St Wenceslas Cathedral
Pride of place goes to the remnants of the early 12th-century Přemysl Palace, originally built for Bishop Jindřich Zdík. A detailed...
The impressive holdings of the Archdiocesan Museum trace the history of Olomouc back 1000 years. The thoughtful layout, with helpful...
This expansive former residence of the archbishop was built in 1685. Entry to see the lavish interiors is by guided tour only (free...
The Black Stuff
Cosy, old-fashioned Irish bar with several beers on tap and a large and growing collection of single-malts and other choice tipples....
This is one of a number of popular microbreweries in town, with the specialty here being well-crafted, unpasteurised wheat and cherry...
Václavské náměstí · interesting places nearby
St Wenceslas Cathedral information
This magnificent cathedral, the seat of the Olomouc Archbishop, was originally a Romanesque basilica that was first consecrated way back in 1131. It was rebuilt several times before finally (in the 1880s) having the neo-Gothic makeover you see today.