L'Ancien Palais royal (en tchèque : Starý královský palác), est un bâtiment du château de Prague, à Prague, en République tchèque. Construit à compter de 1135, il servit de palais au roi en personne du XIIIe siècle au XVIe siècle. Ses étages inférieurs accueillent depuis une exposition permanente intitulée Histoire du château de Prague, qui présente donc l'histoire du château. Une salle remarquable est la salle Vladislav, dotée d'une impressionnante voûte gothique.
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Charlotte Balcombe | févr. 16, 2018
Stunning views. Look over Prague and see into the distance. The castle itself is majestic and the stain glass windows are regal. The cafes are reasonably priced however you do need to pay for the use of the bathrooms.
Lora Naydenova | déc. 27, 2017
Nothing particularly interesting. Definitely overrated and not worth the queueing. Make sure you buy tickets in advance if you really want to see it. Staff is very slow and rude on top of all this.
Igor Gomes Bravio | nov. 28, 2017
Not impressive. You pay 250-350 czk for entry. Written explanation at exhibits is mostly abscent so you would depent on the audioguide (350 czk) or a real guide (100czk/person - minimum 4) for this, but the availability of these are very limited. We were rudely told that there is no guide or audioguide available. Rooms have limited exhibits with as I said no explanation. The cathedrals are nice, but again no explanation if you have no guide.
Tania Queuche | janv. 1, 2018
Lower than my expectations. The "royal palace" is visited very quickly, and there is no written explanation.
Sharath Kotebylu | sept. 19, 2017
Just the name says royal but there is nothing royal in this so called palace. On top of it, photography is prohibited (even it was allowed I wouldn't taken much photos anyway). Avoid if you are in hurry and not much interested in history.
Jonathan Lindström | mai 11, 2018
Great view over the old town of Prague. Great for areal pictures. A lot of people here during midday, you'll do best to visit in the morning or late afternoon. There is a security checkpoint to get inside the castle area, the cue might seem long but it's quite fast. A few cafes and restaurants in the area but almost none takes credit cards so make sure to bring some cash. If you want to go inside you'll do best to buy your tickets before to avoid the lines.
Konstantin Treshchev | avr. 12, 2018
Historic old Royal palace. Has nice views from the balconies, inside mostly empty spaces.
Marc Albert | juin 17, 2018
How often do you get a chance to walk around in an authentic Gothic palace. The main hall has beautiful helical vaults and is used today for political ceremonies. You can see the room where one of the (the second?) defenestration occurred. It was a lot of fun.
Michael Romero | juil. 29, 2018
I really enjoyed the old royal palace and seeing the different views of Prague from the castle. The throne room and to see the royal jewels is a really cool experience but it will probably be crowded. There is a stairway to a second floor where there are several family crest frescos.
Rich Singer | juil. 3, 2018
I lowered as due to their bs I got no value out of 800 worth of tickets -- Very poorly administered. Food was abysmal and double the outside price. Audio guide at 35 euros a complete rip off. Best path is do a guided tour for only 100 czk. This gets you admission to church and a little more. Garden and outside walking around is free. The exhibit on the story of the castle was good and can be purchased separately. Their entrance packages are redundant with the above and a complete rip.
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