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The Best Castles in the Czech Republic

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The Czech Republic is famous for many things, such as its beautiful capital city, Prague, and its wonderful beers, but it is also famous for its huge array of incredible and diverse castles.

Built in a vast amount of different architectural styles from different historical periods, each with their own unique history, this list will provide the ultimate run-down of the absolute best, and unmissable castles to visit in the Czech Republic…

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50 Famous Castles to visit in the Czech Republic

1. Bouzov Castle

Castles in Czech Bouzov castle

This early 14th Century fortress is nestled on a hill between Hvozdek and Bouzov and looks exactly as though it has jumped right out of a Disney film. With its tall, striking turrets and wonderful colours, Bouzov castle is well worth visiting.

Where: Between the village of Hvozdek and the town of Bouzov

When: Early 14th Century

Style: Medieval

Open for visit: The times vary significantly, so check the official website for the castle before visiting.

2. Castle Benatky nad Jizerou

Best Castles in Czech Benatky nad Jizerou

This wonderful set of buildings range from various different eras, including the Renaissance and Baroque period, which gives it an intriguing, mysterious, and unique appearance. As well as the beautiful architecture, there is also an exhibition open to tourists, where they can discover the history of the area.

Where: Benatky nad Jizerou

When: 16th Century

Style: Renaissance and Baroque

Open for visit: 12:00am – 11:59pm

3. Castle Blatna

Czech Castles Blatna

What makes Castle Blatna a very unique castle is that it is a water castle, and is one of the most highly preserved in the entirety of the Czech Republic. With an extensive history just waiting to be uncovered, ranging from various architectural styles and historical developments, Castle Blatna is a must-see for any trip to the Czech Republic.

Where: Blatna

When: Origins from the 6th Century

Style: Gothic-Renaissance

Open for visit: 10:00am – 16:00pm

4. Castle Buchlovice

Famous Castles in Czech Buchlovice

Modeled in a similar style to the classic Italian baroque villa, Castle Buchlovice is a unique and awe-inspiring castle. It has a long and fascinating history, with various owners and stories attached to it; it is also filled with exquisite antiques and furniture, just waiting to be uncovered.

Where: South-east Moravia

When: 17th Century

Style: Baroque

Open for visit: The visiting hours vary significantly, so before planning a trip, ensure that you check the castle’s website.

5. Castle Cervena Lhota

Best Czech Castles Cervena Lhota

Adorned with magical red exteriors in a classic Renaissance style, and even more breath-taking interiors, originating from the times of the Schönburg-Hartenstein, this castle is truly unmissable. It is a unique and mystical water castle with beautiful surroundings, that is a must for any fanatic of Czech architecture and heritage.

Where: Jindřichův Hradec

When: 14th Century

Style: Renaissance

Open for visit: 9:30am – 16:00pm (hours can vary)

6. Castle Cerveny Hradek

Czech Castles Cerveny Hradek

Founded by the Kraa family before 1415, this castle is a wonderful taste of Czech heritage and architecture; it bears the traditional Czech building colour of a deep, warm red. With striking features and excellent gardens, adorned with wonderful sculptures and features.

Where: Jirkov

When: 15th Century

Style: Renaissance

Open for visit: 10am – 16:00pm in the winter, and 10:00am – 17:00pm in the summer

7. Castle Frydlant

Famous Castles in Czech Frydlant

Having been open to the public since 1801, Castle Frydlant is the oldest castle museum open to the public in Central Europe. It is adorned with original features, such as artworks and furniture, and exudes a wonderfully unique façade, whereby the original Medieval castle was extended during the 16th century, taking the shape of a Renaissance chateau.

Where: Frydlant

When: Medieval, but renovated in the 16th Century

Style: Renaissance chateau

Open for visit: 9:00am – 16:00pm (hours may vary)

8. Castle Hluboka

Best Czech Castles Hluboka

Founded in the mid-13th century, Castle Hluboka has a vast and extensive history. In 1661, it was purchased by the Schwarzenberg’s, who renovated the castle into a contemporary Baroque style, only to be rebuilt again from 1841-1871 in a Neo-Gothic style. Often praised at the Czech Republic’s most astonishing castle, this is definitely not one to miss.

Where: Hluboka nad Vltavou

When: Origins in the 13th Century

Style: Neo-Gothic

Open for visit: 9:00am – 16:30pm (hours may vary)

9. Castle Horsovsky Tyn

Castles in Czech Horsovsky-Tyn

Like many castles in the Czech Republic, Castle Horsovsky Tyn has a long and extensive history, and has witnessed various owners, and been altered over time, depending on the architectural style of the time. It was founded in the 13th century, before being burnt down in 1547, whereby it was rebuilt to its current state.

Where: Horsovsky

When: 13th Century

Style: Renaissance

Open for Visit: 10:00am – 16:00pm

10. Castle Hruba Skala

Czech Castles Hruba-Skala

If you are a fan of fairytale castles, this 14th-century architectural wonder should be top of your list. With its towering turrets and breath-taking views of the luscious green landscape, you will undoubtedly feel as though you have stepped right into a Disney film.

Where: Hruba Skala, near the town of Turnov

When: 14th Century

Style: Gothic

Open for visit: 10:00am – 16:00pm

11. Chateau Bruntal

Famous Castles in Czech Chateau Bruntal

Founded by the Lords of Vrbno in the 15th century, this gorgeous chateau as witnessed several rebuilds and alterations in style; it was originally styled as a Renaissance chateau, before being reconstructed into a Baroque masterpiece, thus resulting in a unique hybrid of architectural styles and features.

Where: Bruntal

When: 15th Century

Style: A merging of Renaissance and Baroque

Open for visit: 9:00am – 17:00pm (changes in winter until 16:00pm)

12. Kunin Castle

Best Czech Castles Kunin

This traditional and classical Baroque chateau was designed by Johann Lukas von Hildebrandt and was built between 1726 and 1734 for the Countess Maria Eleanora Harrach. It is located in the Moravian-Silesian region and offers visitors incredibly beautiful views of the surrounding landscape.

Where: Moravian-Silesian region

When: 18th century

Style: Baroque

Open for visit: 10:00am – 16:00pm

13. Jemniste Castle

Castles in Czech Jemniste Castle

Located not too far from the country’s largest city, Prague, Jemniste Castle is the perfect spot for a day excursion. It is built in a beautiful Baroque style, both internally and externally, and has been home to influential families for centuries. The most important parts to visit are the Dutch floral Baroque room, the Main Hall, and Saint Josef’s Chapel.

Where: Benesov

When: 18th Century

Style: Baroque

Open for visit: 9:00am – 14:30pm

14. Castle Krivoklat

Best Castles in Czech Krivoklat Castle

This historic royal residency has been a key seat of power since the 13th century and continues to be a hotspot for tourists to this day. It has been a seat for the ruling family of Premyslids and features many original features and artefacts, thus making it a wonderful gem for any history lover.

Where: Central Bohemia

When: 13th Century

Style: Renaissance

Open for visit: 10:00am – 15:00pm (hours may vary)

15. Castle Mnichovo Hradiste

Czech Castles Mnichovo Hradiste

This baroque gem was founded in 1621 by Vaclav Budovec, where it remained in the possession of the noble family until 1946 when it became nationalized by the state. It features a magnificent theatre, incredible French-style gardens, and an array of antique objects and original features.

Where: Mnichovo Hradiste

When: 1621

Style: Baroque

Open for visit: 9:00am – 16:00pm

16. Castle Mostov

Famous Castles in Czech Castle Mostov

With its origins tracing right back to the 15th century, Castle Mostov is built in a neo-Gothic architectural style and is now a well-loved hotel, which is a hotspot for tourists and locals alike; it also has a magnificent park, which attracts countless visitors. It offers many quintessential features of Czech architecture.

Where: Near Prague

When: 15th Century

Style: Neo-Gothic

Open for visit: Hotel not open for visitors

17. Pernštejn Castle

Best Czech Castles Pernstejn

This Gothic castle is one of the most astonishing in the whole of the Czech Republic; it looks as though it has jumped right out of a fairy-tale, with its towering turrets and mysterious architectural style. This castle is perfect for both history lovers and film lovers alike, as it has been featured in many movies.

Where: Brno, South Moravia

When: 13th Century

Style: Gothic and Renaissance

Open for visit: 10:00am – 16:00pm

18. Castle Pohansko

Castles in Czech Pohansko Castle

Built between 1810 and 1812 to the standards of Josef Hardmuth, Pohansko has a rich history; in the 9th century, early medieval fortifications were built, and it has been adapted and changed throughout the years; remaining today is a beautiful stone church with incredible, original frescoes.

Where: Pohansko, Breclav

When: Origins in the 9th century, but the manor built between 1810 and 1812

Style: A variety of influences

Open for visit: 10:00am – 18:00pm (closed on Mondays)

19. Castle Svihov

Best Castles in Czech Svihov

Having hardly changed since its original construction, the medieval fortress is cleverly designed and exudes fairy-tale charm and character. It is a water castle with Gothic architectural features and was originally built by the noble family, the House of Ryzmberk ze Skaly. Today, visitors can admire the rich late Gothic and Renaissance furnishings, and its glorious interior features.

Where: Town of Svihov in the Plzen region

When: 15th century

Style: Gothic and Renaissance

Open for visit: 10:00am – 15:00pm (hours can vary)

20. Castle Valtice

Czech Castles Valtice

Built by the Liechtenstein family approximately 350 years ago, Valtice Castle is a wonderfully designed example of Czech architecture; it features traditional Czech colours, such as the dark crème walls with the burnt red rooves, as well as grand facades and even more beautiful interiors. Valtice is also a famous wine region, exporting its beautiful wine all around the world.

Where: Valtice

When: 18th Century

Style: Baroque

Open for visit: 9:00am – 16:00pm

21. Castle Velke Brezno

Famous Castles in Czech Velke Brezno

This beautiful Czech chateau is often missed from the top sights to see in the Czech Republic, but it is most definitely worth the visit if you happen to be in the area; it merges traditional Czech architectural features with unusual twists, giving it a truly unique and different appearance, setting it aside from many other castles.

Where: Velke Brezno

When: 19th Century

Style: Neo-gothic

Open for visit: 10:00am – 16:00pm

22. Vizovice Castle

Best Czech Castles Vizovice Castle

Built upon the land of a Cistercian monastery, the Castle of Vizovice was built between 1749 and 1770 and is built in a French style, with luscious interiors, vast collections of fine art and rich, luxurious gardens. The interiors range from a variety of different styles and historical periods, such as Rococo, baroque, and Biedermeier, which gives it a truly unique feel.

Where: Vizovice

When: 18th Century

Style: A mixture of Rococo, Baroque, Biedermeier, and Empire

Open for visit: 10:00am – 16:00pm (hours may vary)

23. Zleby Chateau

Castles in Czech Zleby Chateau

The first mention in writing of the Zleby Chateau dates back to 1289; it was then owned by the Lichtemburks until 1356, before switching hands multiple times throughout the centuries. Today, visitors are astounded by the romantic, fairy-tale appearance of the castle, where you can truly feel like you have stepped into another world. The castle is filled with original artefacts and occupies a Renaissance charm.

Where: Zleby

When: Origins in the 13th Century

Style: Renaissance and Gothic

Open for visit:  9:00am – 16:00pm

24. Český Šternberk Castle

Best Castles in Czech Cesky Sternberk Castle

Originally built in 1241 by Zdeslav of Divisov, the castle is surprisingly and impressively still owned by the same family 800 years later. As historic periods move forward and styles change, the castle has experienced many stylistic changes, such as in 1467, where it was renovated to a Gothic style, and in the late 1600s, was renovated to a Baroque style; today, its impressive façade captivates all types of visitors from around the world.

Where: Village of Český Šternberk

When: 1241

Style: A mixture – most notably today, a combination of Renaissance, Baroque and Gothic

Open for visit: 9:00am – 17:00pm

25. Bartošovice Chateau

Czech Castles Bartosovice Chateau

This magnificent Chateau is one of the highlights of Bartošovice, and is a must-see for any visitor; originally, the Chateau was built as a water castle, but has, over the years, seen many changes and reconstructions; it has changed styles from Renaissance to Baroque, and also seen many interior renovations as well. Since 1999, it has been declared as a Historical Monument.

Where: Bartošovice

When: 17th Century

Style: A mixture of Baroque and Renaissance

Open for visit: Vary notably; it is worth checking the website before planning a trip

26. Chateau Kacina

Famous Castles in Czech Chateau Kacina

This chateau, belonging to the Chotek family represented a new generation; it reflects superior taste, culture, art, and intellectualism. This sense of superiority is also represented through the shape of the theatre and the library, which are shaped like the Roman Pantheon, symbolizing a nod to the classical world. It is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is a prime example of Empire architecture.

Where: Kutna Hora

When: 16th Century

Style: Empire

Open for visit: 9:00am – 18:30pm

27. Chateau Lesna

Best Czech Castles Chateau Lesna

This gorgeous chateau has a rich and wonderful past; it was built in the 13th century and was owned by Queen Eliska who was the widow of the king of Bohemia, Wenceslas II. Over the years, it has been largely damaged, often due to changing ownership and war, but was renovated in the 18th century to fit with the contemporary baroque style. Today, visitors often come to see the chateau, as well as Zlin Zoo, which is also on the site.

When: Origins in the 13th Century

Where: Moravia

Style: Baroque

Open for visit: 9:00am – 17:00pm (hours may vary)

28. Chateau Náměšť na Hané

Castles in Czech Chateau Namest na Hane

Built in the 18th century once brought by the Harrach family, this castle was built on the same spot as an old Medieval castle, providing it with a rich history and heritage. The last owner was Frantisek Ottahal before the castle was confiscated; now, the chateau is owned by Náměšť na Hané and is open to the public.

When: 18th Century

Where: Náměšť na Hané

Style: Baroque

Open for visit: 9:00 am – 16:00 pm or 17:00 pm, depending on the time of year.

29. Velké Meziříčí Château

Best Castles in Czech Velke Mezirici Chateau

Originally built in the first half of the 13th century, the style of the chateau was that of a Renaissance architecture, before being rebuilt again as a Baroque masterpiece, after being destroyed by a fire. Ever since 1948, the chateau has been available to the public, whereby they can discover its rich and intriguing history.

Where: Velké Meziříčí

When: Origins in the 13th Century

Style: Baroque

Open for visit: Hours vary significantly; check the website before visiting

30. Ratibořice Château

Czech Castles Ratiborice Chateau

This astonishing Empire style Chateau is an unmissable sight for history and architecture lovers alike; in 1813, Katharina Wilhelmine lent this gorgeous chateau to host top-secret negotiations between Austria, Russia, and Prussia, against the Napoleonic rule, which demonstrates its pivotal role in European history.

Where: Grandmother Valley

When: 19th Century

Style: Empire

Open for visit: 10:00am – 16:00pm

31. Chlum u Trebone Castle

Famous Castles in Czech Chlum u Trebone Castle

Built in traditional Baroque style, Chlum u Trebone Castle is built in the exact same spot of an original Gothic Fortress. Today, it boasts a dominant and regal façade, whereby it boasts a sense of power and authority over the landscape; it is now owned by the Czech Republic government and is open for visitors to view.

Where: Chlum u Trebone

When: 18th Century

Style: Baroque

Open for Visit: hours may vary; it is worth checking the website before planning a visit

32. Děčín Castle

Best Czech Castles Decin Castle

With its historic roots as a wood fortress, with its first reference in 993 A.D., this castle is bursting with heritage. Today, visitors are only able to see half of the original castle, as the other half has been renovated; there are stunning gardens, an abundance of original artefacts and features, as well as an enormous amount of history to be uncovered.

Where: Děčín

When: Origins in 993 A.D., but several renovations since

Style: A true hybridity of centuries of styles

Open for visit: 10:00am – 16:00pm (hours may vary)

33. Jindřichův Hradec Castle

Castles in Czech Jindrichuv Hradec Castle

This complex of various castle buildings is incredibly unique and has been a national cultural monument since 1996. With the status of being the third-largest historical castle complex in the whole of the Czech Republic, this castle is fascinating to all types of visitors; explore its vast and various interiors and exciting historic artefacts that have been incredibly well preserved over the years.

Where: Town of Jindřichův Hradec

When: Roots in the 12th century

Style: A true mixture – Medieval to Baroque

Open for visit: Opens at 10:00 am, but closing times differ.

34. Karlštejn Castle

Best Castles in Czech Karlstejn Castle

Established by the Czech King Charles IV as a prime location to store holy relics and precious royal items, this castle has always held an incredibly powerful status, and is a symbol of intrigue. Aside from its interior treasures and secrets, it boasts an absolutely astonishing exterior and seems like an architectural beauty that has jumped straight out of a fairy-tale.

Where: Karlštejn

When: Founded in 1348

Style: Gothic

Open for visit: Hours vary significantly depending on the time of year; ensure that you check the website before planning a visit to the castle.

35. Konopiste Chateau

Czech Castles Konopiste Chateau

Owned by some of the most notable and prestigious historical individuals and families, Konopiste Chateau is a masterpiece in itself; it is built in the Gothic style and has its roots in the 13th century. Interestingly, the last owner of the castle was the heir to the Austro-Hungarian crown, Archduke Franz Ferdinand d’Este, who was assassinated in Sarajevo in 1914. Visit this castle to uncover centuries of fascinating history.

Where: Konopiste

When: 13th Century

Style: Gothic

Open for visit: 10:00am – 16:00pm

36. Kost Castle

Famous Castles in Czech Kost Castle

This incredible Medieval castle is just a short distance from Prague, making it the perfect place for a day trip. It is also astonishingly well preserved, with its original fortress being built after 1349, before being altered and renovated several times after. For any tourist to the Czech Republic, Kost Castle should be high on your bucket list; it is one of the major tourist attractions in the entire country.

Where: Jicin

When: 14th century

Style: Medieval

Open for visit: 10:00 am – 16:00pm (hours change depending on the day of the week and the time of year)

37. Kravaře Chateau

Best Czech Castles Kravare Chateau

This breath-taking chateau is built in the Baroque style and was first mentioned in the second half of the 16th century. It was likely built by the famous builder, Johann Lucas Hildebrand, and its structure is incredibly complex and unique. Since its construction, it has switched hands several times and been owned by many different famous and prestigious families.

Where: Kravaře, near Opava

When: 16th Century

Style: Baroque

Open for visit: Hours vary significantly; ensure you check the website before visiting.

38. Lednice Castle

Castles in Czech Lednice Castle

Lednice castle is a gorgeous, magnificent architectural gem, and a highlight of the Czech Republic; it has been the home of many elite, aristocratic families across several centuries, including the House of Sirotci and the Lichtensteins. This castle has such a domineering presence, you will literally feel awe-struck when gazing up at its beautiful façade.

Where: Village of Lednice

When: 13th century

Style: Gothic and Baroque

Open for visit: 9:00am – 17:00pm (hours may vary)

39. Liblice Castle

Best Castles in Czech Liblice Castle

A result of the Bohemia High Baroque School, Liblice Castle has so much history, and is bursting at the seems with original architectural features and artefacts. Today, the castle is a wonderful hotel, wedding venue and conference centre, and guests absolutely adore its unique charm and fairy-tale majesty.

Where: Liblice

When: 17th Century

Style: Baroque

Open for visit: Hours vary due to its hotel status; check the website before visiting, or contact the castle directly.

40. Litomyšl Castle

Czech Castles Litomysl Castle

Though referred to as a castle, Litomyšl is more in keeping with the chateau-style, and is one of the biggest building in the Renaissance style in the whole of the Czech Republic. It originated as a Medieval castle, before being rebuilt by Vrastislav of Pernstejn in the 16th century; over the years, the castle has switched hands between several aristocratic families, who have each added their own unique touch, such as the castle family theatre.

Where: Pardubice Region in eastern Bohemia

When: Medieval origins

Style: Renaissance

Open for visit: 10:00am – 15:00pm

41. State Castle and Chateau Cesky Krumlov

Famous Castles in Czech State and Chateau Cesky Krumlov

This state castle is an absolute architectural gem, and has so many astonishing interior and exterior features; since 1992, the castle has become a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Monument, and is unique, as it is built on a rock. Today, visitors come to this beautiful structure for its important heritage and cultural tradition; it has a prime place in central European history.

Where: Vltava River

When: 1253 is its first mention

Style: A mix of styles from Medieval to Baroque

Open for visit: 9:00am to 17:00pm

42. Prague Castle

Best Czech Castles Prague Castle

Prague Castle is one of the main tourist attractions for visitors to the Czech Republic; it was likely founded in 880, and is the largest castle complex in the world. Today, it is a UNESCO World Heritage site, and visitors can experience authentic and original features, ranging from a vast selection of historic periods, such as the Medieval era, the Renaissance, and modern-day.

Where: Prague

When: Origins in the 9th century

Style: A mix of styles, ranging from Romanesque to Gothic

Open for visit: Summer season: Prague Castle Complex 6:00am – 22:00pm, and historical buildings 9:00am – 17:00. Winter season: Prague Castle Complex 6:00am – 22:00pm, and historical buildings 9:00am – 16:00pm.

43. Kromeriz Castle

Castles in Czech Kromeriz Castle

With its first mention dating back to 1497, Kromeriz Castle has its roots in the Late Gothic architectural style, whilst also presenting some Renaissance elements. In the 17th Century, the Castle was a particularly important building, as it was home to the bishops of Olomouc, who were central political and religious figures. The Castle is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and has some of the most magnificent gardens in Europe.

Where: Kromeriz, Zlin Region

When: 1497

Style: Late Gothic and Renaissance

Open for visit: 9:00am – 14:30pm

44. Orlik Castle

Best Castles in Czech Orlik Castle

First mentioned between the years 1230 and 1251, during the reign of Wenceslas I, at this time, the castle was a wooden structure on a rock. It underwent several reconstructions, such as during the 13th and 14th centuries, where it took on a Gothic formation and was a point of political and monarchical power. Today, visitors are captivated by the castle’s history and fairy-tale aura, as well as its spectacular surroundings.

Where: Orlik nad Vltavou

When: 1230

Style: Gothic

Open for visit: 9:00am – 16:00pm

45. Rabi Castle

Czech Castles Rabi Castle

Towering above the scenic Otava River is the largest castle ruin in Bohemia, the Rabi Castle; built in the Gothic style with the magnificent Sumava Mountains lingering in the backdrop, Rabi Castle has a long and fascinating history. It has long been a point of power, such as in the Middle Ages, where it featured an incredible defense system. Today, visitors are fascinated and intrigued by its many original treasures and secrets.

Where: Rabi

When: No exact date, but approximately the 13th century

Style: Gothic

Open for visit: 10:00am – 16:00pm

46. Bezdez Castle

Famous Castles in Czech Bezdez Castle

One of the most important Gothic monuments to the Czech Republic is Bezdez Castle; it was founded in 1264 and is renowned as being the prison for Wenceslas II. It has served many purposes over the years, such as a monastery and a site for romantic poets, such as Karel Hynek Macha. Its beautiful Gothic features entice all sorts of visitors, who are absolutely captivated by the castle’s long and unique past.

Where: Bezdez, Northern Bohemia

When: 1264

Style: Late Gothic

Open for visit: 9:00am– 16:30pm

47. Sovinec Castle

Best Czech Castles Sovinec Castle

Sitting proudly above the rocky Nizky Jesenik Mountains, this magnificent 14th Century castle is one of the most breath-taking in the whole of the Czech Republic. It was built as a Hussite fortress, before centuries later being captured by the Swedish army of General Torstenson. Today, the castle is used for many different events, conferences and theatrical performances, as well as a symbol of Czech heritage.

Where: Resov region

When: 14th Century

Style: Gothic

Open for visit: 10:00am – 16:00pm

48. Radun Castle

Castles in Czech Radun Castle

Near the Czech-Polish border lies Radun Castle, a beautiful Renaissance castle that is surrounded by astonishing gardens and scenery. It features many traditional Czech architectural elements and colours, as well as stunning original internal artefacts and original aspects. Today, visitors can find a wonderful golf course, as well as several walking paths and routes.

Where: Silesia

When: 15th Century

Style: Renaissance

Open for visit: 10:00am – 16:00pm

49. Kokorin Castle

Best Castles in Czech Kokorin Castle

Built in approximately 1320 by the order of Hynek Berka of Dube, the castle was significantly damaged during the Hussite Wars. After its destruction, it was rebuilt in the late Gothic style, yet until 1894, it was left without an owner, and its condition rapidly declined.

Today, visitors are often captivated by its archaic and fairy-tale charm; it has an other-worldly feel and should be high on the list of any history lover visiting the Czech Republic.

Where: Kokorin

When: 1320

Style: Gothic and Medieval

Open for visit: 9:00 am – 16:00 pm (hours vary depending on the day of the week and the time of year, so ensure that you check before planning a visit.)

50. Trosky Castle

Czech Castles Trosky Castle

All that remains today of Trosky Castle are some ruins, yet, its history and appearance are unique and fascinating. Located in a scenic landscape, these two towers are built in the Gothic style and symbolize a truly Romantic atmosphere.

Whilst many of the castles on this list take the shape of traditional castles, with equally beautiful interiors and exteriors, Trotsky Castle is fascinating and worth visiting for other reasons; today, visitors are captivated by the secret histories of the castle, such as its underground cellars and dungeons.

Where: Troskami

When: 14th Century

Style: Gothic

Open for visit: Hours vary significantly depending on the day of the week or the time of the year, so make sure you check the Czech Republic tourism website before planning a trip.

This list has explored all of the various and equally wonderful castles of the Czech Republic. From the most famous and frequently visited by tourists from around the world to the far less heard of castles, this list will undoubtedly have made you start to subconsciously plan a trip to the Czech Republic!