We stroll thru this park, every time we visit from the US. It holds many memories for me, as this area of Prague was my home, before we left the country many years ago. It is a relatively small park with flat grassy areas and benches but it spills out into areas with small shops and restaurants. There is an easy access to the river Vltava from several different places. There are no hills to climb, like on the Petrin park, so its great for resting your tired feet, or just let little kids run around a little, away from the busy streets. It is easily accessed from the Charles bridge. The steps are in the middle of the bridge, or from the Legii bridge, when you are crossing from the National Theatre to Mala Strana. The restaurants there, range in price, the location (view of the river) will play a big part in the cost. The Kampa Park restaurant offers incredible views of the river and Charles bridge. We had dinner there, just as the sun was setting - the river and the buildings across looked beautiful, as if painted in gold. The art gallery, that can be seen from the Charles bridge is also nice to visit, we bought couple of paintings there.
My husband took the most beautiful pictures of the swans, you can get really close to the river there. It is a nice place all year round and there are several boutique hotels in the area.
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