Prague Castle



Pražský hrad,
Prague 1

Nearest Station:

Hradčanská (METRO A);
Pražský hrad (TRAM 22)

Entry Fee:

Route A 350,- CZK per person
Route B 250,- CZK per person


All Year

Basic Information

Prague Castle is the most important Czech castle standing above the Vltava River. From the 9th century, it is the seat of Czech kings. Since 1918, this building is dedicated to the President of the Czech Republic. Twice in the history this castle became the principal residences of the Holy Roman Empire. Prague Castle is the largest ancient castle in the world; it is so big that seven football fields would fit in the size of this massive complex. It was built and renovated during 9th century to 13th century and the whole complex consists of churches, alleyways, gardens and royal residences that would take more than a day to explore. There are so many great things to see, but what you surely don’t want to miss is the stunning St. Vitus Cathedral or the tomb of St. John of Nepomuk, which is a blinding two-metric-ton vault that is held up by an army of silver angels.

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