Game Reserve and summer Palace Hvězda : This large park, with three majestic tree-lined avenues that served as an entertainment and hunting for Renaissance aristocracy, is today a place where you go for walks to relax, jog, ride a bike or segway, ski or play on the playground.
Inside the park you will find two-storey Renaissance summer palace that was built in the shape of a six-pointed star. The Battle of White Mountain, which took place in 1620, is not far away from here.
The Great Strahov Stadium was built for displays of synchronized gymnastics on a massive scale, with a field three times longer and three times wider than the standard Association football pitch.
When it was an active sports venue, it had a capacity of around 220,000 spectators, making it the largest stadium and the fourth largest sports venue ever built. Since 1990, the stadium has been used for concerts (The Rolling Stones, Michael Jackson, Guns N’ Roses, Bon Jovi, Aerosmith, Pink Floyd, U2, AC/DC, Ozzfest,..)
Břevnov Monastery : was founded in 993 AD by Boleslav II and Bishop Adalbert. The Benedictine complex’s current appearance, dating back to 1708 – 1745, is an example of High Baroque style. The Břevnov Monastery is also known for its oldest brewery in Bohemia, the existence of which was documented as early as in the 13th century and whose production can be tasted in the monastery today.
Ladronka Park : This large area unites hardcore sports with recreation. Here you’ll find the longest illuminated inline track in Prague (a 4.2 km circuit). There are also volleyball and beach volleyball courts, a sports equipment rental centre, and a restaurant. Park Ladronka lies at the intersection of a number of walking trails, and is also the site of the largest leisure time festival in central Europe.
Homestead Ladronka : At the beginning of the story farmhouse Ladronka was mainly a hobby Karl IV. in wines. It was built as a simple house with a baroque facade and high hipped roof, in this form is preserved Ladronka today. After the war events and battles of the Austrian Succession, Ladronka was destroyed after subsequent repairs while further served as a coaching inn. In 1993 ruined Ladronka was occupied by a group of squatters. 7 years later squatters were forcibly evicted.