The Best Sights & Attractions of Prague, Czech Republic

Guide to Visiting Inside Prague Castle…

The Castle is large, and they will give you a map to navigate the grounds. There are four main parts of Prague Castle: The Old Royal Palace, St. Vitus Cathedral, St. George’s Basilica, and the Golden Lane. The Old Royal Palace is full of grand rooms and some small art exhibitions. St. George’s Basilica is one of my favorite parts of Prague Castle, it has a beautiful red exterior and inside you will find a church that has been in existence for over 1000 years. Vitus Cathedral is THE highlight of Prague Castle. It is the first place that you see during your visit. It has beautiful stained glass and is the burial site of many patron saints. The last part of Prague castle is the Golden Lane. It is fun to explore this medieval neighborhood. Walk throughout all of the houses and see the barracks with old weapons on display. Be careful on the narrow stairwells and low clearance doorways. Once you walk out of the Golden Lane, there’s a lookout of the city. Near this lookout, there is a tunnel that leads downwards which will bring you to an old prison. It is extremely ominous and you can see some real medieval torture devices.

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