Jindrisska Tower

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  • Address: Jindřišská, 110 00 Praha 1, Czech Republic, Prague
  • Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +420-222749211
  • Ticket Price: 60 CZK
  • Tags: Landmark, Tower, Architecture

Jindrisska Tower represents Gothic style architecture by the famous architect Mocker almost perfectly. This tower is said to have the highest separate belfry in the city of Prague which is about 66 meters in height. There are about ten floors and each floor offers tourists different views that they can cherish. You are sure to enjoy a beautiful panoramic view of the entire city of Prague. You get a top view of Wenceslas Square and National Museum along with Prague castle. Jindrisska Tower is unique because a tower was built inside the tower few years ago and this makes this tower a great experience. This tower has three big bells that ring every hour offering beautiful soothing melodies. The sixth floor displays various exhibits and seventh and eighth floor will help you experience fine dining. Included in the plan for spending 7 days in Prague.

  • The tower can even be rented for special occasions.
  • The chimes in the bell tower play every hour.
  • A lift offers easy access to all levels and even wheel chair facility available.

  • Adults: 60 KA, Seniors: 30 KA
  • Children (6 to 15): 20 KA
  • Entry is free for children under six years.

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  • Jindrisska Tower Address: Jindřišská, 110 00 Praha 1, Czech Republic, Prague
  • Jindrisska Tower Contact Number: +420-222749211
  • Jindrisska Tower Timing: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm
  • Jindrisska Tower Price: 60 CZK
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  • 48.14% of people who visit Prague include Jindrisska Tower in their plan

  • 40.25% of people start their Jindrisska Tower visit around 11 AM - 12 PM

  • People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Jindrisska Tower

Thursday, Friday and Saturday

62.36% of people prefer walking in order to reach Jindrisska Tower

People normally club together Clementine and Old Jewish Cemetery while planning their visit to Jindrisska Tower.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures
  • This place is awesome! We discovered it by chance just walking along the main strip but so glad we did. Visit the top to get a great view of the city in every direction, then head downstairs to the whiskey bar to sample some fine tasting single malt. Oh, they have food as well.

  • Very nice restaurant at the top of the tower. And the price reflects that! Good views, personal service, great ambiance.

  • Enjoyed a few beers here. Food looked good too

  • Nice historical tower.

  • Jindrisska Tower (Jindrisska Vez in Czech or Henry's Tower) dates from the late Gothic era. It was constructed in 1472–1476, although has had several rebuilds and alterations since. Following a major fire in 1745, Jindrisska was rebuilt in the Baroque style. Then, in the 1870s it was reconverted back to the Gothic style. Finally, in 2002 extensive reconstruction transformed Jindrisska into a multi-level attraction. Jindrisska is the highest separate belfry in Prague at 66m high and now has ten floors. At the top, visitors can enjoy a panoramic view of Prague's city centre. Closest Tram stop is Jindrisska, lines 2,3,5,6,9,14,24,41.91,92,94,95,96 and 98).

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