Křivoklát Natural Protected Zone BOOK TOUR

Visit the Forests of Medieval Kings & Hunters

Looking for a truly historic and relatively undisturbed castle within an short day trip from Prague? Consider a visit to the Castle Křivoklát. Besides this impressive castle, you will revel at the thickly forested environs of the meandering Berounka River valley.  The drive there takes you past a family owned glass factory, where you can tour (optional) the facility, and watch the glass being blown and cut.

Forget all about your troubles for a day, and join us amidst the silence of nature in the proud Křivoklát forest. Also recommended as a destination for hiking or bicycling. The ancient tree-lined roads and hunting paths, where centuries ago the Přemysl dynasty enjoyed the rugged beauty of this place, are now host to families looking for a retreat from the crowded streets of Prague. Without compromise, this is a place for families traveling with children.

Castle Křivoklát
Surrounded by a small & sleepy town, this majestic castle is one of the most famous historical monuments in the Czech Republic. Originally a wooden hunting lodge from the 12th-century, it was rebuilt many times in several architectural styles. Charles IV used it as the Seat of Royal Huntsmen, and later the castle served as a prison for the infamous alchemist Magister Kelly. It is open for tours and contains exhibitions of medieval art and trades.


(up to 4 passengers / 5 to 7 passengers)
(6 hours) $325 / $385
(9 hours) $375 / $435

Price includes:

  • Vehicle with English speaking driver/guide
  • The cost of fuel, parking highway fees and taxes
Not included are cost of entry, food and beverages