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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 yesterday

Easy Uber ride from the city center. The views overlooking the city and rooftops are beautiful and it's a very peaceful place to drink in the scenery. I particularly loved the immaculate and beautiful cemetery with its ornate statues and history. If you are a...More

Thank Kim W
Reviewed 4 days ago

Beautiful citadel-style park with stunning high-above views of the river and Prague, with also one of the most interesting cemeteries you'll ever see. Locals love it.

Thank Fantom_Gormay
Reviewed 6 days ago

Very convenient for a quick look if one is attending a business conference at the Prague Congress centre

Thank corfumumbai
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

If you wanna quiet place to relax this one it will be, we enjoyed a little t walking up to this place and see the Graveyards their, also we visit church of St.Peter and St.Paul and it was nice also and at the end we...More

Thank Kerlos F
Reviewed 6 days ago

You can have a few hours quiet walking and rest at Vysehrad (free-to-enter). it's calm and peaceful. Walking arround the park you can see a lot of historical buildings and the fortress. There is also a spot with a great view of old and modern...More

Thank Valerii K
Reviewed 1 week ago

probably the most intriguing place to visit in a city that has many.....commanding position on the river,phenomenal views ,lot of history to be revisited....

Thank lagnelo
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

I've been here many times and i never get tired visiting this important place. I love the history/legend behind it - about Libuše & Přemysl, the rotunda, the cemetery, the Church, the view, and everything... It's so serene, I could stay here all day 😂...More

Thank reena_fdt
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This place provides alternative views of the city and the cemetery in the area makes it absolutely interesting.

Thank IanSydney2014
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Make sure to get out of the tourist zone and visit this area! It is breath taking full of history and a great break from the crowds. It is about a 30 minute from the town center or you can take an uber too. Plan...More

2  Thank chicagotravelgirl29
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Everything about this park-like fortress is brilliant, the views, the history, The Basilica, the gardens are brilliant. Walk at your own pace and absorb the culture and history. An incredible spot with sweeping views of Prague.

Thank Robyn F
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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