this park is massive and hosts a museum and the kampa park restaurant as well. my favourite part is that bit by the water where all the swans congregate
Beautiful green lung very close to the Charles Bridge and the Franz Kafka museum. It is a place to rest after taking a walk through the historic center and contemplating the large number of peacocks in the place, which are in a free zone. The park is very well maintained, there are benches to sit and rest and trails to walk inside. Highly recommended to spend a few hours.
This park is very well preserved and that it is one of the oldest in Prague. During the Middle Ages it was the garden of a monastery, and that imprint can still be felt. Walking along the lake and in the shade of the trees completely disconnected us from the rhythm of the city. The stalactites that decorate the Chapel of Saint Elijah are a beauty, as well as the murals and sundials from the 17th century will also catch your eye.There is a rather large staircase at the end of the garden that leads to a terrace to enjoy the views of the Park.