Divoka Sarka
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Kati M
Bowling Green, KY74 contributions
Jul 2021 • Couples
This was a beautiful place to see some natural parts of Bohemia outside Prague. It was easy to get to - take bus 119 to the Divoka Sarka stop and you can enter the park behind McDonald’s. There are a few different trails you can walk on, and a few pubs too! We went to the top of the mountain and the views were absolutely beautiful. We did some yoga up there too 🥰 If you have a while to spend in Prague and love the outdoors, I recommend checking this place out.
Written July 31, 2021
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Wenovo
Morris County, NJ2,089 contributions
Oct 2019
Beautiful park. Prague has many parks big and small, very close to the center. That is why most people who are visiting Prague , won't venture this far.
It is a good thing. You may not see a tourist for miles. And for that reason, it is obviously great for locals.

But if you have a lot of time while visiting Prague, you are a nature lover, and you have seen all the bridges, the churches, climbed all the towers, take the tram and check it out here.
Divoka Sarka is beautiful in every season and it is free ....
Written September 28, 2020
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Rene D
51 contributions
Dec 2019
The ancient funicular tram is a great way to get to the top. The park is a great break from the city. The adjacent monastery library is well worth the entrance fee. Choose a quiet time in order to peer in and see the ornate ceilings.
Written October 22, 2020
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Wenovo
Morris County, NJ2,089 contributions
Sep 2014 • Couples
When you run out of things to do in Prague, a day trip here will give you a chance to connect with nature. On our trips from the US we seldom have time to do that, as it is somewhat of a distance from Mala Strana where we usually are staying and Petrin and Kampa parks are much closer.
I love it for the nice memories I have from years past, when I studied at the technical university nearby- skipping a lecture or two to relax and enjoy the scenery. Those were the good days:)
Written December 14, 2014
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ArielGreen
Prague, Czech Republic31 contributions
Sep 2013 • Family
Walk the paths, or bike, and feel the history as the steep cliffs around scream the history of Wild Sarka's tale. I love this park. Beautiful and rarely feeling full and with a beautiful middle of the forest, stream fed pools in the summer season. Come sit by the fire, eat Vegetarian or traditional meat foods, or just relax;). Easy tram, bus or taxi ride. A worthwhile pause from the city madness.
Written October 20, 2013
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Jana A
Vienna, Austria112 contributions
Jun 2013 • Couples
I love to hike here in spring, in summer, in autumn and in winter, I can never get enough. The wild nature just few minutes far from the city centre is unbelievable. I always find something new, new paths, ways, views...if you look for some serenity after an exhausting day in the city and you do not want to travel far, this is the place where to go.
Written September 19, 2013
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Ravita
Prague, Czech Republic96 contributions
Jul 2013 • Family
The natural reserve is practically in the city with easy access either by car or public transportation. A short walk in and you'll find yourself surrounded by nature - rocky cliffs, old trees and stream all along the way. The walk is easy and if you keep on the main track you should have no issues with a stroller (we had one). If your kids are a bit older you can take one of the paths that lead into the forest itself. It was a hot day, however under the trees the weather is really nice. Great for hiking, jogging or biking. Along the main track there is a swimming pool facility and a restaurant. Some may like it some may not. I didn't. The major downside is that the water is dirty, so we couldn't enjoy it, it also smells. What a pity.
Written July 21, 2013
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storeytravelling
Bristol, UK80 contributions
Mar 2017 • Couples
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 you're there.
It's a beautiful peaceful place with a warm atmosphere and great space to walk and chat in nature. Also saw many cyclists as there is a cycle trail running through it.
Would definitely recommend if travelling to Prague as it's so easy to get to and makes a lovely part of the trip. We spent about 3 hours there which was good.
Go see!
Written March 23, 2017
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strawnski
Murfreesboro, TN214 contributions
May 2015 • Friends
Tired of seeing all the same busy tourist attractions!? Then go here! This place was an adventure in itself to just get to from Prague's old town. I took the metro green line all the way to Dejvika and then took the tram line 26 (there are other trams going to Dejivika just don't remember the numbers). The tram takes you all the way to the park. You get off the tram and head towards McDonald's and then you will see the path to it. It was so pretty to see and get to see some green! I went to several parks in Prague and this one was my favorite!!
Written May 26, 2015
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iAfrika
Nottingham, UK127 contributions
Oct 2014 • Couples
If you want a gentle walk through spectacular countryside while in Prague, this is for you. Take tram 20 from the city centre or from Dejvicka metro station to the terminus at Divoka Sarka, walk on for a short distance, and then follow the signs to the right. The road will take you through a wonderful narrow gorge next to a stream through beautiful woods. There's a cafe after a few miles bit we kept on for a bit over an hour (about 6 km) to Chorvatsky Mlyn restaurant, from where there are regular buses back to Dejvicka. There isn't a dull bit on the walk. And the restaurant serves good soup and great and inexpensive fish meals.
Apart from a short stretch it's all on quiet tarred roads - one van passed while we were walking.
You can carry on following the stream till it joins the Vltava river at Baba (we did) but I wouldn't recommend it. If you want a longer walk there were lots of enticing oaths off the main route.
Written October 19, 2014
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