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To escape the hustle and bustle of the busy tourist centres of Prague it's just so good jumping on a tram and in a relatively short tram ride your in a much more peaceful and tranquil district of Prague.
Brevnovsky Klaster is one such place...More
This Monastery is set in beautiful parkland where when we visited on a Sunday locals were walking their dogs, picnicking and playing with their kids. All in all a very happy scene.
The grounds of the monastery are well worth exploring with charming gardens (some...More
I visited the grounds of the monastery on a walk from the Castle complex. It was so peaceful in the grounds, but unfortunately, I did not have time to go inside. If you like beer, the monastery has its own brewery.
I came to the neighbouring Klašterní Šenk restaurant for lunch and had time for a look around afterwards. The church of the monastery appears to open only for services so I could only peer through the glass doors of the entrance.
I had a look...More
Beer here was really nice, staff was fast, food was tasty, the place is quite far from the center, but its in a nice park, the brewery is in old Monastery. The semidarc lager was best I have ever had, it was perfect.
I really have to suggest you to visit this place. From the noise of the city you will appear in relaxing, green and quiet place.
I think you should also visit the monastery garden - (free of charge) with the nice renovated Orangery or you...More
This was part of our tour package with Road Scholar. Had a lecture and then a tour through meeting hall, abbot's room, church of St. Margaret and the crypt. Also had lunch at the restaurant - Duck, dumplings, sauerkraut, cabbage, pancakes with blueberries and whipped...More
Brevnov Monastery is a wonderful place to visit in Prague as not only is it a great place to visit to admire the wonderful monastery and it's well kept gardens complete with a lake ,it also serves some of the tastiest beers in Prague and...More