Prague, Czech Republic
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Clementinum is a complex of baroque buildings of a Jesuit collegium, which is currently occupied by the National Library of the Czech Republic. Located in the Prague quarter of Stare Mesto, near Charles Bridge. With an area of 20 thousand square meters. m. Clementinum among the historical and architectural complexes of the Czech capital is second only to Prague Castle in size. Since 2005, listed in the international registry "Memory of the World"
Address:Mariánské náměstí 5, Praha 1
Phone:+420 222 220 879


The Best view of Prague and the Library was also amazing.Our guide was too young but perfect..We couldn't take any photo inside, it was forbidden. Actually it doesn't matter. I will never forget this experience and the smell of History..


For an old town Praha attraction this place is hard to beat. Entry price was around £11 which is good value for what you get. The tours are approximately every 30 minutes and can be bought in advance to secure a time convenient for your visit. We bo.. Read more »


A must do when in Prague. The tour guide was extremely good and the views from the Tower are great. The library is a must see although you can only really get a photo opportunity more than a walk around, as it's closed of to the general public. Th.. Read more »


What an honour to see such a historic library. Would’ve love to walk around but alas that was not permitted in light of preservation. The tower has the most stunning view, make sure you head all the way up - it’s worth it.


the tour was with a guide that was super enthusiastic about the building ( and their country). the tour is well worth the money. it is a shame that you cannot walk around the library, but i can understand that the books need to be protected. The meri.. Read more »


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