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Martinicky Palace Praha

Martinicky Palace is located at Hradcany Square in Prague Castle. We offer representational palace rooms that can be used for social events, reception, major banquets, weddings, concerts, conferences, lectures ….

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The Great Hall

Located on the first floor of the palace, and directly accessible by two staircases. The great room follows the original chapel ceiling painting, which is outside decorated with frescoes of Adam and Eve from the 16th century created by master Albrecht Dürer. For catering events large hall capacity is approximately 200 people at a reception, seating 100 people at round tables.

Adjacent spaces

In addition to the large hall, for social events and catering it is possible to use adjacent spaces of the palace with a total area of 1,000 square meters. Rooms (larger – smaller) are equipped with a Neo-Renaissance furniture and original hand-painted ceiling plates. Your events need not be just about the catering, food and drink. During your event, it is possible to view the premises with a guide who will give you an expert commentary.

Outdoor facilities

The garden and courtyard of the Martinicky palace have an area of 1667 m2 and offer outside activities such as barbecues and outdoor wedding receptions. There is also limited parking.


From the courtyard of the palace is to see the main entrance to Prague Castle. In the middle of the courtyard with a fountain

Martinicky Palace and Prague catering

If you would like more information about renting Martinicky Palace and the possibilities of catering events? Prague Catering – your reliable and creative catering partner – contact.

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Martinicky palace history

Four gothic houses occupied the space of today’s palace in the middle of the 14th Century. One of them was owned by the famous chronicler Benes Krabice Weitmile, the architect Karla IV.chose to construct St. Vitus Cathedral, and in the next house lived Ovka, the maid of honor of Queen Eliska, the real character in the film Night on Karlstejn. The ghost of the maid of honor appears occasionally after midnight, usually accompanied by a flaming dog. She walks from the palace towards the New World before disappearing.

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