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Getting Here

The Lobkowicz Palace is located at the far eastern end of the Prague Castle complex. There are various ways you can reach us at 3 Jiřská Street.

While the most scenic way is on foot, you may also access us by using public transportation. While planning your visit, we recommend visiting the Web site www.dpp.cz to view the most current information regarding tram and metro destinations and time schedules.

By Tram
Take tram number 22 or historic tram 91 to the “Pražský hrad” (“Prague Castle”) stop. From the tram stop, it is a pleasant seven-minute walk to The Palace. Walk behind St. Vitus Cathedral, through the third courtyard, and then follow Jiřská Street downward until you see The Lobkowicz Palace on the right.

You may also use several trams and get off at the Malostranská tram stop. This stop is situated just below Prague Castle. Use the eastern Old Castle Steps and The Lobkowicz Palace will be on the left just after you pass the Prague Castle guards.

Tram numbers to the Malostranská stop are 5, 12, 18, 20, and the 22.

By Metro
Take Metro line A (the green line) to the Malostranská station. Walk up the Old Castle Steps and The Lobkowicz Palace will be on the left, just after the gate with the Prague Castle guards.



Medieval masterpieces from The Lobkowicz Collections on loan to the Benedictine Order exhibition

Two masterpieces, the Reliquary Bust of a Female Saint from Jezeří and the Procession Cross from the permanent exhibition in the Lobkowicz Palace at Prague Castle, are on loan to the Open the Gates of Paradise. The Benedictines in the Heart of Europe 800-1300 exhibition, which runs from November 6, 2014 to March 15, 2015 at Waldstein Riding School in Prague.

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