26. Zbiroh Chateau
History of Zbiroh Chateau begins in the 13th century when its first parts were built here. Now it is a luxury hotel that offers its guests unforgettable moments full of romance and history. Medieval feast, jugglers, musicians and dancers, Middle Ages, tasty meals and more you can experience here!
Zbiroh Chateau by zbiroh.com
27. Loket Castle
Medieval Loket Castle sits on the rocky promontory surrounded by the river Ohří. It is in the middle of the picturesque town Loket and thanks to its 26 meters high tower offers amazing views of the town and its surroundings.
Loket Castle by Mdavid89
28. Mělník Castle
Mělník Castle offers a view of Lobkowicz family collections and wine cellars where you can taste wines from its own vineyards. It is located in the small town of Mělník where Vltava river meets with Labe river. Luxury wedding and accommodation is possible here as well.
Mělník castle by Zdeněk Fiedler
29. Červená Lhota Castle
Červená Lhota Castle is one of the most beautiful castles in the Czech Republic. Many fairy tale movies were filmed here and inside you can visit an authentic apartment in the form it had in 1910 when the castle belonged to the last inhabitants – a noble family of Schönburg-Hartenstein.
Červená Lhota Castle by Kralpilot
30. Hrádek u Nechanic Chateau
Hrádek u Nechanic Chateau is one of the most Romantic buildings in the Czech Republic. Built in the 19th century in the Windsor Gothic style as the flagship residence of the Harrach family, this chateau is now one of the best places to go if you like playing golf.
Hrádek u Nechanic Chateau by Kozuch
31. Konopiště Chateau
Konopiště Chateau was built in the 13th century and gained its current form in the 19th century thanks to Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria, who lived here.
Its magnificent park covering an area of 340 hectares offers pleasant walks.
Konopiště Chateau by Julius
32. Vlašim Chateau
Vlašim Chateau was built in the early 14th century by the Lords of Vlašim originally in the Gothic style. Later in the 15th and 16th centuries, it was gradually rebuilt into a representative noble residence in the Renaissance style. Adjacent to the chateau is a large park offering nice walks.
Vlasim Chateau by Julius
33. Jemniště Chateau
Jemniště Chateau was built in the 18th century and now offers romantic engagements, weddings, family celebrations, corporate events and more. You can even stay here for a night in some of the beautiful apartments this chateau has to offer.
Jemniště Chateau by Julius
34. Český Šternberk Castle
Český Šternberk Castle is one of the oldest castles in the country and is still held by the Sternberg family, who founded it back in 1241. Castle retained its Gothic appearance and during your visit, you will see 15 richly furnished rooms and dungeon.
Český Šternberk Castle by Julius
35. Telč Chateau
Telč Chateau is another Czech jewel located in the southern part of the country. It is located in the middle of beautiful UNESCO town of the eponymous name. Here you can see original and well-preserved interiors including the Golden Hall, which is one of the most beautiful rooms in the Chateau.
Telč Chateau by Funke
36. Jindřichův Hradec Chateau
Jindřichův Hradec Chateau is one of the largest historical complexes in the Czech Republic. Its 32 meters high Black tower which served as a dungeon is one of the oldest buildings of the complex dating back to the 13th century.
Jindřichův Hradec Chateau by Herbert Ortner
37. Frýdlant Castle
One of the most visited historic buildings in the country is the 13th century Frýdlant Castle, which can be found in the northern part of the country in the small town of Frýdlant. The original Gothic castle was rebuilt over the centuries into a large Renaissance monument with rich decorations.
Frýdlant Castle by zamky-hrady.cz / Published with author’s permission
38. Litomyšl Chateau
Litomyšl Chateau was built in the 16th century and grew into the pearl of the High Renaissance. The castle had one famous brewer in the past. It was a father of Bedřich Smetana who later became a world-famous composer. Chateau including the historic centre of Litomyšl town was inscribed on UNESCO World Cultural and Natural Heritage List in 1999.
Litomyšl Chateau by Michal Louč
39. Špilberk Castle
Brno is the 2nd largest city in the Czech Republic, just after Prague and its main landmark is towering on the hill right in the city centre. Built in the 13th century by Czech king Premysl Otakar II, Špilberk Castle gradually became a strong baroque fortress to finally serve as the heaviest prison in the Austrian monarchy. Fortunately, it is now a museum and became one of the most popular attractions in the region.
Špilberk Castle by Bjalek Michal
40. Děčín Castle
The dominant landmark of the town of Děčín is its monumental castle built high on the rock. Děčín Castle boats wonderful interiors as well as the baroque Rose Garden which made this castle famous thanks to its largest and most beautiful collections of roses in the Habsburg monarchy. From the terraces, you can then enjoy beautiful views over the city and its surroundings.
Děčín Castle by Ondřej Koníček
41. Ploskovice Chateau
Ploskovice Chateau is amazing 18th century Baroque chateau located in the Ploskovice village not far from the city of Litoměřice. It offers large park covering an area of 8 hectares featured with fountains, pond, and a rare vegetation. This place is ideal also if you are looking for some luxury settings for your wedding ceremony.
Ploskovice Chateau by Thalion77~commonswiki
42. Slavkov Castle
One of the oldest and best preserved manor houses in the eastern part of the country – known as Moravia is that of Slavkov Chateau. Its large park with fountains and sculptures by Giovanni Giuliani offers pleasant walks as well as a six-hole golf course.
Slavkov Castle by Julius
43. Berchtold Chateau
If you want to visit many Czech castles and chateaux in just a single day then there is no better place to go for than Berchtold Chateau! Adjacent to the chateau is a garden with miniatures of these sights, but also with some fairy-tale figures to be admired by children! Berchtold Chateau is also a hotel and a delicious restaurant.
Berchtold Chateau by Julius
44. Kost Castle
After a hiking experience in the Czech Paradise Nature Reserve you can visit one of the few medieval castles in the country – Kost Castle, which is situated at its borders. Founded in the 14th century, now a museum, this castle became one of the most popular attractions in the area.
Kost Castle by pixabay.com
45. Bezděz Castle
Bezděz Castle is the 13th century stone castle built high on the hill and is one of the hardest accessible castles in the country. You can visit its premises from April up to the end of October as it is usual for the majority of the Czech castles.
Bezděz Castle by Jan Sovka aka sovicka
46. Grabštejn castle
Grabštejn castle is a national monument with a long history dating back to the 13th century about which you can learn during the guided tour. The castle has been opened to the public since 1993 and features beautiful halls and a nice park that is ideal for a wedding ceremony.
Grabštejn castle by Zdeněk Fiedler
47. Hrubý Rohozec Chateau
Hrubý Rohozec Chateau can be found in the northern part of the country and offers three different tours that take you through different parts of the Chateau. It is really a large house as the tours together take 2,5 hours.
Hrubý Rohozec Chateau by Zdeněk Fiedler
48. Lemberk Castle
Early Baroque Castle known as Lemberk Castle was originally built as a Gothic castle in the 13th century but was rebuilt several times during its existence. Among others, you can see a summer house with a Baroque garden, lime avenue, water tower and the Chapel of the Holy Trinity, later known as the Church of the Blessed Zdislava.
Lemberk Castle by VitVit
49. Kuks Hospital
Kuks Hospital is one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites where it was inscribed together with other Baroque monuments in the area. Kuks Hospital is a former institute for military veterans, now belong to one of the best Baroque examples in the country.
Kuks Hospital by elPadawan
50. Kokořín Castle
Kokořín Castle is well hidden in the forests of protected landscape area known as Kokořínsko – Máchův kraj. It was built in the 14th century but in the 17th century became one of the “cursed” castles (a list by Emperor Ferdinand), and was not allowed to be repaired. And such it was almost completely destroyed, but later in the 20th century was successfully renovated into its former appearance.
Kokořín Castle by Julius
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