The season at our campsite is in full swing. Half of the holidays are behind us, although COVID had a summer variant, which fortunately is not nearly as problematic (and mainly on the wane), and the heat wave has subsided in Prague. Simply put, ideal weather for visiting the capital of the Czech Republic and its surroundings.
At our campsite, in addition to places for caravans, we also have a meadow intended only for tents, whether you come with or without a car. It is at the back of the campsite, completely away from all the action, where you can take a table and chairs out of the car and relax by the tent after a busy day of hiking. You don’t have to worry about sleeping “on concrete” in the tent, so to speak. Sleeping in a tent with us will not be your nightmare, but a pleasant lie down.
Call or write to see if we are free, but 99% of the time you will always have a pleasant place on the soft grass.
Of course, all camp facilities such as toilets, showers, Wi-Fi and a restaurant are at your disposal right in the camp area. The restaurant is open from 16:00 to 21:00. You can also wash your clothes with us.
If you come with a caravan, we have all the caravan services for you – water draining, a spout for chemical toilets and a place to fill in water.
Our campsite is very well situated. The north of Prague has the advantage of being significantly closer to the city center than the south or other parts of the world. This means that you can take tram No. 17 to the city center in a luxurious 11 minutes (Faculty of Law stop) or 13 minutes (Staroměstská stop) or 16 minutes (National Theater stop).
- From the Faculty of Law stop, you can take a unique walk along the Vltava river along the embankment, admire the technical monument the iron art nouveau Čechův most or walk along the famous Pařížská street to the Old Town Square with the traditional astronomical clock and visit the side streets of this square.
- From the Staroměstská stop, you can go either to the Old Town Square (see above) or to the other side via the Mánesův bridge towards the gardens under the Prague Castle, to Mala Strana or the Prague Castle itself.
- From the National Theater stop
- you have an easily accessible – as the name of the stop suggests – building of the old National Theater, next to which just across the piazzetta is the Nová scéna building with a pleasant restaurant and café Café Nona (open from 20.8.) overlooking Národní třída. Famous Czech events related to the Velvet Revolution and the fall of the socialist regime took place on Národní třída in November 1989.
- In the other direction, you can easily reach the Legií bridge (where you can find, among other things, a geocache 🙂 ) to Petřín hill with a cable car, lookout and hunger wall built by King Charles IV.
- Žofín Island, which is right next to the Národní divadlo stop, is a good starting point for renting boats and pedal boats, which you can use to easily get under the nearby Charles Bridge from the 14th century, for example.
Prague offers an abundance of interesting destinations, to which we should not forget to add the 19th edition of the festival of the new circus Letní Letná, which is currently underway (until 31 August 2022). By the way, on Letná, it is a short walk from the campsite past the Trojská castle, over the Trojská lávka and the beautiful Stromovka park, where you can stop for a picnic.
Do you already know why In Prague you simply cannot live elsewhere?