The Prague Castle complex will reopen to the public on May 25, 2020, as part of a relaxing of anti-coronavirus measures. The interiors will be open daily from 10.00 to 18.00.
The government had originally planned to open all such facilities on June 8.
During the weekend from May 29 to June 1, you can visit for free:
– Cathedral of St Vitus, Wenceslaus, and Adalbert (last entrance into the Great South Tower 20 minutes before the closing time)
– The Old Royal Palace (including the exposition “The History of Prague Castle”)
– Basilica of St. George
– Rosenberg Palace
– Golden Lane
– Exhibition at Queen Anne’s Summer Palace
In 2018, over 2.4 million tourists visited the Prague Castle and its St. Vitus Cathedral. Discounts are available for children under 16, students or seniors over 65, while children under the age of 6 and disabled people, among others, can have access the whole complex for free.
Other state castles, and chateaux are opening also on May 25. Visitors will allow to enter the public buildings in compliance with strict hygiene rules.
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