Top 10 Best Views of Prague

Prague, also known as the city of hundreds spires, is beautiful. That’s a well known fact. It is even more beautiful from the top, though! We pulled together our list of the 10 most stunning views of the city. Learn about them with us!

 

From the castle

The first amazing view you should see is from the Prague Castle! Even if you don’t pay for the whole visit, the Castle as well as the garden is worth the trek. Take a walk to the Golden Lane and continue through the tiny street to get a stunning view point above the vineyard and all the red rooftops!

 

 

Teresa U Prince

What about having a cocktail and enjoy a 360° view? Just in front of the Old Town Square, there is a little hidden terrace: Teresa U Prince is going to enchant you. You’ll have all of historic Prague at your fingertips!

 

 

Old Town Hall Tower

Between the terrace and the church, stop at the Old Town Hall Tower and climb the stairs! Even though the clock is undergoing repair, there are evening tours and exhibitions in addition to the observation deck.

 

 

Letna

The park, which is definitely a place to be, offers a few of the best views of the city. There are lots of great spots for a view, but the top of the stairs at the Metronome and the Beer Garden are by far the best in the park.

 

 

Riegrovy Sady

Between Namesti Miru and Jiřího z Poděbrad, Riegrovy Sady has a stunning view stretching from the National Museum at Wenceslas Square all the way to the castle. The park is very popular for both locals and expats. Once you’ve walked around, have a seat on the grass, listen to music and grab a beer at the beer garden!

 

 

Petrin Tower

If you dare to climb up 299 stairs, you should visit the Petrin Lookout Tower also known as the mini Eiffel Tower. There are 2 floors where you can have Prague under your feet.

 

 

Charles Bridge

Even though, it’s not from the top, when crossing the Charles Bridge you can have a beautiful view from Prague either of Mala Strana and the castle or of the Old Town Bridge Tower.

 

 

Vysehrad

Considered as the second castle of Prague, Vysehrad is also a must-see place in Prague. Situated on a hill above the Vltava. You’ll likely only have to share the view with locals and some tourists who want to have some peace and quiet.

 

 

T-Anker

On top of the Kotva shopping mall you can find the restaurant with the largest terrace – 650 m2 – in Prague! It is located on náměstí Republiky and offers sweeping views of the city!

 

 

Hanavsky Pavilion

Still a restaurant, Hanavsky Pavilion has a charming terrace in Letna. The place offers one of the most beautiful panoramic views of the Prague bridges. Fact: a french movie released in March has been filmed there!

 

You know what you have to do! Put on your shoes and walk around the city to hunt for the best views! And what about settling here? Find your dream accommodation with us to be close to all these lovely spots!

 

 

Camille Springaux

Camille Springaux

Hello dear readers, I am a French student living in Prague for a few months. In love with food and nature, I like to share my personal experiences and my travels with others! Enjoy ❤

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