Photogallery: CZ, Prague - Walk in the Botanical Garden
CZ, Prague - Walk in the Botanical Garden
heading (paragraph): Nature
No. of pictures: 43 pictures
There are many beautiful places around in Prague. The botanical garden in Troja on Vltava's right bank is one of such places. Once you enter it you find yourselves in the world of tropical forests in Fata Morgana greenhouse, or in Japanese garden which holds many bonsais, or in the word lof wine of St Klara. The garden with its many lures is all year round open. Today you can get some taste of it in our photogallery.
Text and photos: Oskár Mažgút
The third day of Christmas is St. Stephen's Day. There was a lot of carols in the Czech Republic and many children still go to the carol. He is not a master of Stephen and he means that workers are given temporary freedom, settling annual bills and paying rewards. Even if we were strict for ourselves all year long, today we can indulge in ourselves. So it is time to have breakfast and go for a walk.
Prague-Zbraslav managed to revitalize a wooded hillside a few years ago between residential construction, which was far from the park. Today it rightly boasts the name of the Belveder Forest Park. And as the name belveder suggests, it is a scenic point.
Liben is a traditional Prague district. It is located for the most part in the city district of Prague 8, a smaller part in the eastern cadastre of Prague 9. Formerly industrial Libeň is located to a small extent in Prague 7. Libeň was annexed to Prague as the last suburb, in 1901 before the establishment of Czechoslovakia .
Although the five comic boys called Fast Arrows are now closer to a generation of grandparents and parents, the adventures from the workshop of the writer Jaroslav Foglar still remain in our memories. To mark the 80th anniversary of Quick Arrows, rychlesipy.org has created a unique outdoor game in the very center of Prague. Until March 14, 2021, a lot of interesting tasks await you in Stínady and its surroundings at 25 locations, where you can also compete for prizes. Just download the map and notebook from the rychlesipy.org website and embark on an adventure with the whole family, which perhaps requires only comfortable shoes, warm clothes and a good mood.
The Kinský Garden in Prague is a slightly neglected part of the gardens and parks on Petřín. The English park surrounding the summer house benefits from the hilly terrain and offers many romantic nooks and beautiful views of the capital.
The forest-park on the south-eastern edge of Prague, founded at the beginning of the 18th century as a part of the Milíčov Court, is perfect for a walk on a hot summer day. The paths take you to relaxation areas, a children's playground or ponds where people can swim. However, bathing dogs is prohibited.
The Chuchelský háj nature trail passes through the nature reserve above Prague's Chuchle, which connects to the Barrandovské skály nature trail. It will take you along a yellow tourist and at the same time cycling asphalt road, mostly through deciduous vegetation from Velká to Malá Chuchle, or vice versa. The biggest attraction, especially for children, is the local zoo.
Who would have thought that before the great flood in 2002 and a few years later would become one of Prague's most luxurious neighborhoods? Today, there is are great cafes, bistors and restaurants one next to another. The houses have been beautifully repaired and the streets are always full of life. You will easily think that you walk along some beautiful boulevard in France.
Drahanske Valley connects city district of Prague 8 – Dolni Chabry with the left bank of the Vltava river. To walkers it offers many places to enjoy, to bikers pretty tricky route.
In Jerusalem street, an inconspicuous street from Jindrisska tower in Prague, is hiding a gem among Prague's buildings - the Jerusalem or als the Jubilee Synagogue. Witnesses may know it as the Great Synagogue.
Everyone has been in the Troja Zoo. And everyone who has been there likes to return. Not only Czechs, however. There are many foreigners enchanted by this place on the Vltava bank as well.
The most expensive street in the Czech Republic, with no doubts. You can guess it from reading signs on this avenue connecting Letna and lively Old Town Square.
A place of work or friendly meetings. A place you can do sports and a place with a magnificent view of Prague. This is Letna.
Hopefully the last snow of this winter fell but it created a wonderful atmosphere around the observatory in Ďáblice located on a hill called Na vyhlídce in Ďáblický háj. The observatory is small but enchanting with antiquity of its furnishing such as it’s the First Republic telescopes.
Together with Hradcany, Charles Bridge and Male Mesto, the Old Town of Prague is one of the iconic places in the city which is popular all around the world. The history of this part of the city dates back to the 9th century, the world-famous town hall was established in 1338 as the first one of its kind in Bohemia. Let's go together to the most famous places and hidden nooks.
No matter what the current weather is, Kampa and Charles Bridge are still overflowed with tourists. Including the day when the temperature fell to minus 3 degrees and it was occasionally snowing. This place hidden under the Charles Bridge offers thousands of different views. Kampa is simply beautiful in every season of year.
This time we take a walk into the streets of Prague. We will omit the main landmarks on purpose. Our goal is to see places with for distinct atmosphere of their own, places that you will love.
There are many amazing sights, squares and nooks in Prague. Today, we take you to Holesovice borrough which many know mostly for Vystaviste exhibition ground. However, today we take a look at Veletrzni palac.
Prague - the capital of the Czech Republic . It is home to many amazing sights, divine cuisine, even better bear and amazing treks into nature. Today, we take a look at one of its precious nature nooks - Kunraticky Les.
We have already told you about our roaming through Prokopske and Dalejske valleys. Today we take you into another green oasis of the Czech Republic’s capital. We visit Troja, a neighborhood with multiple tourist attractions.
Once we saw all that is around the tower we moved inside. We also took a glimpse at 10 huge sculptures of crawling babies (so-called Mimina Babies). These were fixed on the tower in the year 2000.
Our journey across Czech Republic’s popular as well as less frequented spots we move to Prague. One of her most distinctive sights is the Zizkov TV Tower.
This time we are not going to admire Prague's historical sights. Our goal is nature and the area surrounding Prokopske and Dalejske valleys.
Few weeks ago we have visited the capital of the Czech Republic, Prague. During our walks in streets of hundred towers, visits to various museums and landmarks or tasting good wine we decided to visit a water world. It’s a relative new sight in the beautiful metropolis.
On the southeastern outskirts of Prague, at the end of the housing estate, where you would not ex...
The Zbraslav hillside, which divides Zbraslav into upper and lower, has been covered by wild natu...
We are taking to Prague for a walk today. We won’t dwell in the historical district, nor are we g...
Lets enjoy, at least on photographs, famous place that was a residence of Czech rulers and is kno...
The Zoo in Troja is an ideal place for a walk with children. Beautiful animal houses interconnect...
Discover with us the magical water world, located at the Exhibition Grounds in Holesovice in the ...
When Prague is covered by powder snow and lit by sun in noon...
Photo: Daniel Babický
Prague Botanical Garden is open all year round. The area is situated at south slope of former Tro...
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The district of Karlin, Prague in 2002 was severely hit by the flood, and today it is one of the ...
The Old Town of Prague is known at least at photos almost all over the world. The most famous is,...
Drahanske valley is one of the most romantic places in Prague. Its bottom part is called gorge. I...
The Zoo in Troja, Prague, is one of the most beautiful in the world. Everyday, thousands of visit...
Malostranske square is part of the royal road that leads from Prasna Gate to the Prague Castle. S...
The most expensive street in Prague and even in Europe. That is Parizska. The very first butique ...
Letna is part of Prague 7 municipal district. Many tourists and Pragers think of Letna only as ab...
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You have literary a unique opportunity to see an empty National Museum in Prague, which currently...
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The Czechs, who are able due to because of the "little beer fest - day of the Ram" in the Velké P...