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Gardens and Castle at Kromeriz
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Nice time in Kromeriz

We visited Flower Gardena And Sala terrena in The castle. Enjoyed both very much. Garden Is... read more

Reviewed 10 August 2018
lenka d
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Beautiful palace and gardens

The archbishops palace and gardens is an opulent building. The grand room is stunning in white. The... read more

Reviewed 9 July 2018
Laura A B
Smithtown, New York
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Reviewed 19 May 2015

Several objects from the UNESCO list short walk from each is not very usual - Flower Garden, Chateau Garden and the Archiepiscopal Chateau. Sit in a cafe in one of the lanes around Large Square has its genius loci.
Flower Garden has undergone a long revitalization/reconstruction and the result is a beautiful, rugged area with places for meditation or lovers meeting. Views from the roof of the Colonnade as well as from Strawberry Hill are breathtaking. Tulips in the Dutch Garden unfortunately faded away, but wonderfully smelled herbs ... Watching children wandering in Labyrinths was very fun.
Some parts still waiting to complete planting flowers for the summer part of the year, Neptune and Lions Fountains were also waiting for water.
Flow chart of entry, ticketing, merchandising and coffee in Large Conservatory is due to the anticipated interest from visitors a reason to improving.

Date of experience: May 2015
1  Thank vlastaman
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Reviewed 10 May 2015

Wonderful town, very clean, the houses and historical buildings nicely restored. Large castle garden with a small zoo and wonderful ornamental beds. The catsle itself contains an extraordinary picture gallery with precious paintings including Marsyas and Apolon by Tizian.

Date of experience: May 2015
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Reviewed 15 November 2013

You may visit several sights and attractions in Kromeriz, but you must not miss Kvetna zahrada. It is an extraordinary garden, surrounded by a long wall which saves many acres of gardens, mostly of a french type. The most attractive part lies at the western part and is created of complex and visually appealing patterns of flowers covering around 2 acres. The good news is a fact that you can step up to the top of a rather long colonnade just next to this most beautiful part.
I addition there are two main churches of which the baroque styled one, St. Jana Krtitele, is a real gem.
And when you walk throughout the town watch the houses and villas you are go by. You will appraise its beauty.
If you really like gardens then you should visit also the Podzamecka zahrada (Castle gardens) behind the Archbishop’s Castle down to the Morava river, resembling some English gardens. It includes lagoons and ponds with a lot of birds, though also animals from a small zoo may walk around.
You should go to the Castle tower (note its unusual construction – its walls are rotated in contrary to the ground plan of the Castle itself) and especially the hall of the Castle is also worth seeing. The Castle with both Gardens is listed in the UNESCO World Heritage.

Date of experience: September 2013
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Reviewed 27 October 2013

The castle and the gardens were nothing impressive or extremely beautiful. The Flower garden was also under reconstruction and the visit was not as rewarding. But Kromeriz is a beautiful picturesque and the visit is still enjoyable. We had coffee in a cafe next to the Radnice (Town hall). The cafe was called U Radnice I think. The coffee there was delicious (I had a coffee with honey and cinnamon which was very good)!! The ice cream was not good quality.

Date of experience: October 2013
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Reviewed 6 October 2013

The garden is being reconstructed, so that it is free of charge. The entrance to the roof of the colonnade is a bit hidden - head for the right end. The garden is open throughout the whole year.

Date of experience: October 2013
Thank Denisa K
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