Beautiful scenery, gazed for hours. We went of a mad frantic of taking pictures, it was too beautiful
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A Pieter Breughel, and one of his very best ones. And 2 large Canaletto's, city views not of Venice, but of London. Could have spent the whole day watching these paintings only. Wow.
Our tour guide told us about this museum on our first day in Prague. We weren't that intrigued even though he told us that it is usually rated the top one or two museums in Prague. On our last day we needed to use our...More
One of the most exquisite palaces in Europe. And considering there are so many in Spain and the Palace in Istanbul and Budapest tat is saying a lot.
We added a visit here because Rick Steves gave it a two (out of three) stars and were we glad we did! The story of the family is fascinating, the collection amazing (seeing Mozart and Beethoven originals, Brueghel, Canoletto, the portraits, musical instruments, etc. We...More
This was a fascinating museum with my favorite exhibits the rooms with the birds done in watercolors and feathers and the Music Room which was a wonderful surprise after walking through two rooms filled with weapons. To see the original portrait of Amadeus Mozart and...More
We learnt about the Lobkowicz family and their patronage of the composer Beethoven, and how this changed the course of musical history by paying him but not controlling what he wrote. The audio guide included in the price was very good and greatly increased our...More
My only complaint was the walk getting there. The gift shop, tho small, was a nice one and we had lunch in the area as well.
We visited as part of looking around the whole Castle area. Incredible views and collections. Home to the ruling family prior to the 20th century. Great walking tour. Worth the time.
Just a quick review - if you're visiting the Prague castle environs, please parcel some time to visit this extraordinary collection of art and artifacts. The palace itself is gorgeous - but we were unprepared for the treasures this family (still alive and have opened...More