There are so many churches and synagogues in the city center, and you can't help but wonder who can use them all! Saint Nicholas is located on the main square, and its style is relatively mild by Baroque standards. The inside of the church is a small but solid upright cone. There are no tickets here, but like many religious buildings, concerts are also held here. The organ is a feature, but given the size of the St Giles Church in Husova, these are nothing.
/Church/ This masterpiece built by the architects Dientzenhofer father and son is one of the most beautiful Baroque churches in Central Europe. With its majestic dome, its bell tower and its undulating facade with dynamic lines, the church dominates the whole district. Inside, a vast fresco, gigantic sculptures, golden altarpieces, countless paintings, wooden decorative details.
Overall, this is a great place to visit.Parking: n/aSubway: Staroměstská on Line A (green)Entrance cost: FreeTime cost: Less than a hour to walk aroundSt Nicoholas is a beautiful baroque church located in Old Town Prague (praha 1). It was built in the 18th century. Hours are from 10am to 4pm. Tip: They have evening concerts.Enjoy the architecture - Look up and take pictures.Overall, a great free place to check out baroque architecture. I would recommend.
One of the most beautiful churches in Prague. It's situated close to the river at the foot of the Prague Hills.
Very beautiful church! Note they there is a small entry fee and it can be crowded at times.