Postcard from St Vitus’ Cathedral, Prague

Many mistake this gothic icon towering over the Prague skyline as Prague Castle, but St Vitus Cathedral is an entity all of its own – six centuries in the making.

Entry is free to the first part but you will need a ticket for full access.

For those of you who can’t yet speak Czech, you can find St Vitus in Prague 1, in the Prague Castle in the mysteriously named Castle District.

4 thoughts on “Postcard from St Vitus’ Cathedral, Prague

  1. Prague, Bratislava, Budapest are places which are on top priority. Would be thankful if you can provide your opinion along with facts and figure. Your blog is wonderful. Keep sharing more on architecture.
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    1. Thank you! I’d love to go to Budapest, but unfortunately have never been and don’t know much about it at this stage! Prague is beautiful, I’m not sure what sort of facts and figures you are after? It is quite small, the old town is very quaint and it gets very, very cold in Winter. They also use the Czech crown, which when I was there had the exchange rate of 1 euro = 25 Czech crown. I’ll try and post some more about Prague in the next few days.

      Thanks for commenting! I will be sure to check out your blog.

  2. Stunning! I will be in Prague in a few weeks for vacation. Visiting that city will be the fulfillment of a life long dream. I fell in love with it after reading The Unbearable Lightness of Being.

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