A small version of Paris's Eiffel Tower, the Petrin Observation
Tower may not sound tall at 197 feet tall (60 metres) but don't
forget that it stands aloft Petrin Hill overlooking the whole of
Prague. With breathtaking views, it is well worth the climb of 299
steps and on a clear day it is possible to see Snezka, the highest
peak in the Czech Republic. There is also an observatory and hall
of mirrors to explore (for a small entrance fee).
Address: Mala Strana, Prague 5 Telephone: 257 320 112 Opening Time: January to March: Saturday and Sunday 10am to 5pm;
April: daily 10am to 7pm; May to September: daily 10am to 10pm;
October: daily 10am to 6pm; November to December: Weekends and
Christmas holidays 10am to 5pm Admission: 60 CZK (adult), 40 CZK (child)
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