Smíchov hills used to belong to the Carthusian Order of monks where its members committed themselves to the noble pursuit of creating vineyards. In general, many local estates used to be part of vineyards and often housed winepresses. Over time, a large proportion of those vineyards were joined together into bigger units. This went in hand with the building development of Smíchov where not only ordinary small houses but also splendid villas were built, and were often created by joining smaller plots.More...
The much admired bust of Mozart overlooks the garden of the legendary estate and can be found in the elevated unusual place, away from the imaginary main axis of the elongated plot. The sculpted form of the genius himself has a perfect view of all that is going on in the serene microcosm of the garden as well as a beautiful view of the Mrázovka hillside.
Short documentary movie about Bertramka by TVP5 production
Refreshment: Café Bertramka, restaurant Il Giardino Tel: +420 257 154 262
Attractions:Cultural heritage, classical music concerts, social events, W. A. Mozart Museum
Children and sport
Cycle paths: : YES
Sports ground: NO
How to get to the park
MHD: tram number 4, 7, 9, 10, 58, 59
GPS location:50°4’15.00’’ N, 14°23’42.00’’ E
Parking: YES, underground parking of the shopping centre Smíchov
Road surface: Paving
Opening hours:All-year-round, from April to October 9 a.m. -6 p.m., from November to March 9:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.
PDF map available for downloading (PDF, 90 kB)
- 20. May 2009
- 20. May 2009
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