The basilica was founded in 920 by Vratislaus I of Bohemia. It is, in fact, the second oldest church in Prague and belongs to the best preserved Romanesque sights in the country. Interestingly, it is home to tombs of many members of the royal Premyslid dynasty.
From 1975, it is a part of the National Gallery and it has housed many fine examples of Bohemian Art from the 19th century. It is now used as a short-term exhibition space and a concert hall.
Located right next to Saint Vitus Cathedral, it is only a short walk from Lesser Town.
Part of the Prague Castle complex A and B tours.
Adults: 350 CZK
Students, children, seniors: 175 CZK
Adults: 250 CZK
Students, children, seniors: 125 CZK
Phone +420 224 372 434
Address Jiřská 222/33, 119 00 Prague 5-Hradčany, Czech Republic
Coordinates 50°5'28.346" N 14°24'9.258" E