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Vysehrad National Cultural Monument

V pevnosti 16/2, Prague 128 00, Czech Republic
+420 241 410 348
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V pevnosti 16/2, Prague 128 00, Czech Republic
+420 241 410 348
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Easy to find by the subway line C, a short walk and you are there - free entrance - take a strol around the high walls, enjoy a nice view over the city at a short distance, visit the big church and the small graveyard...More

Thank Christer C
Reviewed 1 week ago

Set in a large park, this historic place, traditionally where Prague was founded, is a must-see. The imposing cathedral overlooking the city, its cemetery with the great and the good in Czech history (eg, Dvorak, Smetana), massive ramparts, and historical treasures, are all there. The...More

2  Thank DocDavid
Reviewed 1 week ago

We downloaded a Rick Steves walking tour and it was helpful to give some form to walking around this huge park area. Has some great views above the river including the castle area, downtown and the newer skyscrapers; some very interesting buildings and statues, including...More

Thank MaryKop
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Beautiful grounds to walk through, any season. Enjoy a beer in the beer garden in the summer, or wander through during a cold winter day for a coffee.

1  Thank louisedavis158
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We spent 4 hours here today, thoroughly enjoying the time spent. We paid around $5 Aus for the two of us to enter the church and then spent ages in the adjoining cemetery. We found St Martin's Rotunda, and walked much of the wall taking...More

Thank justjans
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The castle is very impressive and walking on its external wall you get a great view to all sided of Prague city and the river. The visit at Vysehrad can take an hour or more ( We didn;t go in the cathedral or the underground...More

1  Thank yoch21
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Nice walk in the green but the whole area around is not of turistic interest. Main attraction the huge panoramic view, south to north over the Moldava If you go there , visit to St. Petere and Paul basilic is a must.

Thank Piero R
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This is part of old Prague and affords some excellent views from the walls and the cemetery and church are keys to any visit. It is not visited by all tourists, but if you want to discover all of Prague, this will be on your...More

Thank Glenn M
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We had a lovely morning walking round the Vysehrad compound. Entering the monument you can walk round its walls which offer impressive views of Prague. Inside the monument the Basilica of St Peter and Paul is beautiful as well as being reasonably priced to enter....More

Thank beingamymartin
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

In my opinion, one of those places in Prague which don't attract hordes of tourists and doesn't get counted in the top 5 tourist attractions. Thats why the charm lies as its a beautiful in a nice and quiet corner yet so easily accessible by...More

1  Thank Keen_traveller_2912
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Palak A
18 August 2017|
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Response from DifferentEyes | Reviewed this property |
Hi. there are 2 entrances, 1st is Taborska brana - reachable when you will go from metro Vesehrad, 2nd is Cihelna brana reachable from tram stop 7, 8, 24 – Albertov, 3, 7, 17, 16 – Výtoň. Useful information you can find on... More
Palak A
18 August 2017|
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Response from Petra D | Reviewed this property |
The church cost about 50Kr. to get in and you pay before entering. This isn't a castle so much as an old sort of fortified town I'd say...
11 February 2017|
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Response from Willy L | Reviewed this property |
Forget all about tram unless you love climbing steep hills, it is a fortress after all. Take metro to the station VYSEHRAD (pronounced "veshehrad" walk straight through stroller path to greenery along villas on your right... More