to visit for visitors. It’s one of four Baroque gardens in Prague (Lobkowicka, Vratislavska and Schoenberska). Together with three other Baroque gardens (Vratislav, Schönborn and Lobkowicz), the Vrtba Garden is situated on the slope of Petřín Hill and is one of the most precious and beautiful of Prague’s Baroque gardens. The creation of this magnificent palace garden is associated with the construction boom around 1720.
Italian style terrace garden was built by the Vrtbovsky palace in 1715-1720 for Jan Joseph. The highest chancelor of Prague Castle.
2020 Vrtba Garden Entrance & Opening Time / Hours and Prices
Vrtba is one of the private Baroque garden in Prague. It will be open April 2020. It’s open from morning 10am to till 17.00pm.
- Adult: 80CZK
- Student: 70 CZK
- Family: 350CZK
Petrin Park History & Photography Places
The name Petrin – Petřínská rozhledna (Petrin Tower) the hill know as Petřín used to have different names in the past. First it was called Hora (Mountain), Kopec (Hill) or St. Lawrence Hill according to the church on its top. The name Petřín was derived from the mountainous surface of the hill. There used to be so-called Petřín quarries and due to the many rocks (“petrae” in Latin) it was later called Petřín.
Roman Quarries at Petrin Shaped the Buildings of Prague
The first quarries started to occur in the Petřín territory In the Romanesque period. The stone called opuka (aranaceous marlstone) was later used as building material for a great number of Prague houses. Before opuka started to be mined here Petřín had been completely covered by trees.
Dark side Of Petrin
There used to be a significant gallows close to the the present St. Lawrence Church in the past. Not just common criminals were executed here but even people convicted for political reasons. When the representatives of the Přemyslid dynasty massacred the Slavníkovec family in Libice in 995, they slaughtered some of them right on the Petřín gallows. After the Hunger Wall had been built in the Gothic period this place of execution was cancelled. The executions took place behind the town fortifications or on Šibeniční vrch (Gallows Hill).
When the Hunger Wall was finished based on the command of Charles IV some handicraftsmen had to move to its neighbourhood. These handicrafts were basically very disturbing for other people – blacksmiths, kettlesmith, coopers and many more. During this period extensive vineyards were founded on Petřín.
Merriage Proposal at Petrin Park
Sight Seeing at Petrin
- Colourful garden of Petrin
- Petřín lookout tower
- Petřín funicular
- Hunger Wall
- Mirror Maze
- Rose Garden
- Štefánik’s Observatory
- Strahov Stadium
- St Lawrence Cathedral
- St. Michael the Archangel Church (wooden church from the second half of the 17th century in Boyko style, transferred from Subcarpathian Ruthenia in 1929)
- Memorial to the Victims of Communism
History of Divoka Sarka Park
Around the 6th century the Slavs came to this area. In the 7th to 9th centuries was above the Džbán gorge a Slavic settlement, with an area of approximately 20 ha (3 ha fortified settlement).
A gorge in the area is named after the female warrior Šárka, who, according to Ancient Bohemian Legends, threw herself to her death from its cliffs after betraying her lover Ctirad during the Maidens’ War.
Photos From Divoka Sarka Prague
In that park still the black woodpecker lives.
There is a lake Džbán (The Pitcher) on the border of the Divoká Šárka reserve area and a public swimming pool located in the middle of the reserver. The water of the pool is supplied by clean and fresh water from the Šárka spring creek that passes through the park and the lake.
Where is Divoka Sarka Park?
Are you looking for best photography places? Here is the route for Prague Historical Places. It depends on your enjoyment on the way to the route it can take a round 3-5 hours to finish and see everywhere which pinned on the map.
If you just enjoy at that place and have some photos with them please contact me here!
Letná Park (in Czech Letenské sady) is a large park on Letná hill, built on a plateau above steep embankments along the Vltava River in Prague, Czech Republic. Letná’s elevation and location afford commanding views of the Prague Old Town (Staré Město).
History of Letna
In 1955, a large monument to Joseph Stalin was build at the edge of Letná Park. After 7 years later this statue was destroyed (1962) and the Prague Metronome now occupies the site.
During the Velvet Revolution, a plain next to the Letná Park (Letenská pláň) was the site of some important demonstrations against the Communist government. On the 25th and 26 November 1989 approximately 750,000 people protested in here. These protests were followed by a general nationwide strike on 27 November 1989.