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Vysehrad National Cultural Monument

V pevnosti 16/2, Prague 128 00, Czech Republic
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Reviewed July 16, 2015

Unlike many places in Prague, this one still feels authentic. Very nice park, super-old cathedral and fortress, great view of Vltava river and center of Prague. You can get the idea on their web: http://www.praha-vysehrad.cz/lang/l2. Also a great beer garden (very modest / real stuff...More

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Reviewed July 15, 2015

Not listed in many tours, but it has church, fort, cemetery, statues, park, restaurant and great views.

1  Thank Laiq D
Reviewed July 15, 2015 via mobile

So today I went to Vysehrad and it was a great way to spend the morning. It's not too large so to walk around it took me a couple of hours really but I did take my sweet time seeing every viewpoint and building the...More

Thank Rainey B
Reviewed July 15, 2015

A brilliant place to go to and the views of the city have to be experienced. It's cut away from the rest of the city - use the train to get here. It's 10 minutes from the Vysehrad train station and a very pleasant walk....More

Thank ssavadhany
Reviewed July 12, 2015 via mobile

Great place for a day out! lovely and peaceful. Great if you like 'historical' tours but also if you are into walks in the park. Can't miss it!

Thank Aggye
Reviewed July 12, 2015

Set a couple of miles from the centre of the city, this place isn't the easiest to get to (a climb or a taxi ride) but is amazing when you get there. It is a large open space with very few people around. An impressive...More

1  Thank DaveSwin
Reviewed July 11, 2015

Lots to see up there. Feels like the real history of Prague. When I was there they had a wedding at the cathedral. The cemetery is one of the coolest I've ever seen (the one at the Jewish Quarter was pretty cool, but other than...More

Thank Leslied2
Reviewed July 10, 2015

I went to Vysehrad on my first afternoon in Prague, and I'm definitely glad I did! The entire fortress area is really beautiful and offers unbeatable views of the city. I picked up a magnet in one of the small shops - and it was...More

Thank 314Kate_S1991
Reviewed July 10, 2015 via mobile

Of all the things we did in Prague, I liked this best. Quiet, peaceful, historic. The basilica and the cemetery are well worth a look, so is the exhibition of the historic fort. Great views of the Vltava up and downstream. Not heaving with tourists.

Thank David W
Reviewed July 9, 2015

Though this is quite south of the other tourist sites, you can reach the gate via tram or by walking. The hike up the hill to the church and park are well worth the effort as you can see all up and down the Vltava...More

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Palak A
August 18, 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
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Palak A
August 18, 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...
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pearl723
February 11, 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
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