Liechtenstein Palace reopens to public
The Liechtenstein Palace in Prague opened its doors to the public on Saturday after a break of several months, due to the coronavirus pandemic. The building on Kampa Island is one of two palaces in Prague that formerly belonged to the noble Liechtenstein family and in now used by the government primarily for cultural events.
People can also visit another government building, namely the villa of former Czechoslovak President Edvard Beneš and his wife Hana in Sezimovo Ústí in the Tábor region.
The first guided tour in Liechtenstein Palace will take place at 9am and the last at 4pm on Saturday. In the Beneš villa, tours are scheduled for both weekend days. Respirators are compulsory.