Havlíčkovy sady aka Grébovka is one of my favourite parks in Prague. You can go there and have a picnic, read a book, go there for jogging or even have a glass of local wine… Parents with kids will find two playgrounds in the park.
The park was built between 1871-1888 around a villa which belonged to Mr. Moritz Grobe (an important Prague industrialist of his time). You can find many interesting things in Grébovka: the above mentioned villa, an artificial cave (grotto), an ex “gaming house” (there is a restaurant now, but the old bowling alley is still in working order) and also a vineyard.
I recommend you check out the wine cellar, which is open every Friday and Saturday from 14:00 – 21:00. They are curently offering 4 wines (3 whites and 1 red) made from grapes grown locally (=directly in the park’s vineyard) which are well drinkable.
P.S. A part of the upper park is now under reconstruction, but you can still visit the majority of the place.
Havlíčkovy sady | Bars, Relaxing | Red wine (glass) CZK 35
06:00 – 23:00 daily