"St Vitus Cathedral (Chram sv Vitus)" St. Vitus' Cathedral Tip by bugalugs

St. Vitus' Cathedral, Prague: 328 reviews and 578 photos

  St Vitus Cathedral
by bugalugs

A huge and very impressive cathedral and it is situated in the 2nd courtyard opposite the tourist information office. The first stone was laid by Emperor Charles IV in 1344 but the triple doorways at the entrance were not actually fitted until 1948-53 and was the last part of this huge building to be built.

It is here that the coronations of Czech kings and queens have taken place.

Address: Katedrala sv. Vita, Vaclava a Vojtecha
Directions: Prague Castle
Phone: 420 224 373 368
Website: http://www.katedralasvatehovita.cz/en

Review Helpfulness: 3.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Written Feb 28, 2005
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