Nature Park Prokopské and Dalejské údolí
A large oasis between growing housing estates extends from Butovice and Řeporyj to Zlíchov. Barrandov rocks, caves and former quarries are natural dominants of a large park. Head to the lake to a place where a man with a leather bag was not allowed to pass in the film Pelíšky.
Krč (Kunratický) forest
No matter how you like it, it’s worth looking at it and interrupting the rush of life for a while. Here you can get closer to nature in the local zoo with taxes and roe deer. Or memories of the history of our country in Nový hrádek, which was built at the beginning of the 15th century by King Wenceslas IV. and later he died on it.
Nature park Šárka – Lysolaje
A large area in the northwest of the city, where you will find six protected areas. Its axis is formed by the Šárecký stream flowing from Divoký Šárka to Podbabské skály, where it flows into the Vltava near the Baba ruins.
Along its course you will find the natural monument Zlatnice with protected remains
natural forest-steppe and heather communities. The Džbán swimming pool and water reservoir also offers relaxation.
Stromovka (Royal Game Reserve)
The original hunting branch was founded in 1268 by King Přemysl Otakar II. Today it can be described as a center of Prague recreation. The quiet spaces of the park, ponds and shade of trees offer a place for walks and picnics.
Star Game Reserve
If you are closer to Liboc, use the Hvězda field to walk, run or walk the animals. In the 16th century, King Ferdinand I chose the local area as a place for hunting, and his son built a star-shaped summer house here. Originally, there were also planted trees in this shape.
Near Hvězda there is a sports and recreational complex Ladronka, where in addition to the view of the southern part of Prague, you can also use sports. Skaters will enjoy the longest illuminated in-line track in Prague (the circuit measures 4.2 kilometers). You can also play disc golf or try your own stability with slackline.
Nature Park Draháň – Troja
Troja is mainly associated with the largest zoo in the Czech Republic, but the local nature park is located in a much larger area. It stretches from the Troja Bridge along the Vltava to the outskirts of Prague and to Dolní Chaber.
The Velká skála natural monument offers a view into the distance and a reminder that it is formed by a cobblestone. It originated here in the ancient mountains, when the territory was located at the bottom of the sea. In the Castles you will find an archeological park, during the Bronze Age there used to be a settlement. The Troja Basin is made up of gardens and orchards, and it is here that the popular zoo is located.
Nature park Klánovice – Čihadla
With an area of over 22 km², it is the largest nature park in the capital. Stay here and the largest pond in Prague – Počernický pond. The quiet, remote area is a great place for a relaxing day that will make you forget about the hustle and bustle of the big city. Especially the supporters of hiking and cycling will get their money’s worth here.
Nature park Hostivař – Záběhlice
Surrounded by the buildings of Hostivař, Jižní Město and Horní Měcholupy, there is a nature park in which Praguers visit the Hostivař dam in particular. It offers many fun for water lovers such as paddleboarding or boating and pedal boats, there is also a nudist beach.
The core of the park is a natural monument of Meandra Botič, which is navigable here in a section of about two kilometers from the dam to the Záčehl park Práče. Boaters will also enjoy the area.
Nature park Modřanská rokle – Cholupice
At the southern edge of the capital is a popular recreational location, especially for hikers and cyclists, in the vicinity there are several bike paths. One of them passes through the core of the gorge around the Libušský brook.
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