Located in Lesser Town in Prague (not to be confused with the Church of St. Nicholas in Old Town Square), the Church of St Nicholas is the most famous Baroque church in Prague. It represents a magnificent example of stunning baroque architecture, intricate frescoes, and classical sculptures. In the church, you’ll find enormous frescoes as well as an organ system with more than 4,000 pipes, which was once played by Mozart. The church has an active parish and also hosts more than 200 concerts per year.
Czechia (Czech Republic)
1 – 2 hours
Accessibility Level – Medium
Czech koruna (Kč)
Free – 100 CZK
Malostranské nám., Malá Strana, 118 00 Prague 1, Czechia
Czech (official) and English
Teens, Adults, Seniors
- Adults: 100 CZK
- Seniors 65+ yrs: 65 CZK
- Children and Students 10 – 26 years: 60 CZK (Student ID required from students)
- Children under 10 years (accompanied by an adult person): Free
- Disabled persons: Free
Tickets for visits are only available in the cash office of the church. Payments in cash (CZK only) or credit card.
There’s no unassisted access with a wheelchair, but staff can help with prior notice on the church website. You can listen to organ, church music concerts during special events. Climb to the second floor for a closer look at the ceiling paintings.
Spectacular Baroque cathedral, with plenty of historical information.
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