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This ticket has the following options that you can choose from:
This ticket has the following options you can choose from:
Vltava River Cruise
This ticket has the following options that you can choose from:
Astronomical Clock Tower
Zoom past the long ticketing queues to begin your adventure as these skip-the-line tickets guarantee your access to Prague Castle. Explore the collection of museums, galleries, and cultural treasures of the magnificent castle as this ticket grants entrance to the interior buildings. Step into the times of Franz Kafka as you visit the house connected with his life.
Add a cherry on top of your visit to Prague Castle with the skip-the-line guided tour tickets. Get to know the castle's legends and its interesting rich history from a trained guide as you get fast access to culturally significant sites like St. Vitus Cathedral, St. George’s Basilica, the Old Royal Palace, and get admire the awe-inspiring views from the Vladislav Hall.
With this guided tour explore Prague Castle & other notable sites in its surroundings like Old Town, Charles Bridge, and Astronomical Clock. Skip the long ticketing queues to the attraction and get to know about the illustrious history of the sites as you walk down the historical streets of Old Town in Prague or marvel at the panoramic views from the tram.
There’s more to Prague’s history than just Prague Castle. With these tickets, get a hassle-free entry to multiple sites along with the Prague Castle, and get to soak up the beautiful gothic architecture of the Astronomical Clock, or have an amazing experience at the Vlatva River Cruise. These time-saving combos let you skip past the long ticket queues to admire the architecture and artwork of attractions and save your money at the same time.
Experience the best that Prague has to offer in a guided 3-hour city walking tour of the city. Get acquainted with the notable sights in the oldest historic neighborhood in the city of Prague and get to know about its rich history from an expert guide takes you through the city’s rich history and legends. Enjoy an exciting tram ride through Prague’s historic center to the beautiful Prague Castle as you come across the ancient bridges, enchanting spires, and hilltop castles of the historic city.
Visitors will get a full refund on their tickets on cancelation 24 hours before the scheduled date. Visitors can make avail themselves of the discount offers on the ticket price for infants, children, students, and senior citizens by providing valid ID proofs. Make sure to check the details on the ticket before purchasing for further details.
In one of the oldest structures of the Castle Quarter, you will come across buildings and structures designed in the Gothic and Renaissance architectural styles. It was used as the king’s palace from the 13th century to the 16th century, before which the Czech princesses used it.
The hall used to act as the scene of royal state purposes like coronation festivals, banquets, and knight’s tournaments. It still fulfills a similar role as it is used for state affairs like presidential elections and ceremonial gatherings on important occasions of the state.
Considered the most important temple in Prague, it also happens to be the largest one. Along with being the site of religious services and coronation ceremonies of kings and queens, it also served as the burial palace for several sains, archbishops and noblemen.
Only a part of the original structure has been preserved as the Basilica has undergone several reconstructions, restorations, and enlargements throughout history. It is the second church in the complex and happens to be the oldest one but currently serves as a concert hall.
It is a charming cobblestoned street in the north-eastern corner of the Castle and is lined with tiny 16th-century houses. The street is a historic reminder of the small-scale architecture of the Castle as it originated after the construction of the northern wall of the Prague Castle.
It is an incomplete 100-meter high 15th-century tower known for its iconic bell Zikmund, which also happens to be the largest bell in the Czech Republic. Although the 287 steps to the top can be taxing for most tourists, the view offered from the top is worth all the effort.
Prague Castle Grounds: 6 AM to 10 PM (whole week)
Historical Buildings Timings:
April 1 to October 31: 9 AM to 5 PM
November 1 to March 31: 9 AM to 4 PM
Closed On: Dec 24
St. Vitus Cathedral opens at 12 PM on Sunday.
The last entrance is always 30 minutes before closing time. Please check the opening times before visiting, as it may vary due to season or maintenance work.
Best Time To Visit: Avoid the crowds at noon. Visit 15 to 20 minutes before the historical building opens- 8:40 AM.
Address: Hradčany, 119 08 Prague 1, Czechia
By Tram: No 22 & 23. The nearest station is Pražský hrad, from which the 2nd Courtyard of the Prague Castle is a 5 min walk.
Alternate Tram Route: No 22 & 23. Get down at Pohořelec instead of Pražský hrad and enjoy a scenic 10 minute down the hill walk to the Castle via Courtyard IV.
By Metro: Line A (Green). Nearest station Malostranská, which is a 7 minute 500m walk to the Castle.
There are multiple entrances to Prague Castle. Choose the one that suits you the most as each of the routes has something unique to offer:
Prague Cruises: Enjoy a beautiful boat ride on gorgeous Vltava River through the historic city of Prague.
Old Towns Square: It is an 11-minute drive by car from the palace and is home to several historic buildings like the Church of Our Lady before Týn.
Charles Bridge: Originally called the Stone Bridge, it is a medieval-styled stone bridge built over the Vltava river. It is a short 14-minute walk from Prague Castle.
National Museum: It is a 15-minute drive from the Castle and is home to several greatest archaeological discoveries of Czech Egyptologists, art, and historical works.
Astronomical Clock: It was first installed in 1410 on the Old Town Hall. The medieval astronomical clock is a 16-minute drive from the Castle.
A. Yes, you can buy Prague Castle tickets online. Buying tickets online saves time and helps you book your slot in advance which is helpful as tickets tend to get sold out.
A. Prague Castle tickets are priced as per the features and facilities the tour offers. The cheapest ticket to Prague Castle is priced €16. You can get further details on the Prague Castle tickets page.
A. Yes, the Prague Castle tour is open.
A. Yes, it is completely safe to go for Prague Castle tours post COVID-19. The tours are being held following the safety norms and precautions. Visitors are expected to follow the valid regulations and covid safety measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
A. You can get a full refund on canceling the tickets up to 24 hours before the schedule. Please check the details before you make your reservation.
A. Yes, discounts are available on Prague Castle tickets. Please check the tickets for further details.
A. Buying online Prague Castle tickets is the smartest way to plan your trip. This way, you can book your slot in advance and buy interesting combo tickets at amazing discounts without standing in long queues.
A. You can get a full refund on canceling the tickets up to 24 hours before the schedule.
A. Yes, Prague Castle tickets include skip-the-line access.
A. Yes, guided tours are available for Prague Castle along with several other features and combos. Choose your ticket as per your needs.
A. If you want to make the best of your visit, try to reach Prague Castle around before 8:40 AM. The historical buildings open at 9 but the Castle grounds open at 6 AM. You can spend a bit of time in the ground before you start exploring the historical sites. Plan on early morning visits if you want to avoid the crowd. People start gathering around noon.