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Viewpoints of Prague - Prague from above (with photos, addresses, sites and descriptions)

The capital of the Czech Republic - the city of Prague, without a doubt, is beautiful. The city has many objects and places worth visiting and seeing.

One of these places are observation decks and observation points, giving beautiful panoramic views of Prague from a bird's eye view.

Within Prague there are both paid viewing platforms and free viewing platforms and observation points, as well as cafes, restaurants and hotels from which panoramas of the city open.

You can visit some sightseeing places in Prague, as well as enjoy the city from a height, both on your own and with city tours. You can also take a helicopter flight over Prague

Viewpoints and viewpoints in Prague

Prague Castle (plenty of lookouts)

Prague Castle (Pražský hrad) is a majestic castle complex in Prague dating back to the 9th century.

Directly on the territory of the Prague Castle is located St. Vitus Cathedral (Katedrála Sv. Víta) in the gallery of the southern tower of which there is an observation deck with beautiful panoramic views of Prague.

The entrance to the Prague Castle is free.

The ascent to the observation deck in the tower of St. Vitus Cathedral is paid.

Cathedral website: katedralasvatehovita.cz.

Address of the cathedral: III. nádvoří 48/2, 119 01 Praha 1-Hradčany, Czech Republic. More about St. Vitus Cathedral and the observation deck…

At the eastern gate of the Prague Castle with the Black Tower, from which the Old Castle Staircase leads, there is a observation deck at the Black Tower or an observation deck on the Opysh Hill (Vyhlídkové místo Na Opyši), which offers beautiful views of Prague.

The observation room is free.

On the west side of the Prague Castle, on Hradčanske naměstí, there is a observation deck.

The observation deck is accessed by Ke Gradu Street (ulicí Ke Hradu), which is a ramp of the Prague Castle (the street "To the castle"), which also offers beautiful views of Prague.

A New castle staircase (Nové zámecké schody) descends from the observation deck, from the top of which panoramic views of Prague open.

Viewing rooms are free of charge.

At the Prague Castle, on the south and east sides, there are gardens and vineyards, from the terraces of which you can enjoy views of Prague.

There are also views from the gardens under the Prague Castle.

Entrance to most gardens is paid.

Prague Castle Website: prazsky-hrad-pro-navstevniky.

Address of Prague Castle: Hradčany, 119 08 Prague 1, Czech Republic. More about Prague Castle and Gardens…

The site at the Strahovsky Monastery

On the slope of the Strahovsky Monastery (Strahovsky klašter) stretches Strahovsky garden with vineyards (Strahovská zahrada), which was founded in the early Middle Ages as a subsidiary farm.

From the street and the area above the garden, which is near the monastery, there are wonderful panoramic views of the garden and Prague.

The observation room is free.

Address of the Strahovsky Monastery: Strahovské nádvoří 1/132, 118 00 Praha 1. More about the Strahov Monastery…

Vrtbovsky Garden

Vrtbovsky Garden (Vrtbovská zahrada) is considered one of the most beautiful Baroque gardens in Prague.

The garden has a sculptural design and terraces with views of Prague.

Entrance to the gardens is paid. The entrance fee to the gardens includes a visit to the Large and Small galleries with a permanent exhibition.

Gardens website: vrtbovska.cz.

Address of the gardens: Karmelitská 25, 118 00 Praha 1 - Malá Strana.

The tower of St. Nicholas Cathedral in Mala-Strana

In the center of a Mala-Strana on Malostranskaya Square (Malostranské náměstí) is the monumental church of St. Nicholas (Kostel svatého Mikuláše Mala Strana) in the gallery of the high city tower-bell tower of which, at an altitude of 65 meters, there is an observation deck, considered one of the best in Prague.

From the observation deck there are wonderful panoramic views of Prague.

There is a small exposition in the tower itself.

The ascent to the observation deck is paid.

Address of the tower: Malostranské nám. 556/29, 110 00 Malá Strana, Czech Republic. More about the Church of St. Nicholas and the observation deck…

Observation deck at the Franz Kafka Museum

Near the yard at the Franz Kafka Museum (Muzeum Franze Kafky), near the waters of the Vltava River, there is an observation deck with good views of the Charles Bridge and the Vltava River.

In the courtyard itself is notable sculpture-fountain "Pissing men" (Čůrající postavy).

The passage to the courtyard and to the observation deck is free.

Charles Bridge with view towers

The most famous historical bridge over the Vltava River in Prague is the pedestrian Charles Bridge (Karluv most). From the Charles Bridge there are picturesque views of the banks of the river with historical buildings, as well as the Vltava River itself.

You can admire the views of the river from other bridges, as well as the embankments of the Vltava River.

Bridges and river embankments are free of charge. More about the Charles Bridge…

On both sides of the Charles Bridge there are historical towers, in which observation decks are located.

On the side of the Mala-Strana there are Malostranska bridge towers (Malostranska mostecka věž). In the galley of the high tower there is an observation deck with panoramic views of the Vltava River, Charles Bridge and part of the historical center of Prague.

The ascent to the observation deck is paid.

Address of the towers: 57, Malá Strana, 118 00 Praha, Czech Republic. Learn more about the Little-Country Bridge towers…

On the side of the Old Place is located The Old Town Bridge Tower (Staroměstská mostecká věž) whose gallery is an observation deck with panoramic views of the Vltava River, Charles Bridge and part of the historical center of Prague.

The ascent to the observation deck is paid.

Address of the tower: Karlův most, 110 00 Praha 1, Czech Republic. More about the Old Town Tower and the observation deck…

Sightseeing at the Museum of Smetany

Not far from the Old Town Bridge Tower is the Museum of Bedřicha Smetany (Muzeum Bedřicha Smetany) near which, by the waters of the Vltava River, there is an observation deck with views of the Vltava River with bridges and the historical district on the opposite bank of the river - Mala Strana.

The observation deck is free.

Museum address: Novotného lávka 1, 110 00 Praha 1. More about the Museum of Bedrich Smetany…

In the Tower of Clementinum

In the large historical complex Klementinum, on the top of the Astronomical Tower of Klementinum, at an altitude of 52 meters, there is an observation deck, which is one of the best in Prague.

The bird's-eye views of Prague are simply magical - red tiled roofs and narrow streets of old Prague are everywhere.

The ascent to the observation deck is paid, and as part of an excursion together with a visit to other objects of the Clementinum. Entrance from the courtyard of the Clementinum complex.

Website: klementinum.com.

Address of the Clementinum: Mariánské nám. 5, 110 00 Staré Město, Czech Republic. Learn more about Clementinum, excursions and the observation deck…

In the tower of the Old Town Hall

in the heart of Prague's Old Town, on Old Town Square (Staromestske namesti) stands the Old Town Hall (Staromestska radnice) with the famous Prague Astronomical Clock (Prazsky Orloj or staromestsky Orloj).

In the upper part of the Town Hall Tower there is a gallery, which is an observation deck with beautiful views of Prague.

A modern glass elevator takes visitors to the gallery, or you can climb the stairs.

You can also visit other rooms in the Old Town Hall.

A visit to the Old Town Hall is paid. It is necessary to pay extra for the ascent to the observation deck of the tower.

Town Hall website: staromestska-radnice-s-orlojem.

Address of the Town Hall: Staroměstske nam. 1/3, 110 00 Staré Město, Czech Republic. Learn more about the Old Town Hall, the clock, the rooms and the observation deck…

Roof terrace Rudolfinum

Rudolfinum is the residence of the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra and the most prestigious Czech concert hall, located in a beautiful Neo-Renaissance building in Prague.

There is a viewing terrace on the roof of the Rudolfinum. You can visit the terrace for a fee with guided tours of the Rudolfinum.

Rudolfinum website: rudolfinum.cz.

Address Rudolfinum: Alšovo nábřeží 79/12, 110 00 Praha 1 - Staré Město. More about Rudolfinum…

Powder Gate Tower

The Powder Gate, also known as the Powder Tower (Prašná brána) is a tower and one of the most significant monuments of Late Gothic Prague.

In the gallery of the tower, located at an altitude of 44 meters, there is an observation deck with panoramic views of the center of Prague and you can admire the resonance of old and new Prague.

Exhibitions are held in the premises of the tower.

The ascent to the observation deck is paid. The ticket office is located in the tower.

Gate address: Naměstí Republiky 5, 110 00 Stare Město, Czech Republic. More about the Powder Gate and the observation deck…

Letna Gardens with the Ganava Pavilion

Letna Gardens or Letna Park (Letna Parks / Letenské sady) is a vast park located on the left bank of the Vltava River, opposite the historical district of Prague Stare Mesto, near the Prague bridges.

It is also attractive in this park that it is located on a hill (Ganava hill). The park has observation decks from which you can admire the beautiful panorama of the right bank of Prague, the Vltava River and Prague bridges.

The viewing platforms are free to visit. More about Letenskiye Gardens…

In the gardens is Ganava Pavilion (Hanavsky pavilion), which is an Art Nouveau building built as a representative pavilion of the Komarov Metallurgical Plant for the Prague Jubilee Exhibition of 1891.

Today, the pavilion houses a restaurant with a panoramic terrace with one of the most beautiful panoramic views of Prague bridges.

Restaurant website: hanavsky-pavilon.cz.

The address of the pavilion-restaurant: Letenské sady 173, 170 00 Praha 7 - Holešovice.

Novomlinskaya water tower

The Novomlinskaya water tower (Novomlýnská vodárenská věž) was built in the Baroque style in 1658 on the remains of the original Renaissance tower, which was destroyed by a flood in 1655. The tower supplied water to the lower part of Nowe Mesto and served its original purpose until 1877.

Today, the tower is not a direct observation deck, but it houses an exhibition, during which the panoramic views of Prague open from the windows of the tower.

Entrance to the exhibition is paid. Guided tours are conducted around the tower.

The tower's website: novomlynska-vodarenska-vez.

Address of the tower: Nové mlýny 3a, 110 00 Praha 1 - Nové Město.

Petrin Hill with observation tower and observation platforms

Petrin Hill is located in the very center of Prague on the left bank of the Vltava River and is one of the highest hills of the Czech capital.

At the top of the hill is the Petrshinskaya Tower (Petřínska rozhledna), which is a free mini-copy parisian Eiffel Tower.

There are viewing platforms in the Petrshinskaya Tower.

299 steps lead to the upper observation deck, located at a height of 51 meters. You can also take the elevator.

The observation deck offers stunning views of Prague, and in good weather, parts of the Czech Republic.

On the ground floor of the Petrshinskaya Tower there are: ticket offices, an information center, a souvenir shop and a cafe.

In the basement of the tower there is a permanent exhibition "Petrinsky place of walking, exploring and mining".

The ascent to the observation deck is paid. You need to pay extra for using the elevator.

Website: petrinska-rozhledna.

Address of the tower: Petřínské sady 633, 118 00 Praha 1 - Malá Strana. More about the Petrshinskaya Tower and the observation deck…

In the gardens of the Petrshinsky Hill there are observation decks and observation points, which also give panoramic views of Prague, although not as voluminous as from the observation deck of the Petrshinsky Tower.

Observation and observation hills are free of charge. More about Petrshin Hill…

Visegrad

Visegrad (Vyšehrad) is an ancient fortress (castle), which was the first residence of the Czech princes.

Visegrad is located on a rocky promontory above the Vltava River.

From the Visegrad observation decks at the former fortress wall and in the gardens, stunning views of different parts of Prague can be seen.

In the gardens on the walls of Visegrad there is a small tavern "Hospówdka Na Hradbách" with tables in the open air (beer garden) and panoramic views of the city. On the menu: beer, sausages, barbecue, vegetables, snacks, etc. The place is not luxury, but the atmosphere is good.

On the territory of Visegrad there are also: the Romanesque Rotunda of St. Martin, the Neo-Gothic Church of Saints Peter and Paul, the Slavin National Cemetery, casemates, a Gothic cellar, a gallery in the remains of the tower, the Old Burgrave's House, an open-air theater, statues and monuments, a plague column, etc.

Visegrad site visits are paid. Entrance to the territory is free.

Visegrad website: praha-vysehrad.cz.

Address of Visegrad: V Pevnosti 159/5b, 128 00 Praha 2 - Vyšehrad.

Prague Bastion

The Prague Bastion is located near Visegrad, above and to the northeast.

The bastion was created during the reconstruction of the original Gothic fortifications into Baroque ones. The construction of fortifications was directly connected with the foundation of the New City by Charles IV in 1348, the walls were rebuilt at the turn of the 17th and 18th centuries.

Panoramic views of Prague can be enjoyed from the terrace near the walls of the bastion.

Today the bastion is occupied by the Bastion Prague Restaurant.

You can admire the panoramic views without visiting the restaurant.

Restaurant website: bastion-prague.cz.

Bastion address: Horská 1751/4, 120 00 Praha 2 - Nové Město.

Jindříš Tower

Jindříš Tower (Jindřišska věž) - the historic bell tower of the church in Prague, where exhibitions are held today, is a carillon, a cafe and an observation deck.

This bell tower of Gothic architecture reaches a height of 65.7 meters, which makes it the tallest free-standing bell tower in Prague.

On the top floor of the tower (attic) there is an observation deck giving panoramic views of the center of Prague.

The ascent to the observation deck is paid.

The tower's website: jindrisskavez.cz.

Address of the tower: Jindřišská věž, Jindřišská 2122/33, 110 00 Nové Město, Czech Republic. More about the Yindříš Tower…

Riegrovy gardens

Riegrovy gardens (Riegrovy sady) - famous Prague gardens with an old tower and an obelisk, restaurants and picturesque views of the city.

The park is a popular place for picnics and walks. At the top of the hill there is a restaurant "Park Riegrovy sady" with a beer garden.

Restaurant website: parkriegrovysady.cz.

Address of the gardens: 120 00 Praha 2 - Vinohrady.

Zhizhkovskaya TV Tower

The Zhizhkovsky TV tower (Žižkovská televizní věž) has a height of 216 meters and is the tallest building in the city.

From the observation deck, located at a height of 93 meters of the tower, amazing 360-degree panoramas of Prague open. The ascent to the observation deck is carried out by elevator.

The tower also has a panoramic restaurant, bar and bistro located at an altitude of 66 meters.

Among other things, in the tower, at an altitude of 70 meters, there is a one-room hotel with panoramic views. All hotels in Prague

On the tower itself there are 10 giant statues of babies - "Babies" by sculptor David Cherny.

The ascent to the observation deck is paid.

TV Tower Website: towerpark.cz.

Address of the tower: Mahlerovy sady 1, 130 00 Praha 3 - Žižkov.

Vitkov Hill (National Memorial)

Vitkov (Vítkově) is the highest hill in Prague.

The hill is covered with a dense network of pedestrian paths and offers panoramic views of the entire city of Prague.

Since 1938, on the top of Vitkov, there has been a National Memorial (National Memorial on Vítkov Hill) in honor of the Czechoslovak legionnaires, the dominant of which is the bronze statue of Jan Zizka - one of the largest equestrian sculptures in the world.

Today there is a viewing platform, a court of honor, the grave of the Unknown Soldier, halls with expositions The National Museum of Prague (Narodni muzeum Praha) and the view cafe "Vítkov" with a roof terrace.

Entrance to the museum is paid.

Website of the National Museum of Prague: nm.cz.

Website of the Vitkov cafe: cafevitkov.cz.

Address: 130 00 Praha 3 - Žižkov.

The building "Joy" with an observation deck on the roof

The building "Joy" (Radost building) was the first skyscraper in Prague.

Today it is a multifunctional center, where there are: conference hall, offices, cinema screen, coworking, cafes and restaurants.

Various events, summer screenings and concerts take place on the roof of the building, which offers panoramas of Prague.

Entrance to the roof is paid, and includes a drink.

Website: dumradost.cz.

Address: nám. Winstona Churchilla 2, Praha 3 - Žižkov.

Roof with garden of the National Museum of Agriculture

The building of the National Museum of Agriculture (Národní zemědělské muzeum) is an important monument of Czech functionalism.

The museum presents exhibitions that reflect a look at agriculture and related topics, dedicated to: agricultural technologies, natural resources (hunting and fishing), agriculture as one of the greatest discoveries of mankind, nutrition.

On the roof of the museum there is an exhibition "Life" with a garden with grass, a picnic area and bee hives. The terrace offers an attractive view of Prague, including Prague Castle, Petrshin and the Old Town.

The museum also hosts temporary exhibitions.

Entrance to the museum with a visit to the roof is paid.

Museum website: nzm.cz.

Museum address: Kostelní 44, 170 00 Praha 7 - Holešovice.

Observation tower Doubravka

The Doubravka Observation Tower is a wooden pyramid with three pillars, towering over the Chikhadla Park (Čihadla Park).

The central tower of the pyramid reaches a height of 23.5 meters, and a total of 98 steps can be climbed to the observation deck at a height of 20 meters.

This structure was designed by Martin Reinisch.

The observation room is free.

Address: park Čihadla, Praha 9 - Černý Most.

Varva Observation Deck

The observation deck of Varva (Vávrova vyhlídka) is a wooden observation deck, the work of the Czech architect and actor David Vavra, which is located on top of the Branika rocks (Braník Rocks).

From here you can see the valley of the Vltava River, Visegrad and Prague Castle are visible in the distance.

The observation room is free.

Address: U Pražských lomů, Praha 4 - Braník.

Prague Congress Center

The Prague Congress Center (Kongresové centrum Praha, a. s.) is a landmark of the city and from its windows and from the outdoor terrace there is a view of Prague.

The Prague Congress Center is one of the most important European conference centers, capable of accommodating up to 9,300 participants in more than 50 halls, lounge areas and conference halls.

Address of the Congress center: 5. května 65, 140 00 Praha 4 - Nusle.

Website of the Congress center: praguecc.cz.

Near the congress center there are

4-star Holiday Inn Prague, an IHG Hotel with panoramic terrace for relax with a view of the city and a restaurant with a terrace. Breakfast may be included in the room rate. Link to the hotel

4-star Hotel Rezidence Vyšehrad with a restaurant with a terrace and suites, of which there is a view of the city. Breakfast may be included in the room rate. Link to the hotel

Other sightseeing places in Prague

In addition to those listed in Prague, there are other free viewing platforms and places located far from the city center and the main tourist spots.

For example,

- at the tower of the Strahovsky tunnel (Větrací věže strahovského tunelu);

- sightseeing spots behind the Prague Zoo: Bohnická vyhlídka and Podhorská vyhlídka; and on the opposite side of the Vltava River: Vyhlídka na Vltavu a Sedlec and Sedlecké skály.

View cafes and restaurants in Prague

In addition to those listed in this article, there are other cafes and restaurants in Prague that have panoramic views of the city. From the best,

  • restaurant "Terasa U Zlaté studně" with magnificent panoramic views from the windows and from the roof terrace, as well as continental cuisine. The restaurant is located under the southern seine of Prague Castle, at address: U Zlaté studně 4, 118 00 Praha 1 - Malá Strana.

  • Restaurant "Nebozízek" with indoor and outdoor panoramic terraces and a variety of dishes of traditional Czech and Old Czech cuisine, as well as international cuisine. The restaurant is located on the Petrin Hill, at address: Petřínské sady 411, 118 00 Praha 1 - Malá Strana.

Also located here is 4-star apart-hotel Nebozizek Hotel a Restaurant, from the rooms of which offer panoramic views of Prague Castle and the Old Town. Breakfast is included in the room rate. Link to the hotel

  • A small cafe "Coffee in Garden" with an open panoramic terrace, located in the southern Furstenberg gardens near Prague Castle, at address: Unnamed Road,118 00, 118 00 Praha 1, Czech Republic.
  • Richter's villa (Richterova vila), located in the vineyard of St. Wenceslas (Svatováclavská vinice) near Prague Castle. The villa, made in a classic style, today houses a restaurant, various events are held: holidays, festivals, shows, weddings, banquets, etc., and you can also sit at a table on the panoramic terrace. Villa address: Staré zámecké schody 6/251, 118 00 Praha 1 - Hradčany, Czech Republic.

  • Restaurant "Terasa U Prince", located on the roof of the family hotel U Prince.

The restaurant's terrace offers amazing views of the center of Prague. The terrace is partially covered and heated, open all year round. The restaurant serves traditional Czech and international cuisine.

The restaurant is located in the heart of Prague, on the Old Town Square, at address: Staroměstské náměstí 29, 110 00 Praha 1 - Staré Město.

The restaurant is part of 5-star Hotel U Prince with bar and free Wi-Fi. Breakfast may be included in the room rate. Ссылка на отель

  • Restaurant with terrace in the famous Dancing House (Tančící dúm), which is part of modern Prague architecture.

On the 7th floor of the Dancing House you can visit the restaurant "Ginger & Fred" with a summer terrace offering 360-degree views of Prague.

In addition, on two floors of the Dancing House there is 4-star Dancing House hotel - Tančící dúm hotel with rooms with an unforgettable view of Prague. Breakfast is included in the room rate. Link to the hotel

Address of the Dancing House: Rašínovo nábřeží 80 / Jiráskovo náměstí 6, 120 00 Praha 2 - Nové Město.

  • Restaurant "T-Anker" with the largest terrace in Prague with a beautiful view of the historical part of the city. The restaurant's tavern offers up to 12 types of draft beer, including the most famous microbreweries in the Czech Republic.

The menu is dominated by meat dishes such as steak or steak tartare, but also includes beer snacks, risotto and salads.

Restaurant address: náměstí Republiky 8, 110 00 Praha 1 - Staré Město.

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Hotels with a view in Prague

In addition to those listed above in this article, there are many other hotels in Prague that offer good views of the city, including historical streets and (or) squares of the center of Prague.

Some hotels have panoramic cafes and terraces.

From hotels

5-star Four Seasons Hotel Prague with a view of Prague Castle and Charles Bridge, terrace, spa, swimming pool, restaurant, bar and free Wi-Fi.

It offers spacious and comfortable rooms and suites with a seating area, which is equipped with a minibar, air conditioning, safe, DVD player, flat-screen TV and kettle. The bathroom comes with free toiletries, bathrobes and a hairdryer. Link to the hotel

5-star grand hotel Alchymist Grand Hotel and Spa, located in the historical center of Prague near Charles Bridge

In the hotel: restaurant, bar, swimming pool, spa, free Wi-Fi and a 24-hour front desk. Guests receive a free welcome drink upon arrival.

Room amenities: coffee machine, minibar, safe, air conditioning, TV, DVD player, hairdryer, bathrobes, slippers and free toiletries. Ссылка на отель

5-star hotel The Grand Mark Prague - The Leading Hotels of the World, located in a former 17th-century palace in the center of Prague, where guests can admire the exquisite interior design that has survived to this day.

In the hotel: courtyard garden, fitness center, restaurant, bar and free Wi-Fi. Guests receive a voucher for a welcome drink.

The rooms are beautifully furnished, most of them have a separate living room with a fully equipped kitchenette and a seating area. The bathroom has underfloor heating and the windows offer a picturesque view of the garden or the street.

Breakfast may be included in the room rate. Link to the hotel

5-star Golden Well Boutique Hotel, located in one of the best places in Prague - near Prague Castle.

A welcome drink is provided upon arrival. The boutique hotel offers a variety of luxury services, including a free shoe shine service, free Wi-Fi, a DVD collection, a luggage packing and unpacking service, as well as a bed preparation service.

There is a restaurant on the 5th floor of the hotel, and the outdoor terrace offers spectacular views. After lunch, guests can stroll through the Royal Garden of Prague Castle (during the garden's business hours).

There are also views from some of the hotel rooms.

Breakfast is included in the room rate. Link to the hotel

5-star hotel Ambassador Zlata Husa, located surrounded by shops in the pedestrian zone on Wenceslas Square.

The hotel's spacious rooms are decorated with fabrics, satellite TV and a seating area. The marble bathroom has a spa bath and a separate shower.

Some rooms offer views of Wenceslas Square.

Breakfast may be included in the room rate. Link to the hotel

5-star Grand Hotel Bohemia, located a few steps from the Gothic Powder Tower.

The hotel's windows overlook the red-tiled roofs of Prague's Old Town.

It offers elegantly decorated, spacious, air-conditioned rooms with modern furniture and a bathroom with a bathtub. Each room has a TV with satellite channels and free Wi-Fi.

Breakfast is included in the room rate. Link to the hotel

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