JCB, D, VISA, AMEX, EC/MC
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This restaurant is housed in a wonderful, neo-Baroque cast-iron pavilion built for the 1891 Jubilee Exhibition. It is nestled among pine trees, in Letna park, on a hill, overlooking Prague. The parkland setting is especially peaceful in the summer when you can dine on the terrace. Once you step outside the panoramic cityscape of the Little Quarter and Old Town, with it’s numerous bridges skipping across the mercurial river, take your breath away. But the Pavilion restaurant interior itself is relatively compact inside. The windows, on two sides, open the space up and allow views to the surrounding parkland. At the same time light floods in from the rooflight above. The cosy interior offers a cute, boudoir setting with Louis XIV furniture, oil paintings and shimmering crystal chandeliers.
GPS: 50°5'46.958 N, 14°25'48.225 E
Locality: Prague 7
Tram: 1,12,14,17,26- Nábřeží Kpt. Jaroše
From city centre: .
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