St. Giles Church


St. Giles Church, located in Prague, has a remarkable history from the 12th century. The three-aisled church was built on a Romanesque church's foundations and was reconstructed numerous times from the 12th to 14th century. In 1625, it was donated to the Dominican order, which continues to serve in the church and adjacent monastery. Notably, the church is a popular venue for classical concerts, offering a wide selection of performances. It's particularly renowned for its unique Baroque-Romantic organ, a remarkable instrument characterized by its sound and size, consisting of 3,500 pipes. This distinctive feature contributes to the unique atmosphere of the concerts held here.


Husova 8
Prague 1

How to get there

St. Giles church situated in the city center of Prague, near Charles Bridge and the Old Town Square.

No. 17, 18, 53  - Staroměstská stop

Line A (green)  - Staroměstská stop 
Line B (yellow) - Národní třída stop