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The Prague Castle, a significant Czech landmark and a UNESCO World Heritage site, is an impressive complex of palaces, churches and buildings. The Prague Castle, a unique mix of all architectural styles, covers an area of almost 70 000 m2 , making it the largest ancient castle complex in the world (Guinness Book of World records). Its history dates back to the 8th century. Both the Castle Grounds and gardens are open to the visiting public. The ceremony of changing the guard is performed daily in the first courtyard at 12.00.
 
The complex of Prague castle features Gothic Cathedral of St. Vitus, golden lane with Daliborka Tower, New and Old Royal Palace with Vladislav hall, Romanesque Basilica of St. George, All Saints Church, Holy Cross Chapel, Powder Tower, castle gardens and St. Wenceslas´ vineyard.

         
  Prague Castle
Pražský hrad, 119 08, Prague 1

Opening hours:
1st April – 31st October 5.00 – 24.00, 1st November – 31st March – 6.00 – 23.00

Entrance fee: Long visit: adults 350 CZK, students, children, retiree 175 CZK, short visit: adults 250 CZK, students, children, retiree 125 CZK

TEL.: +420 224 373 368, +420 224 372 423

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Web: www.hrad.cz
 
 
         
Monuments in Prague: here is a guide to Prague´s most famous sites, historical buildings, and monuments. Prague boasts a large number of notable buildings, magnificent landmarks, heritage sites and wonderful attractions. Find the information about all key sights in Prague, including the Old Town Square, the Wenceslas square, the Prague castle, the Charles bridge, or the Jewish quarter. Discover more about the Czech republic´s heritage from our online guide to Prague. The category contains short descriptions of landmarks, as well as detailed information on opening hours, entrance fees, and services. Even if you have just a few days in Prague, make sure you do not miss the must-see sights and the most prominent monuments from our list.