Also referred to as the Palace Gardens, these are actually three gardens built on the remains of the the bulwarks on the south side of the castle. As such they are a set of steeply terraced gardens leading up to the castle. The steep climb up to the cast
The basilica is the Romanesque church lurking behind a Baroque facade in the courtyard behind St. Vitus. Now deconsecrated, it serves as a concert hall. In the chapel on the right of the presbytery is the tomb of St. Ludmila, the first Czech saint.
Moving into the third courtyard of the castle you’ll face one of Europe’s great Gothic cathedrals. St. Vitus is the spiritual heart of the nation as the mausoleum of Bohemian kings and the city’s greatest landmark. Work on the present cathedral was start
One of the newer permanent exhibitions at Prague Castle, the Treasury is the largest in the country and one of the most significant church treasuries in Central Europe. Highlights include a gold coronation cross crafted during the time of Charles IV; rel