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Petrin Tower

Prague, Czech Republic
4.3 / 10
A tower erected for the opening of the Industrial Exhibition of 1891. It was called the Prague Eiffel Tower. At first, the tower played the role of an observation deck, from where a good view of the city opened. In the middle of the 20th century, the first antenna for television broadcasting was placed in it, which led to an increase in the length of the structure by 20 meters. The total height of the Petrin Tower is 60 meters.
Petrin Tower
Address:Petřínské sady 633, Malá Strana
Phone:+420 257 320 112
Hours:monday: 10:00–20:00 tuesday: 10:00–20:00 wednesday: 10:00–20:00 thursday: 10:00–20:00 friday: 10:00–20:00 saturday: 10:00–20:00 sunday: 10:00–20:00

Jim Turnbull

One of the many must visit attractions of Prague. Offers incredible views over Prague and the surrounding areas. There's an elevator you can take, but.. Read more »

Malte Magier

You get a good view of Prague but the hike up the mountain and the tower is pretty exhausting.

zak h

Take the cable tram to the top..very cheap and great views. Went to the observatory and Petrin tower( unfortunately didn't have the energy to walk all.. Read more »

Nithish Sirangi

Absolute stunning view of Prague. Though the steps are 299 it’s worth claiming the Eiffel Tower inspired construction. One can see the east to west an.. Read more »

Eagle Eye

Update from previous visit (review below). 12 August 2020. Nice here that renovations and landscaping been completed. It was very nice atmosphere up h.. Read more »

Mirjam de Vries

A bit expensive for what it is, walking up 299 steps to a very small viewing platform and then walking the same 299 steps down again. Views are very n.. Read more »

gaël FAURE

The price is a bit expensive for what it is (150 krona, I feel 100 krona would have been a more appropriate price) and the climb is quite high but the.. Read more »

David Drößler

This tower has the best views in all of Prague! And it’s really affordable. For a student it’s 80 CZK. You can either go up the stairs or take an elev.. Read more »

Barbora Tellinger

This is one of my favourite places in the world. The most magnificent rose gardens, a magical flower garden, gorgeous paths, trees, manicured gardens .. Read more »

Marcus Fuchs

Pity they've made it a bit of a Tourist trap. Years ago it was a lot more relaxed. The gardens around the area are remarkable but vendors selling ever.. Read more »

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