The Archbishop’s Palace (Arcibiskupský palác), with an impressive rococo façade, has been the seat of archbishops since 1562. In 1562, Ferdinand I bought this palace for his archbishop. Originally a Renaissance building, but in the 1760s, this palace was given a spectacular rococo façade designed by Johann Joseph Wirch. It is only open to the public once a year, the day before Good Friday.
Location: Hradčanské náměstí 16, Hradčany
Open: Not open to the public apart from special occasions