Petrin Tower
Petrin Tower
Petrin Tower

Petrin Tower

Top 1% of attractions in Prague
8 / 10

8 expert reviews

“Constructed in 1891, the 200-foot tower is accessible by foot—a walk up the forested slope takes about 30 minutes—as well as by the funicular that departs from Újezd Street.”

– Travel + Leisure

"A superb view of the city—from a slightly more solitary perch—the park on top of Petřín Hill includes a charming playground for children and adults." Full review
"A one-third-scale copy of Paris's Eiffel Tower, Petrín Tower was constructed out of recycled railway track for the 1891 Prague Exhibition." Full review
Those who climb the 59m (194 ft.) to the top are treated to striking views, particularly at night.
Lonely Planet
"The summit of Petřín is topped off with a 62m-tall Eiffel Tower lookalike built in 1891 for the Prague Exposition. You can climb its 299 steps for some of the best views in Prague." Full review
Time Out
"The tower is fairly tatty these days, but the climb to the top is made worthwhile by phenomenal views of the city: more than just the usual vista of a set of spires poking over the top of the castle." Full review
Let's Go
"It’s at the top of Petřín Hill, and from the lookout 299 steps up, you can see a 360-degree panorama of the brick rooftops of Prague and the Czech countryside. " Full review
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