Very nice parkland, monument church and grounds to explore. We walked from Prague 1 to the fortress and thoroughly enjoyed the stroll, stopping for a drink and a walk back. Really nice relaxed few hours.
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This is a lovely place to spend a couple of hours. The castle grounds have some chapels and a church to see. There are views to the river and to the city. It is easy to get to. The Red line stop Vysehrad and then...More
You can get here on the tram or metro but a (cheap) taxi took us right to the front gate. The first thing we stumbled upon, to the delight of the kids, was a terrific wooden-style playground. The highlight then was a walk around the...More
This castle is not shown in most of the tourist maps and therefore, you will be one of the few people visiting this beautiful place with a nice overview over the city.
Will you want to see a beautiful church and cemetery, amazing views and to go an excursion to casemates? Then you need to visit Vyshehrad! This is one of the oldest places in Prague. It is allocated a little bit aside from the main tourist...More
Our concierge recommended this place and we're glad she did a quick metro ride and walk to see a beautiful church ( paid to get it ) and beautiful cemetery, amazing views and a fantastic underground tour. Our tour guide was amazing just myself and...More
It is consider to be the second oldest area in Prague. There are plenty of stories written about this castle. I do recommend to see it not just the castle but also the national cemetary where are burried famous people such composer Bedřich Smetana and...More
I am both amazed, and quite happy, that Vysehrad is a little known gem of a place to visit. Prague castle gets the attention and tourists, but Vysehrad is where it’s at. Beautiful gardens and streets to stroll through, cute cafes, and incredible cultural landmarks...More
This is a worthwhile destination. The location provides great views of the city and river. The cemetary graves are decorated with ornate statues, cooper busts and a variety of other decorations. There is a small fee to enter the church and this provided a nice...More
The cemetery!!! isn't just about tombstones, but encapulizations of lives that stare back at you or make statements. If you like sculpture, this is the most diverse, beautiful place in Prague. I had to make a trek to see Antonin Dvorak's site (on the wall...More