„the chateau with the most valuable collections of Europe“
"Come and join us for this stunning trip to one of the most visited castles in the Central Bohemian region!" The Konopiste Chateau has become famous as the last residence of Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria, heir of the Austro-Hungarian throne, whose assassination in Sarajevo triggered World War I. The Konopiste chateau is now open to the public. Visitors can observe the residential rooms of Franz Ferdinand, a large collection of antlers (Franz Ferdinand was an enthusiastic hunter), an armoury with medieval weapons, a shooting hall with moving targets and a garden with Italian Renaissance statues and greenhouses. It is a popular place for weddings.
Entrance fees: 16,- EUR per person = adults, 9,- EUR per person = students,
incl. necessary reservation fee.
This trip can also be combined with the visit of the Karlstejn castle. (8 hours)
All indicated prices are excluded VAT. (VAT = 21%)
|Excursion (1 or 2 destination)||Duration (hours)||Private guide service (for whole group)||Private transport (driver + carpark) / (price per group)||Book tour|
|1-2 persons||3-6 persons||7-12 persons||13-20 persons|
|KONOPISTE CHATEAU||5||150 EUR||145 EUR||160 EUR||195 EUR||245 EUR||Book now|
|KONOPISTE + KARLSTEJN||8||220 EUR||240 EUR||285 EUR||340 EUR||390 EUR||Book now|
We do definitely recommend you the half-day trip to Konopiste.The castle Konopiste has the third largest weapons collection in Europe. In the warmer weather, the gardens are nice for a walk and they do demonstrations with hunting birds.
Dear GTP team, we just wanted to thank you for sending Eva to take us on our trip to Konopiste. My boyfriend and I had a wonderful time. She had no trouble answering any of our questions. She has a great guiding style. She was very knowledgeable and made our stay very enjoyable in the Czech Republic.