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What you should know about Dejvice

With wide tree-lined boulevards, spacious parks, and tranquil gardens, this upscale residential neighborhood is one of the greenest in Prague. Surrounded by the fertile slopes of former orchards, the new district of Dejvice was developed during the 1920s. It was built to the ground-breaking plans of celebrated Czech architect Antonin Engel and many of his original buildings are still standing today. Characterized by grand family mansions, elegant embassies, and luxurious apartment blocks, Dejvice is the epitome of gracious living.

Hotels in Dejvice


Luxury hotels in Dejvice are experienced in catering for a stylish clientele. Foreign diplomats and famous intellectuals have sought hospitality here as guests of the city’s prestigious public institutions and celebrated technical university. The popular Hotel Silenzio is an award-winning Dejvice boutique hotel set in a graceful functionalist villa with views over the peaceful neighborhood from its rooftop terrace. The storied Hotel International Prague is a stunning surviving example of Stalinist architecture. This instantly recognizable 4-star Dejvice hotel chronicles this controversial era with a huge tapestry in its lobby depicting local landmarks of the period, many of which are now demolished.

Things to see in Dejvice


The social and commercial heart of Dejvice is Vitezne namesti, or Victory Square—a busy transport hub, shopping center, and restaurant quarter. This elegantly landscaped area is heralded for its striking architecture, notably the utilitarian buildings of the Czech Technical University campus and the awe-inspiring façade of the army headquarters. Get an overview of this masterpiece of urban planning from the slopes of Divoka Sarka. This lovely country park is the source of the Sarka stream that feeds into the mighty Vltava, and is a favorite recreation spot for locals and visitors alike, especially on warm summer evenings. Foodies flock to Dejvice for its famous farmers’ market, one of the largest in the city. Here you can sample local delicacies such as kremrole—sweet, creamy pastries that’ll have you queuing for more—as well as international favorites like French cheeses and Greek olives. As the home ground of Dukla Prague football team, Dejvice also ticks the box for avid sports fans.

Good for families


This green and pleasant neighborhood is one of the most child-friendly in Prague. Tranquil traffic-free streets are lined with comfortable Dejvice bed and breakfasts and cozy restaurants where the little ones will be welcomed like one of the family. An abundance of open spaces and parks offer fresh air and exercise for energetic kids, and a chance for parents to relax after a hard day’s sightseeing. Stromovka is a popular amusement park with a funfair, aquarium, and swimming pool, as well as picnic areas with cooking grills that can be rented by the hour. The park also has cycle paths leading to Prague Zoo and the nature reserve at Divoka Sarka.

How to get to Dejvice


This neighborhood is one of the nearest to Prague’s Vaclav Havel International Airport. Airport shuttle buses connect with the metro system, which runs to the terminus at Victory Square. Alternatively hop in a waiting cab for a speedy direct transfer, or pre-book a private car to greet your incoming flight. Dejvice is a good place to base yourself if you’re traveling by car, as the Evropska highway runs through the district, linking into the country’s long-distance motorway network. Travel in Dejvice is facilitated by excellent tram and bus networks that interconnect at Victory Square.

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