Climb the steps here and you will arrive at a lookout point with a charming view of Vltava. You will appreciate the beauty of the city from a different angle, compared with the scene at the castle.
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If you are in Old Town and look towards the river, somewhat near the Prague Castle, you might notice a red arm going back and forth, With binoculars, you can see a phone wire with many shoes hanging. Cross the river, strap on your step...More
When I visited, the metronome was working but its nothing special. The view from the platform is spectacular. However, the area around the metronome is the only area of of the park which is rundown and there are graffiti all over the place.
A little disappointing- around a month ago we went to this area and the metronome wasn't there. Walking in the city recently we looked up on the hill and it was there and working! Today we went back and although it was there it wasn't...More
The metronome itself is nothing overly exciting but the history of that platform and area is interesting and will be mentioned on pretty much any tour that sees it. The Stalin statue that was there previous, it's ending and the backstory of the designer of...More
Prague doesn't have many high vantage points to enjoy the view of the city. This is one of those few. Quite a few steps to walk uphill to reach the top but the view is worth it. The metronome is just a curious unique artifact...More
Pražský Metronome, an observation platform and park. In 1991, Vratislav Novák designed and constructed a massive metronome on Letna Hill in Prague. Although the area is better known for its vibrant beer garden overlooking the river, Novák erected a permanent reminder in the area to...More
The metronome itself is ok. Kinda a nice idea, but not that big. However, if you have time on Friday or Saturday night - check out if they have open air parties right below. I went to a couple of them and they were great....More
Great scenic views of the old town. Build on the site of the demolished communist monument to Stalin, it is a symbolic testament to the passage of time. Many beer stalls in the vicincity, good place to take some time and chill away from the...More