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kagatlin wrote a review Jun 2019
Statesville, North Carolina597 contributions133 helpful votes
Located about 30 minutes south of Cesky Krumlov, this castle is worth a visit. The tours are only given in Czech, but they provide you with an English guide which is very adequate- our guide spoke English and answered our questions. Very interesting artifacts and art to see.
Date of experience: June 2019
Michal S wrote a review May 2019
Prague, Czech Republic26 contributions6 helpful votes
Cesky Krumlov is overcrowded but you can enjoy same historical feeling not far from it. Whole village is amazing. There is few place for view and great pictures for you instagram.
Date of experience: May 2019
Rudolf H wrote a review Mar 2019
5 contributions5 helpful votes
Rožmberk nad Vltavou The beatiful small city close to AUT/CZ border. Founded by the one of the oldest czech aristocratic families Vitek in 13-th century passed later to ownership the House of Rozmberk, other famous aristocratic family and finaly In 1620 the town became property of Charles Bonaventure de Longueval, Count of Bucquoy. This family owned the town to 1945. We let our car in a town square where we started our journey. The parking has space for cars of disables and it is verry nice. Except of hotel-restaurant Ruze (Rose), there was only one restaurant and the quality of dishes was not too high /if you want to eat just chips and schintel, you will not have any problem, but if you want someting more, sorry, in this town you can not find higher level of gastronomy. In a front of parkig is a beatiful gothic style church that is, unfortunatelly, close. Visitors can make a phote just from outside. Then we travel up to the castle äcarefull! It is prohibited to travel there with a car: only cars of post can travel there. The castle is BEATIFULL. Unfortunatelly we ware Monday there whan the castle was close. But what is really more importaint and more beatifull is a view to the town. Absolutely WAU!!! Rožmberk nad Vltavou - IT MUST. /Close to the town is lake Lipno founden by Rozberk. It is centre of sport and fishing. Amazing!!! /…
Date of experience: February 2019
iris64 wrote a review Oct 2018
Budapest195 contributions144 helpful votes
Before every tour we do, I make sure to collect all the opening times and I did the same thing in case of Rozmberk Castle. Unfortunatelly on the internet it said: "open between 11.00-13.00". When we arrived to the gate 9 minutes after 11 a.m., the door was closed, invane we rang the bell, we could not enter the castle. In front of the gate there was a sign with the October opening times (see attached) and it turned out that there is a tour at 11 a.m. and another at 1 p.m. Does make a difference.... Anyway the little village below the castle is lovely with the "usual" main square. It is worthwhile to climb up to the castle (not a long walk) for the view from the castle. Wish I could give you information about the inside, too......…
Date of experience: October 2018
Darling Diaz wrote a review Jul 2018
Guatemala City, Guatemala71 contributions6 helpful votes
I totally enjoyed the visit. And Kids too had a great time with the stories they've been told about the castle.
Date of experience: August 2017