Chateau Troja

Troja Chateau is a 17th-century baroque palace built for the Šternberk family and filled with sculptures and frescoes. It houses collections of the Prague City Gallery. There’s free admission to the palace grounds, where you can wander in the beautiful French gardens, watched over by a gang of baroque stone giants on the balustrade outside the southern door. There are various venues for rental. The palace is hosting many events all year around.

Botanical Gardens and The Vineyard of St. Claire

The stately St. Claire Vineyard sits directly above Chateau Troja Residence. Along with fine wine and views across to Prague Castle, the vineyard hosts open-air exhibitions and provides access to the Prague Botanical Gardens, including the Japanese gardens and the Fata Morgana tropical greenhouse.

Vltava river

The Vltava is the longest river within the Czech Republic, running southeast along the Bohemian Forest and then north across Bohemia, through Český Krumlov, České Budějovice and Prague, and finally merging with the Elbe at Mělník. It is commonly referred to as the Czech national river.

Prague White Water Sport Centre

Charles University Faculty of Sport and Education and University Sport Club Prague white water slalom offers for schools, working team, public and sports clubs in a term from April untill October.

Vltava Riverside

From the Troja riverside you can plan several types of boat trips on motor cruisers or steamboats to the city center or city of Mělník. The riverside in Troja is also important part of a well known recommended bike trails like Stromovka - Troja, Troja - Klecánky.

Prague - Old Town

City Centre with Old Synagogue, Old Town Square, Astronomical Clock is just ten minutes away.