Prague Castle is celebrating the arrival of spring and the end of coronavirus restrictions by inviting visitors worldwide to take a free tour of their grounds. Don’t miss this unique opportunity and save the date: Saturday, May 14, 2022.  What to expect from the opening day at Prague Castle? Prague Castle is not only the largest castle globally; it is a vast complex of historical and cultural attractions. On its premises, you can find St. Vitus Cathedral, Old Royal Place, St. George’s Basilica, Rozmberk Palace, Golden Lane, the Chapel of the Holy Cross, and a museum devoted to the story of Prague Castle.  One day is definitely not enough time to see all the beauty of the complex and perceiveRead more.

Zlatá ulička dates back to the 15th century when the brand-new northern fence area was established in the Prague Castle. That area consisted of various modest dwellings that are the last evidence of the small building in the complex. In the north area, the majority of castle archers or goldsmiths were inhabiting there. That is why the street’s name became ‘golden.’  Originally, Zlatá ulička had buildings on both sides. Unfortunately, one side was removed at the beginning of the 19th century.  During the Second World War, the houses were empty, and no one was living there. In 1950, the street was colored in diversified colors, which give it a unique and bright view.  Significance of houses As you might guess,Read more.

Prague Castle, the largest castle complex in the world, is a delight to photographers and other artists for its perfect location on a hill overlooking Prague’s medieval architecture. The castle started out as a small fortress, on high and easily defensible terrain. The Vltava has an ugly tendency to flood periodically, and when it does, it wreaks havoc upon the buildings and bridges in its way. Prague Castle, being on the hill, is impervious to such whims of nature. The first building in the castle complex was the Church of the Virgin Mary, in the 9th century AD. In the 10th century, Vratislaus I founded the Church of St. George, in which the remains of his mother, St. Ludmila, wouldRead more.