Come to this large, shady park for an unforgettable view of Prague's bridges. From the enormous concrete pedestal at the center of the park—now occupied by a giant working metronome, which some say is marking time since the 1989 Velvet Revolution—the world's largest statue of Stalin once beckoned to citizens on the Old Town Square below. The statue was ripped down in 1962, just seven years after it was completed. On sunny Sundays expats often meet up here to play ultimate
Frisbee. In nice weather, there's a large and popular beer garden at the park's eastern end. Walk east along Milady Horákové Street after exiting the metro or take the tram.
Prague, Bohemia, 170 00, Czech Republic