We just walked around and the church was nice to see. Very beautiful architectural if you like to see some culture you should visit there
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The Cathedral is the center of town. It is big and has plenty to see inside. The Bell tower up top is a trip worth taking. The views of the small town are very pretty.
Walk the streets of Pilsen with a tour, beautiful place. Not handicap or elderly friendly. The streets are your typical stone and can be difficult. All this said, the sites are spectacular. The Cathedral is amazing and worth the photo opp. Only observed it from...More
We stopped in Pilsen to see this Cathedral. Wow. Beautiful - plus amazing views of the city. Apparently the highest tower in Czech and a good climb to the top. It is in the square which itself is quite a scene to see.
I was on a day trip to Plzen this weekend and this church is impossible to not see since You come to central market with tram 1 or 2 from train station or walk around 10 minutes so not big walking distance. I took a...More
A beautiful cathedral that is definitely worth a visit. No one ought to miss the exit to the church tower, the highest in the Czech Republic, with a beautiful view of the whole city.
We didn't have time to go inside the cathedral , but it looks very impressive from outside. The square it is housed in is very big, with lots of shops and cafes to browse around, or just sit in the square and enjoy .
A visit to the main Square was on our do list and we found a local market selling their wares and eats (which we did not dare touch due to the many flies) besides a rock concert (what's new in Czech Republic :)) in progress....More
St Bartholomew's Cathedral is such a noticeable feature in Pilsen, it is a must see! If you are going anywhere near the town square you cannot miss it. I love the openness and massive size of the square with the cathedral being the focus of...More
This awe inspiring church, with its soaring 102m spire, is right at the centre of the huge town square. Entry to the cathedral is limited to the front section by a metal gate, but still gives good views of the interior. We climbed the 297...More