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V Pevnosti 159/5b
Praha, 128 00Česká republika

8 mentions on Trippy

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Here's what Trippy members say about Vyšehrad:

"In addition to the most popular attractions, I would highly recommend visiting the original citadel in the suburb of Vyšehrad, which commands a stunning vantage point out over the Vltava River."  See More

"Seeing Prague itself could very, very easily use up all your two days though you could, if you wish, either take the tram to Vyšehrad (where there is a fort with excellent views of the river and a churchyard full of magnificent sculptures) or take the train to Kutna Hora Main Railway Station from where you can easily walk to the Sedlec Ossuary (Bone Church"  See More

"Then you may walk to Vyšehrad, or to Letná Park for great views."  See More

"Just walk, walk, walk through all the crazy little streets, go to the two very different castles (Prague Castle and Vyšehrad), look in all the glass shops (particularly Moser) for the greatest glass ever made, buy some marionettes, and if you like jewelry amber and garnets."  See More

"The Prague Castle complex, in the northern part of the city, is of course a must do; however, I would also suggest you make your way south to Vyšehrad a citadel-type fortress that's a few hundred years older than Prague Castle, and is the original ancient core of the city."  See More

"In terms of sights, the ancient fortress grounds at Vyšehrad is a must for the views."  See More

"And you have to go to Vyšehrad castle!"  See More

"We have many old buildings including Charles Bridge, Prague Castle, Old Town Square, Vyšehrad and many other sights."  See More

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