Location 1: View of the Bridges from Hanavsky Pavillon on Letná Park
Rising above the city on the left bank of the Vltava, Letna Park offers a panorama sweeping across Prague’s succession of bridges and the castle. You can take in the view from various perspectives as you stroll along the tree-lined paths of the park. You can also spend your day chilling and enjoying the view of the city at the Letna beer garden.
Location 2: Vrtba Garden – on steps and from balcony at the top
In Mala Strana district, a series of palace gardens are hidden behind a gate of Karmelitska street which offers a surprising and perfect escape from the city. Set on a small, slopped plot on Petrin hill, staircases and curved walls run throughout the symmetrical green space. There is also a two-wing staircase with beautiful balustrades. The climb to the top is worth it for the breathtaking view.
Location 3: Havlíčkovy Sady
Go for an early morning stroll through the grotto at Havlíčkovy sady. You will be able to find vineyards, wine cellars, fountains, an original historic bowling alley from the 1870s, and a lovely garden restaurant with stunning views of Prague.
Location 4: Charles Bridge (early in the morning) & Charles Bridge Tower
If you imagine Charles Bridge in the day with the number of tourists walking around it, it will be very true that you can’t really take a nice photo. So how about waking up earlier and head down to the medieval bridge and get the really nice and peaceful sight of Prague.
Charles Bridge Tower is not so frequented by tourists as there is no elevator, and it doesn’t look that you can go up from outside. Hence, you can quite easily miss the entrance. But it’s a stunning view up there that you would not want to miss.
Location 5: Strahov Monastery & Petrin Park/hill view
Strahov Monastery, which was founded in 1140 and has been called the world’s most beautiful library. Although there is an entrance fee of 120 CZK to get inside the monastery library, it is possible to enter the monastery grounds for free.
The view of the city from the Petrin Hill is absolutely stunning as well which many iconic buildings can be captured such as the Prague Castle and St. Nicholas Church at Mala Strana.
Location 6: St. Vitus Cathedral (3rd Castle courtyard)
Of course, how can you miss out on taking a shot in front of one of the most beautiful Cathedrals in Prague? Just make sure to be there early to avoid the crowd!
Location 7: Wallenstein garden
Wallenstein garden is an undomestic garden despite the enclosed area and there is a white peacock there, if you are lucky, you might be able to take a photo with it when it opens its feathers. It is open from April to October.
Location 8: Old Town Square (Early morning)
Wake up early and avoid the crowd. You will be able to get really nice photos of the touristic areas at Old Town Square along with the Astronomical Clock as a bonus!
Location 9: Shooters island
Shooter’s Island is actually one of the small islands in Prague city even though it is located in central Europe. It is in between the two banks that are linked by Legions’ Bridge hence you can actually get down to the island while walking through the bridge and take great photos on the island itself or the surroundings.
Location 10: Vyšehrad fortress
It is a historic fort located quite a distance away from the city center. From Vysehrad, you will be able to get wonderful city panoramas and views of the river. It is ideal for escaping from the noisy downtown and enjoy non-touristy views together with locals.
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