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Letna Park, Prague

Categories: Nature & Parks
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4.5/5 based on 650+ reviews on the web
Ride the oldest carousel in Europe at Letna Park, and then look for the marble pedestal with a metronome that used to be the base of a large statue of Stalin. Another notable features is a cast-iron pavilion in Neo-Baroque style built for the 1891 World Fair. The park, built on a plateau above steep riverbanks, offers commanding views of the old town. Look for a plain next to the park; that's where people demonstrated against the communist government during the Velvet Revolution in 1989. Stop for a drink at the beer garden, a shady area with lots of picnic tables and a small playground. Using our online itinerary creator, Prague attractions like Letna Park can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • A great walk coupled with an amazing view, as simple as that. The gardens are vast and green but take a bottle of water with you if you are venturing on foot from town. My suggestion is to make a half...  read more »
  • Letna is a great break from the crowds of tourist, though there still are plenty of them enjoying the park. The views are great and there's a lot of space for walking, resting and enjoying nature 
  • After the hustle and bustle of the city, a quiet retreat with beautiful views on the Hanau Pavillon.Wer would like to entertain himself in the Pavilion can we have not used the offer.
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