love it, such a beautiful architectural beauty
Absolutely gorgeous! The architecture and stained glass make this place stunning!
Approximately $12 will get you entrance to explore the castle and surrounding cathedrals
St vitus cathedral is the church Prague''s biggest and most important, also is the royal crown and died after the final resting place. In Prague castle in the atrium, 3 took nearly six hundred years before and after completion. This has numerous architect to the building, like a finely crafted piece of art, intriguing. Historical background st vitus cathedral was built in the 14th century, after three times of expansion, in 1929 formally completed, took nearly six hundred years before completion, imposing manner, colorful magnificent.
This is a huge Roman Catholic Cathedral in Prague, and it dominates the skyline of the city. It's a must see when exploring the castle route. This is a good free activity because the first part of the cathedral is free to enter. Inside this cathedral there is the royal mausoleum, and below that in the crypt are the royal tombs, where Czech kings and queens are interred. If you want to explore the whole cathedral though a ticket needs to be bought.
Saint Vitus Church was constructed during the mid-fourteenth century, by the great Bohemian King, Charles IV.
Worth paying to go all the way in!
Words can't truly describe the beauty and vast feeling of the sublime you will experience standing in the presence of this cathedral. As part of the Prague Castle grounds, the cathedral can be touted as part of your ticket to the castle itself. You can also opt to just enter the front and take pictures at a distance at no cost. However, it's worth the admission price. Breathtaking!