Petřín Hill

118 00 Praha 1-Malá Strana

Wonderfully tourist-free, the mirror maze is housed in a mock-Gothic castle built for the 1891 Prague Jubilee. This hall of distorting mirrors is an opportunity for great hilarity among both young and old. You can take a funicular up using standard tram tickets, and the view is excellent. If you’re up for it, you can also climb up the mini Eiffel Tower, also built for the Jubilee, which has a viewing gallery 53 meters (170 ft.) off the ground. The park at Petřín, in general, is very peaceful, so if your wee ones enjoy walking, this is a wonderful place to spend a few hours. Cash only. Open daily.

Written by Karen Feldman

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