In the Castle complex, the Lobkowicz Palace has been turned into a museum. It’s a fairly nice palace, not at the top tier, though. The collection of paintings mainly includes pictures of the inhabitants through the centuries. If you read about them, it was a somewhat interesting history, but as artwork, well let’s just say after probably 40, 50 portraits, it’s gets a little tedious. The rest of the collection is pretty nice. We probably spent more time than we should have, but what made the visit truly worthwhile was the view of Prague from the balcony. Wow, spectacular is probably understated. I told the worker in the room where the balcony was attached that it was probably the best view of a city I ever saw. Her response, that’s what almost everyone says. We probably stayed gawking at that view for 15, maybe 20 minutes. Then we went down to the cafe balcony downstairs for a nice, but lesser view. If you go to the Castle complex and of course you will, then you really need to see the view, if not the museum. It’s trip malpractice not to.