Lobkowicz Chateau and Romanesque Castle
At the end of the 12th century, the Bishop of Prague had a Romanesque castle built on a rocky ridge above the river Elbe. It was enlarged during the Gothic period. In the 16th century, a Renaissance wing was added and later was the entire complex expanded even further.
Budyně nad Ohří Castle
The golden treasure is allegedly hidden in the castle in Budyně nad Ohří as a result of work in the alchemical workshop. It has been recently restored and is a major attraction. The castle from the 13th century is surrounded by a moat and a swampy bank of the river Ohře.
The original Ronovec Castle from the first half of the 14th century was significantly expandend and enhanced by the well-known Archbishop of Prague, Jan of Jenštejn, at the end of the same century.
Litoměřice Castle and the Exhibition on Wine-producing
The former Gothic castle is the pearl of the royal town of Litoměřice. The heart of the castle dating back to the 13th century is a modern exposition dedicated to winemaking.
Ruins of Košťálov Castle
The castle, first mentioned in 1372, served from the Hussite wars as the residence of the important North Bohemian family of Kaplíř of Sulevice; it too fell into disuse in the Renaissance 16th century, when it was replaced by other, more accessible residences.
Ruins of Panna Castle
The stronghold built in 1421 by Catholics against Žižkov's Kalich Castle was conquered and thoroughly rebuilt by the Hussites, making it one of their most important fortresses in the country.
The ruins of the Kamýk Castle
The castle founded before the year 1319 thanks to the initiative of King John of Luxemburg was used to control the Elbe Valley, to which it still offers an excellent view.
The ruins of the Skalka Castle
The small residence of the local aristocratic families, first mentioned in 1357, prospered without inconveniences, until it was destroyed by the Swedes during the Thirty Years' War.