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Pruhonice Park and Castle, classified as part of the Historic Centre of Prague - UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1992, is one of the crown jewels of the Czech Republic's national historical parks and an exceptional example of a European landscape...more
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Together with the castle this may have been our favorite day while visiting the Czech Republic. There were no crowds like at other Prague destinations. There are miles of trails, awesome views, and the castle is majestic!
Visiting Pruhonicky park was really good choice! Our day was sunny so we really enjoyed walking around and observing flowers. My favourite part was Botanická zahrada with many roses, lillys and sun beds!
I recommend to take some food and stay there all day, it...More
I was staying just yards from the park. \i am disabled so went, with my daughter-in-law, in a motorized wheelchair. We hardly touched the surface but covered 5 kilometers. It really is magnificent with tremendous trees, streams and lakes. I wish my mobility were better...More
Beautiful park with stunning views over the lake and the castle. Quiet, hardly anyone. Great even during hot summer days as there are many trees offering a shade. Great for a picnic. Suitable for families with children who can run around and play. The only...More
We visited the park on a beautiful sunny day in April and I would guess this is the best possible time and circumstances to visit. All of the flower were in bloom at the time. The park is huge and you can truly spend the...More
I wasn't intend to visit Pruhonice park but I'm glad I did. Apparently it's one of UNESCO world heritage. Very quiet and pastoral park. You can walk there for hours. There are three routes: basic (1.5-2h), main (3-4h) and long (5-6h). If you are an...More
Great for 2 hours trip or also whole day trip - combination of walking & picnic. Park is huge with free botanic garden. 3 € is the entry per person. Park is near highway from Prague to Brno or Bratislava.
We came to Pruhonice Park more or less by chance and were overwhelmed. This must be the most overlooked sight of Prague and definitely my no. 1 in the region. If you are into nature and landscapes this is the place for you. The 10+...More
The bus stop is called Pruhonice - like the village name - the park is across the road from Hotel?restaurant Paloma which you will see when you get off the bus stop which is opposite Grosetto Pruhonice Restaurant.
Hello, problem being the info is only available on the Czech version of site,You can rent a scooter, you need to put a deposit of 2000 kc down ( the rental is free), but prior to visit first make arrangements via email... More
Hello, problem being the info is only available on the Czech version of site,You can rent a scooter, you need to put a deposit of 2000 kc down ( the rental is free), but prior to visit first make arrangements via email to
email@example.com 2 days prior to visit with time, day of visit, as they only have 2 scooters available.
Hopefully someone there will speak English