Honestly, this playground at Kavalirka, Prague 5 is very small, approx.: 10m x 5m. But, I am sure people living nearby are proud to have it there. It has all you need for a 20 min stopover from shopping. The village of Kavalirka in Prague 5 has all the small shops you need; the butchers, fruit and vegetable store, a flower shop, pharmacy etc. and nearly every time I nip out there with boys, we have our 10-15 min at this playground.
From memory this restaurant opened in early 2006. The space was newly renovated and featured tiled flooring and wooden tables with a large central bar area. The building inside and out was freshly painted and the large glass windows overlooking the park opposite made it a picturesque choice for lunch or dinner. At the time I was pregnant so David and I could enjoy the lush scenery, busy street scape and the spacious front area of the restaurant facing the street.
Hidden away at the bottom of Havlickovy Sady in Prague 2 is a parent’s dream. Here you will find the Park Restaurant and Cafe, a family friendly venue with a large, paved outdoor terrace facing the park and the Botic river. Parents can rest easy and relax whilst kids whizz around on a range of push cars supplied by the restaurant or clamber over the outdoor children’s playground situated on a grassy lawn.