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The lookout tower was built for the General Land Centennial Exhibition in 1891 by the initiative of the founders of Czech Tourist Club: Dr. Vilem Kurz and architect Vratislav Pasovsky. Having been inspired by the Paris lookout tower designed by...more
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Visited Prague with my husband for the first time in January. Loved the Petrin Tower as it’s a replica of the Eiffel Tower. We took the elevator up which was worth the small extra fee. The views were amazing. The tower is located in a...More
Petrinska Rozhledna is literally the Petrin Tower and it is located in Petrin Park, a green zone near the center of Prague. It is possible to go out with lift or by walk and from here you can see very nice views of the park,...More
Amazing views from the tower we really enjoyed it and coffee shop at the bottom of the tower was lovely as well and inexpensive.
The hill walking up to the tower was extremely steep so beware only walk up the hill if you are fit...More
A must for the phenomenal view of Prague.
Select a clear sky day.
Entrance: Starting 150CZK you can pay more to use the elevator.
Visit Duration: 30 minutes.
Access: Fenicular Railway, but I recommend to enjoy the walk.
What appears to be a mini version...More
30 min hike up the hill to mini Eiffel Tower ... easy hike ... get to the top and take great pics of the entire city ... fee to climb tower but not necessary unless you want experience having done so! If you do not...More
We wanted to maximise our time spent within the city so decided against walking up the hill and opted for the cable car at Ujezd station. After all, we were trying to broaden our horizons and withstand any attempted endurance test. Maybe not this time...More
We walked to Petřín Tower from the monastery area, and there were some great views on the way. At the Tower itself you can buy a ticket and climb to the top for a great panorama of Prague. There is a lift if you don't...More
Climbing to the top is a good workout and the views of Prague are decent but the fact that you’re stood in a room instead of in the open air when you get there spoils it a little for me.
You can stop halfway up...More
I visited just before closing time, so had a bit of a rushed trip to the top and also back down again. Once at the top, the views over the city were astonishing. Since I visited whilst it was dark, everything was it up. Prague...More
This attraction is an absolute must teenagers, especially the narrow stairs, walking up and down is good fun. Please buy tickets in advance (mass tourism everywhere) in order to avoid the crowds in the afternoon. July may be... More
This attraction is an absolute must teenagers, especially the narrow stairs, walking up and down is good fun. Please buy tickets in advance (mass tourism everywhere) in order to avoid the crowds in the afternoon. July may be hot, consider going there in the morning. Afterwards take a walk through the nice park to Strahov monastery. You will be then behind the Prague castle and can start another lovely walk there.
Hi, I'm not sure if it's open on dec 24, just check online site of Petrin tower..i guess it will be cold coz it was windy even in summer..20- 30mins will be maximum for you to spend up the tower to see everything you want to... More
Hi, I'm not sure if it's open on dec 24, just check online site of Petrin tower..i guess it will be cold coz it was windy even in summer..20- 30mins will be maximum for you to spend up the tower to see everything you want to see and observe and take some pics..besides t it is doesn't have much space to move😉