Nice castle, good trip if you want to go out of Prague! 1h 10 min driving.. nice walk in the woods as well! Don't miss the view point!
About Krivoklat Castle
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This castle is easy to visit in a day trip from Prague, although is not as easy to get to as Karlstejn. To get to Krivoklat, you take a train to Beroun and then switch trains for Krivoklat. The journey takes about one and a...More
We visited Krivoklat Castle in August. It was easy to park for 50 CZK under the castle with easy walk to it. We have enjoyed tour around whole castle. The tour was interesting and guide was informative.
This is one of the oldest castles in Czech republic and at the same time very well conserved. It does worth to be visited and spend the week end there. The yard can be accessed paying a ticket of 60czk, there you can visit a...More
This castle has very interesting history. The restoration is ongoing and not necessarily grand, but the place is certainly worth visiting with a knowledgeable guide.......
We love this castle. It's one of the oldest and very well preserved. We don't usually go inside touring but we just hang out in the courtyard, walk around little stores and climb up the stairs to get the gorgeous view from the roof. There...More
Visited in July 2017 (not for the first time but after long time). This castle is one of the most beautiful castle we have got. Admission price acceptable, the court of the castle and small tower can be visited even without admission. You can sit...More
Quite a distance from Prague. Disappointed as the castle guide only speak in Czech. Lovely view from the castle, otherwise unimpressive collection in the castle. Would not recommend going unless you like the scenery on route to castle.
About 1 hour and 15 from Prague. You drive through beautiful forests before you arrive to this medieval castle on the top of a ridge. One of the oldest castles started by Wenceslas I. Beautifully preserved with dungeons, towers and beautiful rooms. The antique sleds...More
There is not a good vantage point to take a picture of the castle from a distance as there are too many trees in the way. By the time you are cleared of the vegetation, you are quite close to the castle already. No matter,...More