Excursion to Cesky Sternberk Castle

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Excursion to Cesky Sternberk Castle
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Route: Prague - Cesky Sternberk - Prague
Duration: 4 h

Half-day city tour to the town and Castle Cesky Sternberk. Cesky Sternberk Castle perchies on cliffs in the romantic and wooded valley above the Sazava river and compares with other early gothic castles originating in the middle ages. The characteristic of such castles are fortifications, bastions and towers. Later on its interiors were altered onto the late gothic and early baroque styels and are richly decorated with stucco works. Nowdays the castle is in possession of the Sternberks again and houses interesting expositions on castle-living style.

Price: per person

Price: 35.00 EUR


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