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Prague Castle is the largest castle complex in the world and a symbol of the Czech state. It was founded in the 9th Century and became the seat of Czech kings and later presidents. The complex includes many important buildings, including historic palaces, church buildings, gardens and picturesque nooks. With the Prague Visitor Pass, you can take a free tour, which includes the Basilica of St George, St Vitus Cathedral, the Old Royal Palace, the Golden Lane and the Daliborka Tower.

When entering the Prague Castle complex, visitors are subject to security checks. For this reason, kindly expect delays. The Prague Castle administration requests that visitors abstain from bringing large pieces of luggage and follow the official visitor rules.

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 II. nádvoří 1
119 08 Praha 1
Nearest stop
TRAM Pražský hrad, Pohořelec
Opening hours
Prague Castle complex:
daily 6:00 – 22:00
historical buildings:
daily 9:00 – 17:00
Admission price list
Regular admission
with the Prague Visitor Pass
Religious Monuments, Gothic, Rudolf II, Education, Charles IV.
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