Stromovka (place of trees) Park is the largest of its kind in the city of Prague. The history of Stromovka dates back to 1268, when Premysl Otakar II used Stromovka as the royal hunting grounds. The park was open to the public in 1804, after Czech nobles saved the grounds from complete demolishment from the reign of Maria Theresa who ordered everything cut and burned. The park is no longer full of deer to hunt; the park now features paths for inline skating, romantic ponds, large meadows, a few cafes, and even horse stables. Stromovka is the perfect place to take a Sunday afternoon stroll with your family and friends.
Stromovka and Nearby Attractions on Map
Charles Bridge(2.2 km)
The Charles Bridge (Karlův Most) connects the Old Town with Lesser Town.
Child Jesus of Prague(2.6 km)
The famous statue of Child Jesus of Prague can be seen in the Church of Our Lady Victorious of Discalced Carmelite Order in Karmelitská Street.
Jan Hus monument(2.1 km)
That striking man standing atop a patina-green metal mountain in the center of Old Town Square is not Jesus, though he resembles him.
Old Town Square(2.1 km)
The Old Town Square is the center of Prague's eventful history, dating back to the 12th century when it started out as the central marketplace.
Wenceslas Square(2.8 km)
Václavské náměstí is a wide boulevard running down from the National Museum and it's crammed with bars, restaurants and casinos.
Petrin Hill(3 km)
This hillside slopes down from the Castle and Strahov Monastery to Mala Strana and Malostranske namesti metro station.
U Medvidku Beer Hall(2.6 km)
Traditional Czech microbrewery and beer hall dating back to 1466.
Neo-Renaissance style music auditorium.
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