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Letná Park (Letenské Sady)
Letná Park (Letenské Sady)

Letná Park (Letenské Sady)

Free admission
Letenské sady, Prague, Czech Republic, 170 00

The basics

Visitors to Letná Park can make like a local and explore the sprawling park by bike, Segway, e-bike, or scooter—you can join a guided tour that takes in multiple other Prague attractions or explore independently by renting a vehicle from a tour operator. Those looking for refreshment can stop for a drink in the beer garden, which is always teeming with visitors during the summer months.

For coffee and cake, or perhaps an evening meal, head to the Hanavský Pavilion; this cast-iron, pseudo-Baroque building was constructed at the end of the 19th century and provides some of the best views of the city from its terraces.

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Things to know before you go

  • Letná Park offers excellent views and is a great choice for travelers looking to take a break from sightseeing
  • There is no admission fee to enter the park.
  • The park is dog-friendly.
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How to get there

Just a 15-minute walk, over the Charles Bridge, from Old Town Square, Letná Park is easily accessible from the center. If traveling by Prague Metro, take Line A to Malostranská (a 10-minute walk), or take tram number 1, 8, 25, or 26 to Letenské náměstí (a 12-minute walk).

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When to get there

The park’s expansive lawns are perfect for relaxing and soaking up the sun on a summer’s day—possibly the best and certainly the most popular time to visit. Letná Park is, however, open year-round, 24 hours a day.

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Prague Metronome

The giant arm of the Prague Metronome has been swinging back and forth in Letná Park since its construction in 1991. This unique monument sits on the site where a large statue of Joseph Stalin was erected in 1955. The statue was destroyed in 1962, and now the Metronome takes its place upon a marble plinth that was used as the base for the original monument.

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Frequently Asked Questions
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