Letna Park, Prague
Categories: Nature & Parks
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
Nach dem Trubel in der Stadt ein ruhiger Rückzugsort mit schöner Aussicht am Hanau Pavillon.Wer möchte kann sich im Pavillon bewirten lassen,wir haben das Angebot nicht genutzt.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.show original
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