Letenské Sady aka Letná Park (meaning hill facing the summer) is one of the first public parks in Prague. Its large grassy terrain extends along the bank of the Vltava river right across the water from historic Old Town, giving it one of the best views in all of Prague.
The park features a museum, two restaurants, a beer garden, Prague’s famous huge working metronome, and a bonus… an intricate dog park. The park allows well trained dogs to be off their leash, free to roam it’s beautiful winding trails.
Unlike any other small dog parks you may visit in Prague, here you will find an array of agility-inspired elements fit for a dog show. The dog park is the perfect place for training your pup or simply having fun on the wooden obstacles.
You can even take your four legged friend along with you as you bike or rollerblade the picturesque paths.
The steep hill the park is situated on is an ideal spot for meeting interesting people and their animals. You can find families picnicking, children playing on the playground, teenagers hanging out at the skatepark, and grandparents feeding the birds that flock around the many benches.
Basically Letná Park is the perfect place to sit with your dog and sip a cold glass of some great Czech beer while you watch the sunset… See for yourself!
Special Thanks: Šmídová Landscape Architects.
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