Letná Park and Gardens

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To the north of Prague, on the far side of the Vltava river, are the lush Letná Gardens. Providing gorgeous views over the rooftops and famous landmarks of Prague, this is the perfect place to escape the bustle of the city. It’s a peaceful spot to spend an afternoon, with many locals using the area for outdoor activities and recreational pursuits such as walking, running, cycling, and having picnics. An interesting historical feature is the Metronome statue in the centre of the park. It marks the spot where a statue of the former Soviet leader Joseph Stalin was positioned before being destroyed in 1962. Top Tip: There are many stalls selling takeaway cups of beer during the summer and plenty of Octoberfest-style benches to sit on and enjoy the view. Zahradní restaurace Letenský zámeček is one of the best beer gardens, situated amongst rows of trees and with a stunning panorama over the city. Photo Credits: Fernando Lavin on Unsplash
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  • Letenské sady, 170 00 Praha 7-Letná, Czechia
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