Little Town Palace gardens

This tour can take place from April 1st until October 31st. The gardens are closed over the winter season.

We will visit seven gardens belonging to the palaces of the Little Town. First of them will be The Vrtba Garden, situated on the slope of Petrin Hill, one of the most precious of Prague’s Baroque gardens. This garden was built for Jan Josef, Count of Vrtba in 1715-1720 by the architect F. M. Kanka.

From here we will walk to the Wallenstein Square and will enter the palace gardens situated under Prague Castle. Five originally Renaissance style gardens were remodeled in the 18th century in Baroque style and are today interconnected. In these striking terrace gardens we will admire not only some examples of beautiful garden architecture, for example the Sala terrena in the Ledeburg Garden, but will enjoy amazing views of the city as we will be climbing the steps on the way to the top level.

The last garden visited will be the garden belonging to the Wallenstein palace which is located nearby. This garden was created together with the Palace in 1624-30 by Italian architects. In spite of many alternations the garden has until this day maintained its late Renaissance and early Baroque appearance. Remarkable Sala terrena and an alley decorated with copies of statues created by the Dutch artist Adrian de Vries in the 1620s are the main attractions of the garden.

Duration: depends

Group size (price per group)
1-2 3-6 7 and more
Guiding 1700 CZK 2000 CZK 2300 CZK

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Terms and conditions

Admission:
Vrtba garden:
62 CZK (adults) | 52 CZK (students)
Palace gardens under the Castle:
80 CZK (adults) | 50 CZK (students)
Great Furstenberg garden:
50 CZK