Riegrovy sady


Vinohrady’s largest and prettiest park was designed as a classic English garden in the 19th century, and it’s still a good place to put down a blanket and chill out. The bluff towards the back of the park affords photo-ops of Prague Castle.

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1. Prague Main Train Station

0.33 MILES

What, a railway station as a tourist attraction? Perhaps not all of it, but it's certainly worth heading to the top floor for a look at the newly…

2. Hunt Kastner

0.34 MILES

This small gallery highlights some of the best up-and-coming Czech artists working in the visual arts, including painting, photography and video. The…

3. National Museum New Building

0.42 MILES

In 2009 the National Museum expanded into the ugly building next door. This so-called New Building now hosts changing exhibitions on various historical,…

5. TV Tower

0.44 MILES

Prague’s tallest landmark – and depending on your tastes, either its ugliest or its most futuristic feature – is the 216m-tall TV Tower, erected between…

6. Miminka (David Černý Sculpture)

0.44 MILES

Perhaps David Černý's most famous public artwork is the 10 giant crawling babies with slots for faces that appear to be exploring the outside of the TV…

7. National Museum

0.47 MILES

Looming above Wenceslas Square is the neo-Renaissance bulk of the National Museum, designed in the 1880s by Josef Schulz as an architectural symbol of the…

8. Jan Palach Memorial

0.48 MILES

In January 1969 university student Jan Palach set fire to himself in front of the National Museum to protest against the Soviet-led invasion of…