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Wallenstein Palace Gardens

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Located on the grounds of the magnificent Waldstein Palace, this elegant 17th-century garden is designed in the baroque style with classical bronze statues and gurgling fountains.
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
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Vadstejnske Namesti 4, Prague 118 00, Czech Republic
Praha 1
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Reviewed 5 days ago

The Wallenstein Palace Gardens are on the walk between the Charles and other Bridges and the castle area atop the hill. It's a place to pause, catch your breath and luxuriate in the beautiful preserved gardens and murals of Prague's noble past. Because it's not...More

Thank Jim G
Reviewed 1 week ago

As we wandered the garden (which has definitely seen better days but is still lovely), we came up a series of sign boards (about 12 of them) that recounted the history of the Czech people and the history of the country, especially the history of...More

Thank gselling
Reviewed 1 week ago

We got lost there and appreciated it, but we would have preferred to spend more time in the other areas around the foot of the castle.

Thank Freetobemyself
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Containing the Czech Senate building, glorious gardens, lakes and peacocks, including albino hens; amazing “drip-stone” walls, and remarkable history banners describing the development of the Czech Republic

Thank sgalty
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Well tended gardens to relax in after the rather arduous climb up to the castle and th3n back down. Difficult to get into in that easiest entrance is past the guards of the senate, an unusual way in for a tourist attraction but in keeping...More

Thank Gary C
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Lesser known attraction that houses the Senate. Proudly shows a mind blowing open air theatre. A maze, the largest carp pond I've ever seen and a unique humongous owl aviary. Wow!

Thank David S
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is right off of the Malonstranka Tram stop so convenient if you're already heading that way. No charge to enter but the entrance is a little tricky to find as it is not labelled as "Wallenstein Palace garden". Look instead for signs for the...More

Thank Rick W
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Although it was a little hard to find and we ended up just stumbling upon it by accident, it is well worth a visit to this pretty courtyard and garden. There is a pretty pond full of carp and ducks, peacocks wander the grounds, and...More

Thank Irene A
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Wallenstein Palace Gardens is a nice place for a walk, and taking a few good pictures. If you're interested about czech history, you'll find all these panels detailing what the country has been trought, it's a bit long to read everything but worth it, you'll...More

Thank Ambassador814565
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

It was a damp grey day, lots of people rushing, and I saw an open gate into a green space, and snook in. Definitely worth a visit. The gardens are interesting - a number of different areas - formal baroque manicured hedges, a pond with...More

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PieterTMP
23 June 2016|
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Response from Jay M | Reviewed this property |
The two entrances available, but the easiest entrance is right beside Metro stop Malostranska. You can also get there by street car location Klarov (it is not Malostranske namesti tram stop). Walk all length of the gardens... More
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Nicolas G
3 August 2015|
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Response from Adi_ForTA |
It is all free. Although you can only visit the rooms (Which are worth seeing) on the weekends.
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