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What to See - at Prague Castle

Information about historic monuments at Prague Castle

Prague Castle

The Prague Castle is undoubtedly the most important historical monument in Czechia. It has been the seat of political and religious power since the 9th century and consists of a very large complex of palaces, churches, courtyards and gardens overlooking the Prague panorama.

St Vitus Cathedral

The seat of the Prague Archbishopric, St Vitus Cathedral is the city’s most important Gothic building, located in the middle of the Prague Castle complex. Built over several centuries, it contains many artistic treasures.

Golden Lane

The image of this narrow little lane, with its several colourful little houses, as if built for dolls, and located on the grounds of the ...

Old Royal Palace

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St George’s Basilica

An impressive Romanesque church hidden behind a Baroque curtain... The St. George’s Basilica is one of the oldest witnesses to the history ...

Imperial Stables

The Imperial Stables at Prague Castle (Císařská konírna) are the result of Emperor Rudolf II’s passion for horses. The Stables were ...

“The Story of Prague Castle” Permanent Exhibition

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Prague Castle Riding School

From the Pražský hrad (Prague Castle) tram stop, served by tram numbers 22 and 23, U Prašného most lies just a few steps away and leads to ...

Ball Games Court

The Ball Games Court was built in the 16th century on the southern side of the Royal Gardens, directly above the Deer Moat (Jelení příkop). ...