Archbishop's Palace is located in close proximity to Prague Castle. Archbishop's Palace was founded in the 16th Century and to date has undergone many alterations. Large three-storey palace, located on an irregularly-shaped, elongated lot of land, is one of the most important LateBaroque buildings in Prague. It is composed of four wings of the main building enclosing the courtyard, covered by a two-storey bridge that divides the inner-courtyard into two parts. Another courtyard is located between the main building and the consistory, and finally, the fourth courtyard, surrounded by agricultural buildings, is located on the north side of the complex. The main facade has preserved its Early Baroque character; the facade is dominated by the Early Baroque main entrance portal and Late Baroque lateral portals.
The Archbishop's Palace in Prague is the current seat of the archbishops of Prague. The Baroque building is located in hradčanské square nearby the main gate of Prague Castle. From the north side of the Palace down deer moat and on the Western side passage to the Šternberského Palace.
Space is located on the second floor of the Archbishop's Palace, is available by a wide staircase, there is also a lift. These are the six interconnected rooms plus two lounges. Maximum capacity is 250 people.
Parking are a few metres from the palace. Are not free.
Capacity for reception
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