Pruhonice Park: A Romantic Park in Prague

Pruhonice Park is a great place for nature lovers and those looking for romantic walks in Prague.  Located southeast of Prague, the park is approximately 15kms away from the city center.

My favorite spot in the park is the Chateau overlooking the pond.  On a great day, you can almost see its image directly reflected on the pond below it.

We visited this park in March this year and were only able to catch the remnants of winter, but the place itself was already beautiful.  I haven’t been back since but I can already imagine what it looks like now.

There are several species of flowers and trees lining the path and it is arranged in a way that it respects natural terrain but offering nice viewpoints.

As we went further into the park, this is what we saw.

This is just one of those flowers surrounding the whole area.

There is also a botanical garden inside the park but we didn’t visit it during that time because the flowers were not yet in full bloom.

Artificial bridges can also be found at designated spots for easy transfer to key spots areas.  There are marked trails for long and short walks.

Pruhonice Park is definitely one of my favorite places in Prague.  If you are ever in the area, you may want to check it out too.

More information about the park can be found here.

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10 thoughts on “Pruhonice Park: A Romantic Park in Prague

  1. Hi Grace, these are really pretty images. I love the reflections in the water, and I love seeing the town you live in.

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  2. Beautiful!

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  3. that’s our fave picnic spot (from where you took the 2nd pic from top)!

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  4. awesome post! love the castles and reflecting ponds!

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  5. totally love it…!

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