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Spilberk Castle

Shpilberk 210/1, Brno 602 00, Czech Republic
+420 542 123 611
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This imposing 13th-century castle first served as a fortress and then as a prison for common criminals and opponents of the Hapsburg monarchy.
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Shpilberk 210/1, Brno 602 00, Czech Republic
+420 542 123 611
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Reviewed yesterday

This,castle is a fair hike up a hill just outside the old town of Brno. The walk up was nice as imsaw horses grazing on the lawns and the walk up the path was nice as you could get good views of Brno and there...More

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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Fine but not the greatest. Beautiful castle, but no one speaks English/German, and you are almost forced to go a specific route, and can't turn around, if you remember you want to investigate something further. You do get handed a book with English explanations, but...More

Thank miiech
Reviewed 3 days ago

I really enjoyed tour around Špilberk castle, which was used as a prison in the past. There are labyrinths bellow whole castle, which were used for this purposes. You can take a tour and learn a bit about the history of prisoning (and yep it...More

Thank Iris N
Reviewed 1 week ago

pleasant walk up to the castle - small souvenier shop in a courtyard, exhibitions, restraunt's food very good,

Thank Kozmicwarrior
Reviewed 1 week ago

It's such a nice (and hard) climb up to the white castle overloooking Brno and surroundings. You don't have to attend the shows up here to have good time on the hill.

Thank Mogeltoft
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The Spilberk Castle is located in the middle of a beautiful park. It takes a moderate effort to climb but it is worth. The museum inside the castle includes a history section, a rich art section, architecture (I was less interested) and temporary exhibition (the...More

Thank Dan R
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Went on a Saturday so some activity for 2 weddings. Beautiful views and architecture. Lots of restaurants on the way to the castle, and 2 small coffee shops inside the grounds. Lots of shade trees and places for a picnic. We walked the grounds, did...More

Thank Bobk1964
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

we just took an evening walk after early dinner. great views of Brno. nice and sunny evening. enjoyed it fully.

Thank Valsinorb K
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Scenic walk, nice view over brno. Quiet and very peaceful. Very high slope to get there but it is worth it. Park is well maintained.

Thank Ulrike M
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Most of what you see dates from the 1830s when the fortress was converted into a prison. The design of the buildings was determined by the need to lock people up and ensure they could not escape. As a result the whole construction is not...More

Thank Robert937
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