A beautiful view can be had from the terrace of the Congress Centre, from where you can continue a peaceful stroll towards the fortress’s walls. Take a walk to the remains of a medieval Church of St. Lawrence, a structure dating from around the year 1000. You can also visit St. Martin Rotunda, the only surviving witness to the 11th-century Romanesque past of Vyšehrad. Vyšehrad’s landmark is the Church of St. Peter and St. Paul, rebuilt in the neo-Gothic style at the turn of the 19th century after a design from Josef Mocker.
Do not miss other great views from the cemetery at Vysehrad: across the Vltava to the city, with the castle in the distance, is superb.