Thanks to its layout, Prague is a great city for walking. These two walks are our absolute favorites.You can go in either direction:
Either start at the Jewish Quarter, climb to the Metronome, then turn left to get to the Prague Castle (preferable after a quick detour to the Deer Moat). From there, walk up to the Strahov Monastery and then continue through the park to the Petrin hill, descend down to Ujezd and reward yourself with the best cappuccino in town at Cafe Lounge.
Alternatively, you can start at the Kampa park, go to Ujezd, walk up (or take the funicular car) to the Nebozizek or Petrin station, walk to the Strahov Monastery, the Castle, Deer Moat, until you reach the Metronome. From there, you can go either down to the city, or walk past the Metronome through the Letna Park to the National Technical Museum and finish at the Erhart cafe over a nice cake (don't order coffee there and have it at Dum kavy (the House of Coffee) instead.
The walks also offer some great views and photo ops (marked with the camera icon).
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