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I visited this garden with friends during a recent visit to Prague. The garden was very lovely with a pond with large koi and there are also white peacocks in the garden. It was very relaxing and shady on an otherwise hot day. The area...More
We were recomended to visit the gardens by our tour guide and are happy to pass on his recommendation.
The gardens are formally laid out with lots of statues, ponds and peacocks wanderng around at their leisure
It is a tranquil space where you can...More
There are both white as well as regular peacocks. The garden itself is lovely and well arranged. To the left of the entrance is a very unique type of artisitic wall. To the right of the entrance is a fish filled pond.
This is a lovely spot for a walk. These gardens are fairly formal with lots of statues and a large fountain. You can get great castle views from here. At one end stalactites have been added and there is an eagle owl in residence. We...More
We just happened to come across these beautiful gardens on our way to the Prague castle. The gardens were beautifully landscaped with lots of green shrubs, a pond with fish and some statues. Peacocks were just walking freely around the gardens as were a few...More
Hidden gem in Prague. Home of their Senate. We only had time to walk the gardens. Very beautiful. Peacocks and other birds strolling around. Large carp in the ponds. Nice place to go and relax. Right off the train stop.
Getting there: take a metro and exit on Malostranske Namesti stop (Little Quarter area). As soon as you exit from station do sharp right and go down the cobbled street about 30-40 meters then look at your right and enter through little door. Garden is...More
There are many hidden gardens all over Prague. The Wallenstein Palace Gardens are open to the public at no charge. It is not very well marked; so, it may be a little hard to find. But, it is worth seeking out for a bit of...More
We went to this place as it was on my itinerary and the bonus was my year old was napping in his buggy and it was noon time, hence perfect to sit down and grab something to eat till then.
We went inside and were...More
Response from SophieBWyatt | Reviewed this property |
The gardens are free to walk through every day (not sure about winter). They do close at night. I'm not sure what the hours are, but it would seem that as long as the sun is shining, the gardens are open.