CASTLE OF TŘEBOŇ (ZÁMEK)
Petit Futé's opinion on CASTLE OF TŘEBOŇ (ZÁMEK)
It forms a large part of the southern part of the historic centre, between Zámecký Park and Masarykovo Náměstí It's a very open, unpretentious complex. It is composed of various courtyards and very varied buildings. It is a 16th century Renaissance castle built on the site of a medieval fort by the architect Domenico Comete for the Rožmberks. It has been revised many times since then. During the Thirty Years' War, it was looted by the Swedes, who stole the books from the rich library. At the end of the war, it became the property of the Schwarzenberg family for nearly three centuries, until 1920, the date of the land reforms. The castle houses many important documents related to this influential family.
From the garden, you can access a permanent exhibition presenting the nature of Třeboň and its surroundings. This is a great opportunity to learn about regional fauna and flora, but also about local traditions and the interaction between human societies and the natural environment, and how they have shaped the landscape (open in April and October every day except Monday from 9am to 5pm, from May to September every day from 9am to 5pm, the rest of the year only on Wednesday from 2pm to 4pm). The explanatory panels are dubbed in French. You can also contact a local association that takes in injured or endangered wildlife and shows them around its farm (✆ +420 384 722 088 - [email protected]).
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Opening time and information on CASTLE OF TŘEBOŇ (ZÁMEK)
Open in April, May, September and October Tuesday to Sunday from 9am to 4pm, until 5pm from June to August. Three tours with the choice: in English Kč180 each one, combined Kč250, plus a tour C at Kč70 only open in July and August. Chateau's park in free access, open every day from 6am to 6pm, until 7pm in May and September, until 8pm in July and August.