"St Vitus' Cathedral" St. Vitus' Cathedral Tip by Vcela

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

Probably Prague's most impressive and important church and certainly the largest, with the religious use of the site dating back to at least the 10th century. Home to the remains of saints, kings and bishops.

Constrained within the courtyards of the castle this impressive building seems held back from proclaiming its full glory. The architecture is superb inside and out. On a rainy day check out the gargoyles doing their job. The important St Wencelas Chapel is to be found here as are the Czech coronation jewels.

Address: Hradcany, Prague 1
Directions: Prague Castle
Phone: 420 224 373 368
Website: http://www.katedralasvatehovita.cz/en

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  • Written May 6, 2004
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