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St Vitus Cathedral, which dominates the Prague Castle complex, was founded in the middle of the 14th Century and is one of the most important and beautiful buildings in the Czech lands. This spiritual symbol of Czech statehood is an exceptionally beautiful and impressive example of Gothic architecture, bringing together the highest quality art and crafts of its time. The cathedral serves not only as a national place of reverence for the Czech saints, kings and prominent personalities resting here, but also as a treasury for the preservation of the Czech coronation jewels. The magnificent interiors are decorated with many statues, semi-precious stones, murals, unique mosaics, stained glass and paintings.

At the box offices of the information centers at II. and III. courtyard and at the Great South Tower of the Cathedral of St Vitus, you receive a one-time ticket for the Prague Castle. Don't forget to keep your ticket! Don’t lose time on your journey towards experiences! With the Prague Visitor Pass, you get a ticket directly in the TIC – Prague Castle and avoid the queue at the ticket office. The Tourist Information Centre is located in the 3rd courtyard of Prague Castle next to the Czech Post office on the left.

Hrad III. nádvoří 48/2
119 01 Praha 1
Nearest stop
TRAM Pražský hrad, Pohořelec
Opening hours
Mon – Sat 9:00 – 17:00
Sun 12:00 – 17:00
(last entry at 16:40)

the crypt (tomb of Bohemian kings) is permanently closed for technical reasons
Admission price list
Regular admission
with the Prague Visitor Pass
Religious Monuments, Gothic, Statue/Sculpture, Charles IV.
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