Taking children to see the most beautiful zoological and botanical garden in Prague

In the gardens and parks of Prague, time slows down, and it becomes quiet and beautiful. Take your children to forget the hustle and bustle of the city and listen to the sounds of nature.

The Royal Garden is the most historically significant garden, built by Ferdinand I of the Habsburg dynasty in 1534. Its current appearance is in the mid-19th century British style after renovation. From the garden, you can enjoy views of the small town, the old city, and the nearby Petřín Hill.

Prague Municipal Botanical Garden

The botanical garden covers nearly 30 hectares and features meticulously landscaped areas, including the ancient Santa Clara vineyard, a Japanese Zen garden, and the unique Fathomorgan Tropical Glass House.

Charles University Botanical Garden

The garden was opened in 1898 and gradually built with botanical gardens, glass houses, pools, and slopes. These outdoor and indoor facilities create a charming urban oasis.

King's Hunting Ground - Big Tree Park

Huge oasis in the city center, towering trees, large lake and lawn can provide picnics for visitors, as well as walk and relax, suitable for all ages.
The unique terrain makes Prague Zoo one of the most beautiful zoos in the world. Walking 10 kilometers through the rolling mountains, you can experience the exotic African House, Indonesian Jungle, or Elephant Valley.