Petrinske Terasy Pub is located high on Petrin Hill
, on a level with Prague Castle
A former priests' refectory, Petrinske Terasy is a pleasant pub to enjoy a drink or a coffee in, while enjoying the panoramic views over Prague.
During winter, the inside of the pub is a warm respite from the cold exposure of the hill for walkers around Petrin.
In the summer, a large terrace opens for drinks, where visitors can bask in the sunshine and watch the sun (hopefully!) gleam over the red rooftops of Prague.
The 10-15 minute walk up Petrin hill to reach Petrinske Terasy involves a steep climb, but can be very pleasant, passing through gardens and apple orchards.
Alternatively, there is a funicular railway. Make sure you alight at the first stop and the pub is situated 200m to the right.
For a nice restaurant nearby, with equally stunning views all year round, try Nebozizek Restaurant.