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Passerinvest has built a playground in Nové Roztyly Park for its smallest visitors

Passerinvest has built a playground in Nové Roztyly Park for its smallest visitors

Passerinvest Group has built a playground for the smallest visitors of Nové Roztyly Park, which is located in the vicinity of the brownfield of the former Interlov slaughterhouse. The playground is equipped with all kinds of swings, a rope pyramid to climb on, the popular spring rockers and new benches. The publicly-accessible playground is located under mature trees providing pleasant shade. The total expenses for the construction of the new playground, which was built during February and March, reached 300,000 crowns.

The playground went up in a site that is most frequently visited by families with small children thanks to the grown trees, well-maintained grass and its sufficient distance from the road. “We already built leisure, entertainment and sports features for all age categories in the park before. Visitors can find here, for example, a parkour course, a workout field, a running track, a disc golf course and other options for sports and leisure. With this we wanted to give the smallest visitors something to do. We believe that it will bring the same joy to parents who come here for a picnic, to relax or for group sport lessons,” explained Martin Unger, the Technical Director of Passerinvest Group.

The cosy playground should pleasantly entertain the smallest children, while simultaneously not disturbing the peace and quiet enjoyed by other visitors to the park. It is equipped with seven attractions. These are meant for children between two and twelve years of age.

"There are 70 playgrounds in Jižní Město that the city district administers and it pays for their maintenance from its budget. These playgrounds are very popular and provide children with the much-needed opportunity to spend their free time exercising and playing. Of course, we are therefore very pleased when someone, on their own initiative, builds another such publicly-accessible playground, moreover in a locality where something similar has been lacking for such little ones,” stated Jakub Lepš, the Deputy Mayor of Prague 11.


Passerinvest has long been cultivating Nové Roztyly Park, which is directly connected to the Krč Forest, supplementing it with features for sports and leisure. You can find more information on the possibilities of activities in Nové Roztyly Park at