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Kudrnova Playground-Climbing Castle, Prague 5

Playgrounds on 16 February 2009 by Darina

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The first time that we ever went to this Castle Playground I was a bit sceptical, thinking that the boys would get bored of it quickly. To my surprise, they actually loved going up and down the wooden castle.
I can even imagine going there there now during winter, because of the type of construction and no possible mud around.

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There is nothing else at this playground except for the castle. But it is enough to spend a good time there. The construction is easy to climb even for little ones, and Nicolas, 1.5, could easily go up the stairs. There are two slides and children land on a safe and soft imitation of grass surface.

The playground itself is new, built right in front of a new block of flats called: “U Motolske Hrusky”. To be honest, I don’t see any reason why somebody from Prague 8 should make an effort to go there. But if you find yourself in the Motol Hospital for some reason, or somewhere close to the area, it might be a nice stop-over for kids. If you keep on walking down the hill right from the bottom entrance of Motol Hospital, you will get there. Right in front of it there is a bakery and grocery shop, that is opened every day till 22:00. Such shops are called “vecerka” in Czech - usually Vietnamese run, small shops, opened till late.

It is very easy to park there and I am saying this because I never went there on foot. Right up the hill, some 100 m, there is a another playground with a sand pit and swings, so you could spend some time there as well.
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OPEN: Unlimited

ADDRESS: Kudrnova street, U Motolske hrusky, Prague 5

DIRECTIONS: Best by car - plenty of parking space near-by. Closet Bus stop: Kudrnova Bus no: 167, walk down the Kudrnova street towards new block of flats. u Motolske Hrusky. Easily reachable from Plzenska street as well, closest tram stop: Motol, tram no: 9, 10.

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