Vyšehrad is a fort in the Czech capital city, Prague. The fort is situated on one of the hills in Prague, it is thought to date back to the 10th century. The Basilica of St Peter and Paul and the Vyšehrad Cemetery are situated within the fort. It also contains one of Prague's oldest surviving buildings, the Rotunda of St Martin from the 11th century. The fort contains different architectural styles such as Romanesque, Gothics, Neo-Gothic and Baroque.
You can get to the fort by using the public transport system of the city. Metro stop ‘Vyšehrad’ is a short walk away. By tram, get on any tram that stops at ‘Výtoň’ which is a short walk away from the fort.
Opening Times and Admission
The fort is open to visitors daily, 9.30am-6pm. The fort is made up of different buildings and some of these buildings run their own pricing scheme for a look around.