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Lobkowicz Palace and Prague Castle Entrance Tickets

1. Lobkowicz Palace and Prague Castle Entrance Tickets

Explore the majestic Lobkowicz Palace at Prague Castle on an informative and entertaining tour. The audio guide is narrated by members of the Lobkowicz family. Wander around the 22 art-laden rooms at your own leisure gawking at the world-famous art and historical artifacts. Marvel at paintings by Canaletto and Velázquez, see musical scores written by Mozart and Beethoven, and take delight in centuries-old decorative arts.  Discover the highlights at Prague Castle. Visit St. Vitus Cathedral, the biggest church in Prague. See the Old Royal Palace, the original seat of the Czech kingdom. Explore St. George´s Basilica and Golden Lane, the picture-perfect alleyway of cottages that once housed the Castle´s servants, goldsmiths, and soldiers.

Lobkowicz Palace Ticket & Audio Guide

2. Lobkowicz Palace Ticket & Audio Guide

Explore the history of Europe through the perspective of the Lobkowicz family collections at the Lobkowicz Palace in the Prague Castle complex. Tour with an audio guide in your preferred language to see pieces of international significance in the museum's 22 galleries, making it the largest, and oldest, private collection in Central Europe. Discover masterpieces by Canaletto, Brueghel the Elder, and Velazquez. Take in the impressive display of family and royal portraits, porcelain ceramics, and rare decorative arts from the 16th-20th centuries. See military and sporting rifles from the 16th-18th centuries, and music-related offerings, including instruments and original scores and manuscripts from Beethoven and Mozart, such as Beethoven's 4th and 5th symphonies and Mozart's re-orchestration of Handel's Messiah. Learn the 600-year story of the Lobkowiczes, as narrated by 2 generations of the family and the Chief Curator of the collections, and hear the dramatic story of how the family lost everything and got it back - twice. Upgrade your tour to include entrance to a classical music concert, starting at 1 PM daily.

Midday Concert at Lobkowicz Palace

3. Midday Concert at Lobkowicz Palace

Enjoy a feast for your ears, and listen to classical music brought to life by a group of professional musicians at Lobkowicz Palace in the Prague Castle complex. The midday concert takes place in the 17th-century Baroque Concert Hall, where the painted stucco ceilings will have you in raptures. One of the most important cultural sites of the Czech Republic, Lobkowicz Palace is the only privately owned building in the castle complex. The concert program varies from day-to-day, but invariably includes solo and ensemble pieces by Baroque composers such as Bach and Vivaldi, alongside great 19th-century Czech composers, including Dvořák and Smetana. Add a touch of romance to your day with this aural experience that is also a delight for the eyes. Concert program: M. A. Charpentier - Te Deum A. Vivaldi - Allegro (From Four Seasons) Philipp Hyacinth Lobkowicz - Suite in C major W. A. Mozart - Turkische Marsch Ch. W. Gluck - Pizzicato L. van Beethoven - For Elise J. J. Benda - Grave Piéce for Flute solo G. Bizet - Carmen Fantasie A. Dvořák - Valse B. Smetana - Vltava C. Debussy - The Girl with flaxen hair C. Debussy - Danse bohémienne W. A. Mozart - Vivat Bacchus

Prague City 3-Hour Tour with Changing of the Guard

4. Prague City 3-Hour Tour with Changing of the Guard

This tour provides a fantastic opportunity to see the main historical sights and monuments in Prague - including the popular changing of the guards ceremony at Prague Castle - within the space of 3 hours.  Embark on a sightseeing tour of Prague, which Bernard Bolzano once dubbed the 'city of a hundred towers'. You'll begin by the Estates Theater in the Old Town, which hosted the premiere of Mozart’s opera Don Giovanni. You'll pass the National Theater, enjoying a marvelous panoramic view of Prague Castle, the Charles Bridge, Rudolfinum - home to the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, the Powder Gate, Wenceslas Square, the center of New Town - where Czech history was written, Charles Square, and the renowned Dancing House. Then, you'll cross the Jirásek Bridge into the enchanting Lesser Quarter, where you'll admire Saint Nicholas Church. The first part of the tour takes place on a minibus. Afterwards, you'll walk along Prague Castle, which once housed the offices of Czech kings. Soldiers from the elite Prague Castle Guard will welcome you at the gates of Prague Castle. You'll get to watch the ceremonial changing of the guard, which includes fanfare and a flag ceremony. You'll visit Saint Vitus Cathedral, where the Czech Crown Jewels are kept and King Charles IV, father of the nation, is buried. In Lobkowicz Palace, you can stop to enjoy a refreshing, delicious cup of coffee in a beautiful historic café. Afterwards, you'll walk down to Malostranske Square, where a minibus will be waiting for you. You'll pass through the Jewish Quarter, seeing the oldest synagogue in Europe along the way, and arrive in the Old Town Square, one of the oldest marketplaces in Prague. There, you'll see historic Town Hall and complete the tour at the world-famous Astronomical Clock, which dates back to 1410.

Prague: 2.5-Hour Sightseeing Tour

5. Prague: 2.5-Hour Sightseeing Tour

On this tour discover Prague's city center while visiting historic neighborhoods including the Old Town, Lesser Town, and the former Jewish ghetto. Walk across the famous Charles Bridge, admire the homage displayed at the John Lennon Wall, and explore the Prague Castle complex.  Get to know the city's tumultuous and interesting 20th-century history from your guide. Meander through the alleyways of Prague to discover places associated with the events that took place in the pivotal year of 1989. Learn about the rise and fall of communism in Central Europe and the resulting refugee crisis in which East German citizens fled through Poland and Hungary to the West German Embassy in Prague. Visit the German Embassy to see where Hans-Dietrich Genscher made his memorable speech.

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What people are saying about Lobkowicz Palace

Overall rating

4.2 / 5

based on 3,228 reviews

It was a great activity to do! We arrived at 11am and finished everything around 3pm so it's well worth a day trip. At the reception desk of the palace we had no problem with the tickets and we received extra explanation about what exactly we could visit with our tickets and what we could do extra.

Lobkowicz was an interesting exhibition and there was a good audioguide in English. The castle was interesting too, there was a lot to see.

Prague Castle is always worth a visit, except in the summer when it gets way too crowded. Nonetheless, very interesting and recommended.

Definitely worth a visit. Take your time, there is so much to see and you have a great view over the city.

Amazing concert, very intimate atmosphere in an incredibly beautiful room.