Petrin Tower Prague

Petrin Tower was built in Prague in 1891 for the purpose of an industrial exhibition. It was later moved to Petrin Hill where it is standing nowadays. The idea to build the tower came after the Eiffel Tower was first presented in Paris. Petrin tower resembles the famous Eiffel Tower in its visual design, that is why it was nicknamed the Prague Eiffel tower. It is 63.5 meters tall and is used as both lookout and transmission tower. 

Petrin Tower tickets

  • Petrin Tower is opened all-year-round from 10 am till 6 pm in winter and 10 pm in summer.
  • The ticket to the Petrin Tower costs 150 CZK plus the elevator charge 60 CZK.

Our Local Guide Tip

  • The easiest way to get from the bottom of Petrin Hill is by using Prague Funicular. The ticket to funicular costs 24 CZK, same as other Prague public transportation tickets. 
  • You can walk from the Prague Castle to the Petrin Hill through the Gardens of the Stahov Monastery and enjoy views throught your walk!
  • If you are in a group of 10 or more people, the admission fee is 120 CZK instead of 150 CZK!

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Author: Valeriia Zahradnikova and Vaclav Zahradnik, Prague guides certified by Prague City Tourism agency. Valeriia and Vaclav have worked in tourism for over 6 years and have guided thousands of Prague visitors.