Several centuries ago, the Royal Summer Palace, also known as Queen Anne’s Summer Palace, was built because of love. And even today, it is a great place for a date and is frequented by many couples, just like the entire Royal Garden with its flower beds, tall trees and the Renaissance era Ball Game Hall.
The Royal Summer Palace, probably the most stylistically pure Renaissance building in the Czech Republic, was built on the eastern border of the Royal Garden of the Prague Castle by Ferdinand I in 1538–1560. Its relief decorations containing themes from Ancient mythology are the work of Italian stone carvers. Also interesting are the later mural paintings in the hall on the first floor. They show scenes from Czech history. In front of the summer palace you can find the famous Singing Fountain. It stands in its original place in a stone pool, where it was planted in 1573.
Mariánské hradby 52/1 Praha 1 10000