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Had read about this and as it was just a short walk from the National Technical Museum we decided to pop along – however it was static and we overheard a tour guide mention to his group that it had not been working for some...More
I say to avoid with children for these reasons,
The steep walk up is littered with broken glass, cigarette butts, empty bottles, litter. A disgrace to the local ‘ council’ in that they do not clean it up. Once you get to the top you...More
It's not about the metronome, it's about the view you get to the beautiful city of Prague. Totally worth it. Interesting to know that before the metronome it used to be a massive Stalin statue, the biggest one during communist occupation.
Ok so if the city and its citizens actually wanted to look after it and keep its surrounding areas clean and well looked after, it would be amazing. Sadly, it is not. The only thing going for this area is the views of the city...More
We spend two nights there,it has a great view of the city and at the weekend it’s a nice place to hear some good music and have your drink.
The music is for free! it’s literally open air and you can enjoy your time just...More
Nothing to see, nothing to do ... the view from there is not that good, there are better places (just walk a bit). Behind the Metronome there is something like a skate park, if you are interested on that. The place once held the statue...More
Climbing up the small hill you're passing a small shop for drinks with some lounge equipment. At the top is the metronome. Well, nobody knows why it there or what it really does, whats the whole point of it? However you are going to get...More
I am still completely at a loss as to why this thing exists. I understand it is a sculpture and has some meaning but it is not attractive and it has been placed in an area which is perfect for seeing great views over the...More
Your experience in Prague will never be complete if you do not see it from the top. Hillsides, stretched from the west to the north, provide spectacular views of greenish copper cupolas, narrow cobblestone streets, bridges connecting both river banks and green gardens from red-roof tops of centuries-old houses. Prague pulls you into its 1300 year old history. Walking up the hill or stairs to Prague Castle, the
historical seat of Czech rulers and the majestic Saint Vitus Cathedral can leave you speechless (and out of breath). Luckily, plenty of terrace cafés overlooking gardens and beautiful parks are available to provide rest and a place to catch your breath again.