There are several sights worth to see in this part of Prague. You can walk from the campsite to Hrušovanské Square with a bell tower from 1902. Then you can continue to Bílenecké square and take a coffee at Kavárna pod pavlačí in the Knorfarm stead from the 18th century. You will finish your walk by the nearby church of St John the Baptist. A bit further away, in Dolní Chabry, there is a menhir stone called Petrified Servant, first pictured by Eduard Štorch, a famous Czech archaeologist. You can also spot Vladimír Šmicer, a Czech football legend, playing on the local field.