The Metropolitan Cathedral of Saint Vitus, Wenceslaus and Adalbert or St Vitus Cathedral situated in Prague, Czech Republic, is a Roman Catholic cathedral and the spiritual symbol of the Czech state. The cathedral is owned by the Czech Government as it is situated within the Prague Castle complex. It was built from 1344 to its completion in 1929 and is a fine example of Gothic architecture. The cathedral contains the tombs of many Bohemian Kings and Holy Roman Emperors.
The cathedral is situated within the grounds of Prague Castle, access to the castle is pretty easy, it is rather large so accessible from many access points. The easiest way to get there is by the 22 tram to ‘Prazsky Hrad’. Other transport options are by either taking the metro line A or just simply walking. The cathedral towers over most of the castle so it is hard to miss.
Opening Times and Admission
The cathedral is open from 9 am to 5 pm. There is a fee to access the grounds of the castle the cathedral is situated within.