Karlštejn Castle, a Gothic gem to the southwest of Prague, was built by Charles IV in 1348 to preserve the precious coronation jewels. At Karlštejn Castle you can explore not only Czech Crown Jewels, a collection of holy relics, but also experience your Day at Karlštejn
A unique original 14th-century wall decoration, a set of 129 paintings created by Master Theodoric in the Chapel of the Holy Cross (the largest in the world), the largest portrait gallery of kings of Bohemia in the Czech Republic, a replica of the royal Crown of Bohemia, a unique castle well. The…
Give yourself a full day, this Fairytale Castle is worth it It is about 1 hour by car from Prague, good connection by train or even better take a half day guided tour from Prague.
Famous Castle named after Czech king and Roman emperor Charles IV. Hop on train or rent a bike to get here.
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“Vapiano is a great place for lunch or dinner and in the OC Quadrio mall there is plenty more options to eat for cheap”
“Art restaurant and terrace grill in beautifully restored functionalist architecture.”
“ visit the longest caves in Bohemia, tens of millions of years old with unique decoration. For example, you will see the famous Koněprusy rosettes, fascinating sintropades and other various stalactite formations. There is also an exhibition of skeletal finds in the cave and you will also visit the secret medieval money-making workshop.”
“Restaurant and wine shop. Just across the street. Great collection of wines. Try some Czech dry Rhine Riesling. There is nothing better than drink this liquid gold and feast your eyes on riverside during sunset.”