Zamek Bucovice
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Marek U
Warsaw, Poland379 contributions
Aug 2016 • Family
It is a bit forbidden place but you can see, that local authorities try renovate it (in my honest opinion without a taste) ..anyway, the castle is open but the garden is completely forgotten. I hope they will not change this beautiful place in commercialized hotel.
Written October 8, 2016
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Gina KD
Prague, Czech Republic310 contributions
Jun 2016 • Family
Bucovice castle is very close to Brno and even closer to Slavkov castle. Is not flooded by tourists but if you have time it makes for a nice stop. It is the pride of the locals and even if the gardens are not as beautiful as they use to be or the inside court is not very glamorous you can breath history . The castle has some museum as well but is open only during certain hours .
Written June 20, 2016
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NemBala
Budapest, Hungary24 contributions
Aug 2014 • Friends
It was a late summer morning when Bucovice has just popped up in our way to Slavkov/Austerlitz in the waving hills of Moravia. It has no fancy oversatured photos in official travel guides. But sometimes you can find the best places off the beaten track.

The complex had belonged to the huge Lednice based Liechtenstein fortune, but it was just a nice peripheric manor house in it. Indeed Lednice is the marvelous crown jewel, but it is flooded by tourists, here in Bucovice we were only tourists.

You can almost breathe the air of the past: not just the perfect loggia, the abandoned labyrinth garden and the charming fountain, but the local folks and the scene of everyday life is part of an idillic rural Renaissance set. There was a local cock, pigeon and rabbit market right in the park with funny atmosphere, redfaced farmers and children running barefoot.

There is a museum inside with symbolic admission fee.
Written September 1, 2014
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