The garden in Prague Palace is not big, but it's beautiful. The fountain is beautiful and worth visiting.
This is a Baroque garden, built by the order of Queen Maria Teresa in 1750. She is one of the most brilliant Baroque gardens in Austria. In 1996, along with Meiquan Palace, the Bodhi Tree, which was included in the list of human cultural heritage, was trimmed into a green wall with 44 statues of ancient Greek mythology.
don't miss a relaxing walk
A great place to take a walk around. Always kept in a great shape the Royal Gardens in Prague are not to be missed by anyone visiting the city.
The Royal Garden is located on the hillside behind the castle. Tourists who do not want to be crowded with Prague people can come here to find leisure. A magnificent castle of course has a garden to match it. After several extensions and renovations of the Royal garden, it finally becomes a large area.
A quiet, secluded garden on the periphery of the Prague Castle complex. Few of the crowds from the main castle buildings bother to make it over here so it is a peaceful place for a walk. There is a pleasant arboretum and the views across to the main castle are excellent.
If you come to the Prague Castle by Tram No.18. You'll find the Royal Gardens before the entrance of the castle. Beautiful garden and it's free.
The Royal Garden on the back of the palace is a typical French garden. The convenience of the east side of the garden surrounded by trees is the origin of the name of the palace, but not very noticeable "Meiquan". It is said that the water bottle in the hands of the water elf statue is the sweetest water in Vienna.