Letná Park is located on a hillside across the Vltava River, north of Prague's Old Town. The park covers an area of approximately 25 hectares and is dotted with beautiful forests, walking trails, observatories, and cafes. Connected by a pedestrian bridge to the gardens at the knee of Prague Castle, the park is a perfect place to stroll after a visit to the castle. The park offers beautiful views of the Vltava River and the Prague cityscape in the relaxing and peaceful air.
The Hradčany district, which means "Castle Hill," is a city of history, typified by the vast Prague Castle that stands at its summit. The Prague Castle, which has been the residence of Bohemian kings and Holy Roman emperors since the Middle Ages and now houses the presidential palace of the Czech Republic, is a collection of several churches, towers, and palaces that offer a wealth of attractions. The view from the top of the hill overlooking the city of 100 towers is also a must-see beauty.