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Both castles in one day – for lovers of art and history.

Karlstejn Castle

One of the most visited castles in Czech republic, located approximately 30 km (19 miles) south west of Prague.
It was founded in 1348 by Czech king and Holy Roman Emperor Charles IV. as a royal treasury of the holy relics and coronation jewels.
You will explore medieval village and interiors of the castle.
Walking on the flat surface up the hill.

Konopiste Chateau

Originally built in 13. century as a medieval fortress. The castle had many owners over the centuries, the last one who bought the castle in 1887 was Habsburgs archduke Francis Ferdinand d’Este who is the best known for his death in Sarajevo in 1914 which signalized the beginning of the first world war.
On our tour you will see interiors of the castle, representative rooms, private chambers of Ferdinand d’Este, one of the world’s most extensive collection of historical weapons.


All the prices include services of the guide and transportation.
If you wish you can also book a car and driver only.

Number of personsPrice per group
1 - 26300 CZK
3 - 67200 CZK
7 or moreplease ask for special price

Euros and US Dollars are also accepted according to the actual exchange rate.

Duration: 8 hours
(closed on Mondays)


Karlstejn Castle

Royal Circle No. 1

(includes – Great hall, the audience chamber, private rooms of the Charles IV. and his wife)
270 CZK adults / 180 CZK students

Royal Circle No. 2

(includes – Imperial palace, Chapel of St. Catherine, Church of Our Lady, Chapel of the Holy Cross – decorated with 2000 semi-precious stones and paintings from 14. cent.)
300 CZK adults / 200 CZK students

Konopiste Chateau

Salons of the south wings

220 CZK adults / 140 CZK students & seniors

Salons of the north wings

220 CZK adults / 140 CZK students & seniors

Private rooms of Ferdinand d’Este

320 CZK adults / 220 CZK students & seniors

Both tours are available from April – October only.

Royal Circle No. 2 is available from May – 3rd November only, reservation necessary 30 CZK pp.

Admission fees may change without prior notice.

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