Vrtbovske Garden is an architectural gem with an original design, located in the heart of the city, in the Little Quarter.

Not only is it a beautiful location, but it is a cultural landmark also, property of the first order, registered with UNESCO, and a property owned by the City of Prague.

Located on the slopes of Petrin Hill, the Vrtbovske Garden is one of Prague's most remarkable Baroque gardens.

This Italian-style, terraced Baroque garden was created between 1715 - 1720 next to the Vrtbovske Palace for Jan Josef, Count of Vrtba, the highest burgrave in Prague Castle.