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We would like to invite you to take a tour of the castle, during which you can visit 15 richly appointed rooms furnished in the style of various historical periods, meet important members of the Sternberg family and catch a glimpse of their way of...more
This castle is still in family possession. He owner is 93 and still living in the castle. The tour you need to get is not very expensive, but worth a lot more. The guide will tell you about the historic past of the Sternberg Family...More
Cesky Sternberk is a fabulous day trip out of Prague. It is possible to go by public transport, which involves a beautiful riverside journey for the last part. You arrive across the river from the Castle, and just walk across the bridge and up the...More
The drive from Prague was less than one hour. We decided to go to Sternberk at 11:00, had a cup of coffee in the cafe nearby, took a car at 11:30 and were at a tour in the Castle at 12:30. Beware that you will...More
The castle was build in 1241 by Zdeslav of Divisov who named it after his coat of arms (stern=star and berg=mountain), the castle is privately owned by the same family. The current owner is 20th generation descendant of the builder. The castle holds a unique...More
King for A Day at the Best Gothic Castle in Bohemia—Castle Sternberg: Czech it Out.
Few get the chance to live in a castle, but south of Prague you can get a starry-eyed view of castle life without having to watch an episode of Games...More
We arrived all excited to tour this beautiful castle. Bought tickets and were given a laminated card with a few lines written in English regarding each room we were to see. We waited more than 45 mins for our tour to begin. Happy to that...More
Date of experience: September 2015
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Katerina R, Manažer komunikace at Cesky Sternberk Castle, responded to this reviewResponded 14 November 2015
we are very sorry your experience in the castle was so disagreeable. I think the beginning of this misunderstanding was in the ticket office. Probably the lady who sold you a ticket for a tour didn't explain properly how did it work. It's...More
As far as castles in the Czech Republic go, Český Šternberk carries some serious "Wow" factor with it both inside and out.
The castle is a truly impossing sight when viewed from the nearby bridge on the Sázava river or from the dining terrace of...More