St Clement’s Church is in a road called Klimentská in Praha 1. Klimentská is off Revoluční, on the right going from Náměstí Republiky to the River Vltava. The Church is light yellow in colour as can be seen in the photos in the header and on the Welcome page of this website. It is set in a small square and cannot be missed.
The nearest metro station is Náměstí Republiky. The nearest tram stop is Dlouhá Třída on Revoluční. To find the best route to St Clement’s Church by public transport, click on this link.
If you choose to drive to St Clement’s, please be aware that parking in the streets immediately surrounding the Church is restricted to local residents with parking permits. These restricted parking places are marked by blue lines painted on the road. If you park within these designated areas, you run the risk of your car being physically removed by the police whilst you are at worship!
Free parking is available at weekends in Lannova, a street which lies parallel to Klimentská, nearer to the River Vltava. See the map below:
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