This castle is situated outside Prague, in a wooded area.
Belonged go the pretender of the Austrian thrown, Archduke Franz Ferdinand, as an escape for him and his family. His death and that of his wife started WW1. The castle's furniture is authentic. Lots of beautiful surrounding to explore. For those who cannot, or do not want to climb the uphill paths to the castle, there is a trainsystem departing from the large parkinglot, up to the castle!Plenty of places to eat, or buy gifts. They should however stop 1 authentic venue: the Bear Pit. A sad sloth bear, which mate died not long ago, lies sadly on a rock for people to gawk. In todays age, with all the technology they must do better. Release him to a Sanctuary or a modern age zoo. That is my and many people seeing this, complaint.
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