With the start of the spring, Prague streets turned into blooming areas with freshly scenting trees and flowers. When strolling around, you might notice a significant dominance of pink color. That is how the magnolia or cherry develops its unique aroma that spreads all over the city. Discover the blooming areas where you can take the most beautiful pictures and enjoy the fantastic view.

Trojský zámek

Located in Prague 7, Troja is welcoming people all over the country to take a stroll in the freshly scenting area. There is a beautiful palace designed by the French architect Jean Baptiste Mathey. You can visit it in the opening hours (from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m.). To be sure that the museum is open, you can check its official website.

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Despite the palace, there is a garden which worth a visit. Historically, the park is divided into three parts – the ground floor level with the main entrance, the upper ground level with terracotta vases,  and the lower floor level with the Neptune fountain. When going through the garden, you can see an exciting maze called ‘woodshed,’ blossoming trees, and magnificent stairs, specially made by J.Georg and P. Heermann. They represent the fight of the gods and giants.


During the stay in Prague, everyone heard or visited the Petřín hill. It is a pretty famous touristic attraction, and sometimes it is hard to find a place to sit during the warm and pleasant weather. You can take the funicular up to the hill or enjoy the walk! On the mountain, there is a planetarium and villa from which you can enjoy the view of the city.

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In may, particularly on the 1st of May, people visit the hill regarding the Czech tradition. According to tradition, you should kiss your lover under the blossoming tree to be with him or her for the rest of your life. During other spring days, you can enjoy the pink-colored trees and take lots of memorable pictures! 

Valdštejnská zahrada

The garden is situated just behind the Malostranská tram station. In fact, the area is more than 14,000 square meters. It is the second-largest garden in the city of Prague, divided by two geometrical areas. Finally, it is open after the extended closure due to its location near the senate of the Czech Republic.

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You can find the fountain with the marble pool in the park, which dates back to 1910 and representsVenus and Cupid. Also, there is an artificial stalactite wall made especially for the birds as an aviary. Visitors can closely examine the animals who live there – for example, snakes, frogs, and birds. 

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