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Prague Castle Walking Tour Including Admission Tickets
$41.86 per adult
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III. Nadvori 48/2 Prague Castle, Prague 119 01 Czech Republic
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Prague Ghosts and Legends of Old Town Walking Tour
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Prague Ghosts and Legends of Old Town Walking Tour

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Take a walk through the shadows of Prague on a haunted history tour that reveals the city’s sinister side. Follow a guide along the cobblestone lanes and through lamp-lit squares of the UNESCO-listed old town, passing by the sites of murders, crimes, alchemy, ghost sightings, and other unsolved mysteries. It's a spooky way to kick off an evening in one of the oldest parts of town.
$19.14 per adult
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Rene D wrote a review Oct 22
50 contributions16 helpful votes
Superb Cathedral. The interior is even more impressive than the exterior, with beautiful old, and recent, stained glass windows.
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Date of experience: December 2019
clare323 wrote a review Oct 22
Surrey, United Kingdom45 contributions21 helpful votes
Stunning piece or history maintained to perfection. This is worth a trip with the castle as well and be prepared to spend most of the day here. Go early to beat the traffic of tourists and go on your own.
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Date of experience: March 2020
Wenovo wrote a review Sep 2020
Morris County, New Jersey2,100 contributions6,802 helpful votes
600 years in the making. One of the most beautiful Cathedrals in the world. I have visited many times over the years and can't help but wish sometimes for the old times, when the area was less crowded. Those old times, when I came to attend a classical concert in the Cathedral many years ago, remain a wonderful memory. Peoples opinions differ, whether it is worth it to buy a ticket. If you have the time and money, don't miss it. The Mucha stained glass window. The solid silver (tons of pure silver ) St. John Nepomuk tomb . The king Wenceslas Chapel. The amazing architecture. Attending Sunday mass is free. The doors close at the start. It is an unforgettable experience. My husband and I stayed in the hotel Savoy close by, for the first part of our trip. That made it much easier to select the most convenient time to sightsee the whole Castle area and selectively avoid the crowds .... We come back time and time again ....
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Date of experience: October 2019
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candriac wrote a review Sep 2020
Sarasota, Florida58 contributions10 helpful votes
This is an amazing cathedral inside Prague Castle complex. The stained glass windows are exquisite. Interesting history and artifacts inside with information plaques. I’ve been to many cathedrals in Europe, but this one is extra special.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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mlorahga wrote a review Sep 2020
Augusta, Georgia1,303 contributions156 helpful votes
Prague Castle was once heavily fortified with walls and a moat. However, it is more palace today than castle. The Czech President still lives in the palace and there is a beautiful cathedral in the complex. St. Vitus Cathedral is where Saint (King) Wenceslaus is buried. The cathedral, started in the 1300's was not finished until the late 1800's. Construction was halted for over 400 years because of the Protestant Reformation. This Catholic Cathedral was finished by town authorities and paid for by corporate donations.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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