daily at 14:00
One of the oldest residences in Prague situated above the river Vltava, emblazoned with legends of old Czech mythology.
Castle built on rock Vyšehrad, originally called Chrasten, was founded in the 10th century. Time of the greatest glory of Vyšehrad was in the 11th st. when it became the seat of the first Czech king Vratislav I. After 1364 St. Peter and Paul cathedral was reconstructed. Archaeological survey in the church uncovered foundations of the Romanesque apse, which belonged to the basilica that dates after 1070.
In the previous century, a cemetery was built here, where famous personalities of Czech cultural and political life are buried, among other, musical composers Bedřich Smetana, Antonín Dvořák and the world-famous writer Karel Čapek.
On request it is also possible to visit the Vyšehrad catacombs (entrance is not included in the tour price).
transfer from DC Service office /your hotel in the city centre to Vyšehrad
St. Peter and Paul cathedral and Vyšehradský cemetery entrances
groups over 20 persons: price on request
Prices are available on request.