The Havlíèkovy Sady is Prague's second largest park, located on the other side of Vinohrady, at the border of Vrovice district. Perfect for a stroll, jog or a picnic, this leisure venue is a must-see for all tourists. The most stunningly beautiful Villa Gröbe (Grébovka) stands out in its beauty in this park. Built as a remarkable example of a Neo-Renaissance villa, it was made as a luxury summerhouse for the industrialist Moritz Gröbe in 1871-1888. It sits pretty in a tastefully landscaped, terraced garden on the top of a slope that's covered with a functioning vineyard.
Vinohrady residential district, the main area and the most sought after place to live in Prague is a quiet, well-heeled and elegant location. A tramline and nearby road allow easy access to the city center. To reach Havlíèkovy Sady, you can take tram 4,22 or 23 from Námìstí Míru, get off at Ruská and walk about three blocks west to the park entrance.
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