This is your chance to discover the city from a green perspective!
Virtual: Explore Prague’s Historic Vrtba Garden
A Hidden Oasis of Tranquility with Stunning Views
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Join our local guide as they push through the heavy gate of the Vrtba Palace into an enchanting garden adorned by Baroque frescoes and sculptures. Look out over the red roofs of Prague below and enjoy one of our favorite overlooks in the city. Do you want to know the best thing about this beautiful oasis right below the Prague Castle? Almost nobody knows about its existence! Escape the crowded city centre and explore this hidden gem with us.
- Award-winning: Stroll around one of the best well-kept gardens in Prague
- New perspective: View the “City of Thousand Spires” from a different angle
- Oasis of calm: Recharge your batteries while you relax in a tranquil garden right within the city centre
- Architecture: Admire a gorgeous Baroque palace surrounded by statues and frescoes
- Picture-worthy: Have your print-screen button ready as you take in breath-taking views of Prague
From Tragedy to Triumph
Vrtba Garden is part of the are called Little Quarter. This picturesque neighbourhood suffered a major catastrophe in 1541, when a neglected flame in one of the households turned into the worst fire in the history of Prague. Fortunately, a lot of influential architects of that age saw it as an opportunity to bring their work to the heart of the city. Ornate mansions, stately palaces and extensive gardens started flourishing in this part of town, including the Vrtba Palace and its adjacent gardens.
This is not Your Typical Stroll in the Park
Step into one of the most beautiful gardens in Prague and let yourself be dazzled by the panoramic views of the city. Visit aviaries with exotic birds and and listen to their merry songs. Let your knowledgeable guide narrate the history of this secret spot and explain the symbolism behind the garden’s many ornaments. You’ll find out what a typical salary was of the best Baroque sculptors and what the garden was used for during the communist era.
What Else You Should Know
- Communication on virtual tours is crucial, don’t be afraid to ask questions!
- One booking is for one household – there’s no need to pay for more people who are in the same room.
- We’ll send you a ZOOM link after you book your virtual tour.
- This is a live-streamed tour where your guide walks around Prague while you relax in the comfort of your home.