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Reviewed yesterday

This place represents an important part of Czech history and culture. It's located on a hill with great view. The cathedral, the cemetery where famous Czech figures were buried, the park, the theater, monuments, shops, cafe... You can either go there to learn about history...More

Thank seabirdbeachlover
Reviewed yesterday

Vysehrad is a wonderful park with monuments, walking paths, a cathedral, sculptures, a cemetery, great views of Prague and much, much more. You could easily spend days wandering here.

Thank v0yageur22
Reviewed 3 days ago

You need to set aside at least half a day to take in all of Vysehrad Fortress, its castle, the grounds, the cemetery Slavin and the cultural monument, it is truly a wonderful place to will away the hours. This place is stepped in history...More

Thank BreezeRidge3
Reviewed 1 week ago

Very nice walking with wonderfull view to big oart of Prague including Prague castle. Amazing church is there. You can take a rest there, enjoy restaurants opposite of church or open air theatre in the evening

Thank Šárka R
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Easy to find on the tram no. 14 and gives a fab view across Prague. Very picturesque place to go and lovely inside and out.

Thank MrsBsTravels
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

You can easily access the castle. We took from Florenc area (Teznov station) tram No 14 and stopped to Ostrcilovo Námesti. We walked almost 10 minutes and we entered the castle area. Nice park, great view, few tourists and an unforgettable walk. You can also...More

Thank Mil K
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

First thing I will say is I was unsure where to review this as when I was in Prague it was referred to as Vysehrad castle and it seems to be the same place as the trip advisor listed attraction Vysehrad Park. Either way I...More

Thank ktm76
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is one of the "secondary" tourist attractions in Prague but one we enjoyed as much as any other if not more than the places where the throngs of tourists go to. This is a fortress dating back to many centuries. Even without knowing all...More

Thank Michael K
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

A very nice spot to just roam about and appreciate the views of Prague. No where near the same level of tourists as at the Castle or in the City. A short walk from the Metro and well signposted to get there. I didn't visit...More

Thank David W
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is my #1 recommendation for friends visiting Prague. It has many, varied things to offer. The large park offers a nice area for walking, with wonderful views along the fortification walls. You get a very different perspective of the city than the "other" Prague...More

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Petru V
3 February 2018|
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Response from Joni L | Reviewed this property |
I didn’t spend that much time there, I walked the cemetery, I saw the gothic cave and quietly came in the last bit of service! It is totally worth it to go and see! The hill is steep, but if I can do it seriously anyone... More
Palak A
18 August 2017|
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Response from Wolfik | Reviewed this property |
Hi Palak A, whole area is free. Paid are guided tours and Basilic entrance. For tour booking and more information I recommend to visit official Vyšehrad website. (just google "official vysehrad website" - sadly Tripadvisor... More
Palak A
18 August 2017|
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Response from Petra D | Reviewed this property |
The church cost about 50Kr. to get in and you pay before entering. This isn't a castle so much as an old sort of fortified town I'd say...