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Výstaviště in Prague’s Holešovice district is starting its summer season with some changes. There are new attractions for children, sports facilities, a swimming area, and, from the middle of July, picnic places with electric grills in the lower part. Restaurace Pražan’s summer garden and a new bistro has also opened. In the long run there will be beer made on site, and a cuisine pavilion. Prague residents can now enter the lower part of Výstaviště straight from Stromovka, which better integrates the two areas. Broken and potholed paths have been fixed, and work in redeveloping the long-neglected area is ongoing. Aerial view of Výstaviště via Praha.eu “We will continue to transform Výstaviště into a modern socio-cultural area with a wide range of leisure and sports activities. For the summer, we have prepared for Praguers several innovations ranging from a rope obstacle course in the middle of trees to a fitness and a workout area to a new bistro with refreshments right next to Stromovka. Also in July, Prague residents can cool down in a swimming area,” Tomáš Hübl, chairman of the board of directors of the company Výstaviště Praha Holešovice, said. Deputy Mayor Pavel Vyhnánek (Praha Sobě) said he appreciated…
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