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Divoka Sarka

Divoka Sarka, Prague 160 00, Czech Republic
+420 221 714 444
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“tram ride” (4 reviews)
“nice trip” (2 reviews)
“forest” (5 reviews)
Divoka Sarka, Prague 160 00, Czech Republic
+420 221 714 444
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Reviewed 23 March 2017 via mobile

Travelled from the main area of Prague out to Divoka Sarka and it was so worth it. Easy to get to by catching the underground from Mustek A to Nadrazi Veleslavin and then catching the 119 to Divoka Sarka. You walk behind the McDonald's and...More

3  Thank storeytravelling
Reviewed 5 March 2017

a lovely walk in all seasons, as long as the weather permits. not always an easy walk, as parts are steep and unpaved. definitely well traveled, and there is no point where it feels unsafe. would highly recommend, especially in the upcoming spring/summer seasons

2  Thank SaBach117
Reviewed 24 February 2017 via mobile

Worth a tram ride on the 26 to Divoka Sarka. At the end of the line walk on the path to the right of the McDonalds and you are on the right track. Scenery is beautiful and walkways are tarmac and signposted so easy to...More

Thank NealG561
Reviewed 28 December 2016

If you want to relax in the Czech capital, visit this real nature just 10 minutes walk from the tram and bus lines. In summer enjoy the clear water in the swimming pools in the wood. Reserve 2-3 hours to explore this presereved land...

3  Thank janmra2016
Reviewed 19 December 2016

If you have enough city centre of Prague and you would like to relax in a forest park with amazing nature, the walley of the Divoká Šárka is the best place. There is very easy access from centre by metro in the station Veleslavin. Divoká...More

2  Thank Tygr42
Reviewed 30 July 2016 via mobile

Don't think twice! Super easy to get to and worth every minute. Hands down the highlight of my stay in Prague! If you're looking to escape a bit of the city alone/ or with company. Once you enter the area you can either continue straight...More

2  Thank Fifi1292
Reviewed 16 March 2016 via mobile

I did my biology fieldwork here, investigating the effect of river speed on amount of living organisms in it. Our results showed that fast section o the river had many more life then slow section. Oh and the park is wonderful yes, sometimes some of...More

Thank Alisa M
Reviewed 6 January 2016

Its a good place if you have nothing to do. Not must see, but if you are in Prague for some reason, and you have free time, why not. its a walk in the forest :)

1  Thank Jiřina M
Reviewed 23 November 2015

On March 28, 2015 i have written review Divoka Sarka - The most beautiful Park of Prague. I recommended the walking downstream creek. It is possible to reach Restaurace Jeneralka Restaurant. I often take a food or at least drink, at this restaurant, which is...More

Thank ruzha2014
Reviewed 29 October 2015

One of the nicest place for a walk or a run in Prague. No high buildings in a vicinity, rocks all around and beautiful nature. Enjoy!

Thank Zdekal
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Hi I'm visiting Prague next week (mid June) and heard this park is a real gem for a bit of peace & calm. I'm 6mo pregnant though and have pretty low energy, is the terrain suitable for someone with less than ideal mobility to walk a little, sit and chill out? Also is swimming aloud/recommended in the water there? All help & suggestions appreciated!
16 June 2017|
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Response from storeytravelling | Reviewed this property |
There are parts of the track that are flat, there will be a few steps to walk down at the beginning and you'll see where other paths lead off to higher terrain so just avoid these. There were a few bicycles coming through at... More