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Wallenstein Palace Gardens, Prague

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Take a short breather from your tour of the city with a visit to Wallenstein Palace Gardens, a sprawling Baroque park on the left bank of the Vltava River. The palace, constructed in the early decades of the 17th century, now houses the country's senate and offers only limited access to visitors. The garden is open to the public daily, so you can stroll along its neat pathways or feed the ducks at its picturesque pond. Be sure to visit the "sala terrena," a richly decorated garden pavilion overlooking a fountain and a row of bronze statues representing figures from Greek mythology. Our Prague trip generator makes visiting Wallenstein Palace Gardens and other Prague attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • It is worth going down with the Prague Castle to join in a small gate, and they come out great, well landscaped gardens. You can sit on the benches and a look at the colorful peacocks and fish in the pond.
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  • The gardens are a small break from the bustling city. The visit is free of charge and always worth a visit, we're there at least once every holiday. As today's visitors can guess how it earlier at the wander was. The artificial Grotto is especially beautiful.
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  • Walking down from the castle we came upon Wallenstein Palace Gardens. We walked through looking at the peacocks, the carps and the many sculptures. At the end of the gardens is the aviary with the Eag...  read more »
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