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Lobkowicz Palace

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Lobkowicz Palace

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Jirska, 3 Prague Castle, Prague 119 00 Czech Republic
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LesserPrague Metro6 min
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Walking Night Tour - The Dark Shadows of the Old Town (Ghosts of Prague)
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Spend a spooky night in Prague learning about its ghost stories on this nighttime walking tour of the Old Town and Jewish Quarter. Hear eerie tales from an art-historian guide outfitted in a historically accurate Gothic outfit. Explore the dark back streets of the city and learn about Prague’s prominent monuments. Because it’s a small-group tour, you have plenty of time for questions. 
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Went here in January, surprised to find a mini Christmas market inside. Their is plenty to explore and if you're lucky you can glimpse the changing of the gaurd
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Even thought it's called a palace - it was privately owned. The Lobkowicz family has kept it for centuries. The museum costs about $12 USD per person but they had a family "pack" for $28 for two adults and two children.
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it was part of our tour but we did not get to go in. from the outside it looked big but the design and architecture is nothing special.
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I have visited the palace with high expectations, but was disappointed with the collections, however the scene from the terrace is nice, provides panoramic view of the beautiful Prague.
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Response from LobkowiczPalace, Manažer komunikace at Lobkowicz Palace
Responded Mar 8, 2020
Thank you for sharing your experience. We are glad you have enjoyed the exquisite 180° panoramic view from the terrace and the 30minute Prague Inspires Panorama Tour included with every audio guide. The concept of our museum at the Lobkowicz Palace is a family narrated audio tour, that guides visitors through the exhibition highlighting world-famous paintings by masters such as Canaletto, Brueghel the Elder, and Velázquez. Also on view are exceptional arms and armor and ceramics, including the largest surviving Delft dinner service in the world. We hope on your next visit, you can enjoy more that the museum has to offer. With kind regards, Veronika
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It was really interesting to visit the palace even though I would not call it a real palace. You can have a free audio guide and learn a lot of things about the place. Also at the end of your visit you can have a look at the beautiful panorama with a beautiful view of Prague.
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