Information about historic monuments in Prague
The Prague Castle is undoubtedly the most important historical monument in Czechia. It has been the seat of political and religious power since the 9th century and consists of a very large complex of palaces, churches, courtyards and gardens overlooking the Prague panorama.
The seat of the Prague Archbishopric, St Vitus Cathedral is the city’s most important Gothic building, located in the middle of the Prague Castle complex. Built over several centuries, it contains many artistic treasures.
Built at the beginning of the 20th century, Prague’s Municipal House boasts an exuberant and grandiose decoration. A multi-purpose building, it boasts two restaurants and a renowned café, an American bar, the great Smetana Concert Hall and numerous ceremonial rooms decorated by the greatest artists of the time.