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The lookout tower was built for the General Land Centennial Exhibition in 1891 by the initiative of the founders of Czech Tourist Club: Dr. Vilem Kurz and architect Vratislav Pasovsky. Having been inspired by the Paris lookout tower designed by...more
All reviews eiffel tower petrin hill viewing platform scared of heights worth the climb walk up climb the stairs cable car great views of prague rose garden nice park small fee worth the effort nice walk prague castle old town charles bridge
We decided to spend a lovely afternoon going to this part of town and up the with our little son who is 18 months old.
We bought 90 minute tickets for $34. However when it came time to leave he needed a nappy change and...More
This Eiffel tower in miniature is a fantastic place to get great views across Prague. Either walk or take the lift up to the top for great views. The lower stage has less spectacular views and there is a cafe at the bottom. A lovely...More
The queues are worth it for the view at the top. It’s not very clear but if you want to walk up, you can jump the HUGE queue of people waiting for the lift.
There’s 299 steps with a first floor level. The view is...More
Stunning views over the city, with a beautiful birds-eye view of Prague Cathedral & the Charles Bridge. Unfortunately the lift/elevator wasn’t working on our visit, so we ended up climbing the ~300 or so steps to the top. Thankfully there are two separate staircases -...More
If you have a student ID and can take stairs not the lift it’s very reasonably priced. Amazing 360 views from the top.
Go later in the day so the sun is behind you and you can take photos over the city with good lighting
This tower offers a great view of the city from the top. You have to walk to the top, but it's worth it. If you want to take pictures I would recommend to walk down a few steps. That way you don't have to take...More
Climbing the hill and all stairs on the tower itself, should not be underestimated ;)
A small fee (150kc) has to be paid to climb the stairs, and an additional 80Kc if you condering taking the elevator.
It is quite high in the sky (if...More
One of the big attractions up on Petrin Hill is the wonderful Petrin Tower.
This is a tower that pays homage to the famous Eiffel Tower in Paris, the tower offers stunning views of the city and beyond, you can either walk up the tower...More
I enjoyed my visit but do not necessarily recommend it. Yes, the view from the tower is really amazing but it isn’t exactly a must. Also, the prices are a bit high; 210 crowns for entrance + elevator.
If ever you decide to go up,...More
This attraction is an absolute must teenagers, especially the narrow stairs, walking up and down is good fun. Please buy tickets in advance (mass tourism everywhere) in order to avoid the crowds in the afternoon. July may be... More
This attraction is an absolute must teenagers, especially the narrow stairs, walking up and down is good fun. Please buy tickets in advance (mass tourism everywhere) in order to avoid the crowds in the afternoon. July may be hot, consider going there in the morning. Afterwards take a walk through the nice park to Strahov monastery. You will be then behind the Prague castle and can start another lovely walk there.
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Hi, I'm not sure if it's open on dec 24, just check online site of Petrin tower..i guess it will be cold coz it was windy even in summer..20- 30mins will be maximum for you to spend up the tower to see everything you want to... More
Hi, I'm not sure if it's open on dec 24, just check online site of Petrin tower..i guess it will be cold coz it was windy even in summer..20- 30mins will be maximum for you to spend up the tower to see everything you want to see and observe and take some pics..besides t it is doesn't have much space to move😉