Castle

Karlstejn Castle

  • Info

    Karlstejn Castle, founded in 1348, assumes an exceptional position among Czech castles. It was built by the Czech King and Roman Emperor Charles IV. as a place for safekeeping royal treasures, especially Charles’s collection of holy relics and crown jewels.

  • Capacity

    Capacity: Hall of the Count’s Chambers (35 persons) / Hall of the Ancestors (45 persons) / Exterior

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    Krivoklat is one of the oldest and most important castles of Czech princes and kings, whose origins date back to the 12th century. A beautiful chapel, royal and knightly hall with an exhibition of Gothic paintings and sculptures, a library containing 52,000 books, the rich Fürstenberg museum and art gallery, notorious prison and torture chambers with torture instruments, a monumental tower with hunting collections and views to the surroundings, a pleasant walk on the walls, the Huderka Tower with a scullery and observation gallery, district office with occasional exhibitions; As a national historical landmark, Krivoklat Castle is all of this and much more.

  • Capacity

    Capacity: Ceremonial Hall (50 persons) / Chapel (60 persons) / Royal Hall (60 persons) / Exterior – moat below the tower (100 persons) / Exterior – gallery of the tower (40 persons)

Krivoklat Castle close to Rakovnik

Kuneticka Castle mountain close to Pardubic

  • Info

    Kuneticka Castle mountain from the early 15th century was built on a secluded important eponymous hill.

  • Capacity

    Capacity: Knights’ Hall (60 persons) / St. Catherine’s Chapel (40 persons) / Courtyard (80 persons)

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    Tocnik ranks among the youngest, yet geographically largest castles in the Czech Republic, successor to Beggar Castle. Tocnik Castle is an excellent example of advanced medieval architectural art, feathered elements of later construction work, such as the sgraffito in the burgrave palace.

  • Capacity

    Capacity: St. Bartholomew’s Chapel (40 persons) / Courtyard (300 persons) / Stable (300 persons)

Tocnik Castle close to Beroun

Bouzov Castle

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    Typically romantic residence established in the early 14th century, an impressive landmark including all the adaptations introduced in the 19th century which can be seen through battlement bay windows, loopholes and gargoyles.

  • Capacity

    Capacity: Knight’s Hall (120 persons) / Chapel of St. Elizabeth (60 persons) / 2 Courtyards (150 persons) / Park / Walkway towers / Moats / Courtyard

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    The oldest castle in Bohemian Paradise was founded around 1260 by Jaroslav of Hrustice. Lex of Aehrenthal linked the landscape to a network of hiking trails, build lookouts, the Sedmihorky Spa, all of which took place in the first half of the 19th century, which was when the romantic modifications completed the ancient environment.

  • Capacity

    Capacity: Terrace (100 persons) / Chapel of St. John of Nepomuk (60 persons) / Ceremonial Hall (50 persons)

Valdstejn Castle close to Turnov

Sloup Castle in Bohemia

  • Info

    The castle is on the list of protected monuments. It is made from eroded sandstone rock knot with vertical to overhanging walls and a large platform of about 35 m above the surrounding terrain. The church has been carved into the rock and has not been consecrated.

  • Capacity

    Capacity: The church and Cloister Hall (40 persons)

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    The castle commonly referred to as Janohrad, is an artificial pseudo-imitation castle ruins. It was built in 1807 and is located in the Lednice-Valtice region. The castle was designed to be lived in serving as a hunting lodge during the gaming season.

  • Capacity

    Capacity: Small Hall (50 persons) / Knight’s Hall (100 persons) / Outdoor Facilities

Januv Castle in Janohrad

Red Ujezd Castle close to Unhost

  • Info

    The intention was to build an historical object based on traditional craft practices and complying with the demands of today. The private building was constructed between 2001 and 2002.

  • Capacity

    Capacity: Knight’s Hall (12 persons) / Arsenal (50 persons) / Mlynice Lounge (125 persons) / Courtyards / Gardens / Museum / Baroque Lounge (20 persons) / Neoclassical Lounge (10 persons) / Restaurant Barn (100 persons)