A lake and lots of open space to walk and bike on the outskirts of Prague. This nature reserve has a public pool and reservoir, kids’ areas, plus a pub. Tram 26 to Nad Džbánem, you’ll see the park sprawling behind a McDonald’s.
Well, I would not recommend visiting here! Having just returned from a wonderful week in Prague, we spent the last day travelling by tram to this park expecting something lovely. The entrance and buildings looked derelict and quite honestly somewhere that you would not want to spend five minutes. A long trek that was curiously disappointing. I know the entrance was cheap but if you approached it from the other side, there's no need to pay. Terrible 'cafe'. We couldn't leave fast enough. The approach through the national park was pleasant and if you go there, I'd stick to exploring that and avoid the lake/swimming area. There must be other lovely places. If I've just not understood something about this place, I'd love to hear other people's comments.