Petřín Lookout Tower
Below the Petřín Lookout Tower is the Mirror Maze, built for the 1891 Prague Exposition. As well as the maze of distorting mirrors,...
Most of the attractions atop Petřín hill were built in the late 19th to early 20th century, lending the place an old-fashioned, fun-fair...
Quo Vadis (David Černý Sculpture)
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Petřínské sady · interesting places nearby
Petřín Lookout Tower information
The summit of Petřín is topped with this 62m-tall Eiffel Tower lookalike built in 1891 for the Prague Exposition. You can climb its 299 steps for some of the best views in the city – on clear days you can see the forests of Central Bohemia to the southwest. (There’s also a lift.)