Please note: Until 18th March 2016 the funicular railway is closed. Nebozizek Restaurant is open as normal.
To reach Nebozizek during this period, you can either book a taxi from your hotel (approx. 350czk) or take a free taxi from the meeting point (which you can take a tram to). When you make a booking via Prague Experience, we will send you full details of these options.
Nebozizek Restaurant is located on Petrin Hill and offers terrific views over the whole of Prague. Catch the funicular railway up to the restaurant, and as dusk descends into night be rewarded with stunning views of the city lighting up, plus an eye-level view of Prague Castle.
Nebozizek Restaurant is set in a glass conservatory surrounded by woodland, a little below Petrin Observation Tower.
Heated in the winter, cool in the summer, the conservatory gives the restaurant a light, airy feel and boasts the finest panoramic views.
During busy periods the restaurant expands into a small building attached, which also offers good views over Prague.
Nebozizek offers a fine selection of Czech and International fare. Food is well prepared and presented, and will appeal to most palates; given the superb location of the restaurant, it is also very reasonably priced.
There is an ample selection of wines to match the food, to suit all budgets, including a range of Czech wines.
Live piano adds to the charm; the pianist plays most nights, depending on the amount of people in the restaurant.
Nebozizek Restaurant makes for a fine excursion any time of the year. On fine weather days guests will enjoy the sun setting over the red rooftops of the city. In the winter, you may be lucky enough to see the snow sprinkled over the city (while you are safely cocooned in the warmth of the restaurant).
To get to the restaurant, take the funicular up Petrin hill from Ujezd street in the Lesser Town (Malá Strana). Alight at the first stop, and Nebozizek is situated 100m to the left. Alternatively, catch a taxi or take a 15 minute stroll up Petrin hill. The climb is steep, but the walk is pleasant, passing through gardens and an apple orchard.
On the return, either catch the funicular or a taxi, or for a perfect end to the evening, walk down into the Lesser Town and stroll across Charles Bridge.
Make the effort to travel up to Nebozizek, and for a few hours at least, you will have Prague at your feet.