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Parks & nature in Prague 2

Building
“Dancing House (Tančící dům) is set in a fine location by the Vltava River in Prague. Its design is unique, and especially striking in the city centre because it is a modern building surrounded by historic architecture. Dancing House was constructed between 1992-1996. It has daring, curvy outlines, which led its architects Vlado Milunc and the American Frank Owen Gehry to initially name it the "Fred and Ginger Building", after the legendary dance duo. The top floor of Dancing House is the only part of the building open to the public, and is home to one of the city's leading restaurants.”
217 locals recommend
Park
“One of the two most beautiful parks in Vinohrady with panoramic views of the historic city center and pleasant garden restaurants.”
289 locals recommend
Park
“The park is relaxed and has a path that winds through it. There are many trees and shady areas to sit under and there are typically a few runners and dog walkers. In the park there is a cafe, a pavilion near the villa and a historical vineyard gazebo, all perfect places to get a coffee or a glass of wine. ”
209 locals recommend
Waterfront
“You can feed swans here - so don't forget to buy bred! Also there are a lot of cafes, bars, life music and other attractions :)”
171 locals recommend
Hockey Rink
“This is a beautiful and large park in the city center, there is a good garden café and a beer garden restaurant where you can watch sports matches. It is the best view of Prague Castle from here. Take a tram 22, or 6 to I.P. Pavlova, then walk.”
103 locals recommend
Garden
“As mentioned above, Franciscan Garden is a great connector between Jungmannovo and Wenceslas Square, which is a good enough reason to come here. The garden is not very large and it is mainly designed for relaxation. You can sit on one of its many benches, eat ice cream that you bought in the adjoining Pasáž Světozor and watch people. There is also a small children's playground with a sand box and swings. ”
75 locals recommend
Bridge
“The 2nd most popular place to visit in Prague...the bridge is one of the classic images of Prague and you simply have to visit! Its only a 10 minute walk approx and offers stunning views of the river and the Prague Castle above.”
33 locals recommend
Plaza
“The park on Karlovo namesti is a nice spot to sit down for a while on your way to the Apt., it's only a minute-walk away!”
17 locals recommend
Waterfront
“Náplavka is a place of farmer´s markets or a meeting place popular by young people. From there you cand take a cruise ride on Vltava river, some boats goes to Troja (castle and zoo) or the other direction. Boat cruises are from April to October. There are party boats with DJ´s, boats with restaurants, or guide tour cruises. Some boats are departing from Čechův most and other places on the river bank too.”
25 locals recommend
Park
“The main square of Vinohrady district and one of the most favorite places in between local :) very calm and just perfect for the rest after crowded city center :) there are a lot of good local restaurants around”
26 locals recommend
Botanical Garden
“Wonderful Botanic garden in the center that you will forget you re in a city! Great experience.”
24 locals recommend
Bay
“A nice stroll next to the river where you can find many boat-bars to enjoy a drink.”
12 locals recommend
Island
“One of the Prague's islands - here you can rent a boat or a peddle boat and have a beautiful ride on Vltava river.”
20 locals recommend
Playground
“Beautiful park, a cultural monument since 1964, the complex consists of English-style park and villas such as Gröbe Villa and Landhauska Villa.”
15 locals recommend
Park
“Havlíčkovy sady is Prague's second largest park and is located directly across from Riegrovy sady (on a map, not physically) on the other side of Vinohrady, at the border with the Vršovice district. Getting There Havlíčkovy sady is about seven blocks south of Náměstí Míru (metro line A). From Náměstí Míru, take tram 4 or 22, get off at Jana Masaryka and walk down Máchova to Rybalkova where you'll find the park's main entrance. You can also get off at Ruská and walk about three blocks west to another one of the park's entrances.”
1 local recommends