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We would like to invite you to take a tour of the castle, during which you can visit 15 richly appointed rooms furnished in the style of various historical periods, meet important members of the Sternberg family and catch a glimpse of their way of...more
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Cesky Sternberk 1, Cesky Sternberk 257 27, Czech Republic
+420 317 855 101
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Reviewed 30 May 2018

This castle is now in possession of the Štenberk family who also owned it before the confiscation during the 40's.The family is taking care of it pretty well and it is visible that this castle is important to it's owners. Interiors and collections are interesting...More

Thank lera_nechaeva
Reviewed 19 April 2018 via mobile

After the castle of Hluboka above Vltava, the castle of Steenberkov was not impressed either from the outside (also being reconstructed), or by the interior decoration, and the excursion itself, because of the large number of people, smeared the impression, t. All the people did...More

Thank Andrey P
Reviewed 11 April 2018

The castle is situated at one of the best places, at the top of a hill whilst the river passes a few meters by it, don't miss it!

2  Thank George A
Reviewed 7 April 2018 via mobile

We got a private tour for just the GFriend and I, so cheap for such an excellent tour, plus you can take photos.. Also the owners live there, and it’s been in the family for over 800 years, they were always generous to the surrounding...More

Thank Food_Leigh
Reviewed 2 October 2017

We visited one Saturday afternoon. Unfortunately the roadwork's on the D1 meant a long detour compared to how long it should have taken but very quiet on the long winding country roads to get to the Palace once off the motorway. Parking is across the...More

Thank jay h
Reviewed 16 September 2017

We drove to see this great castle with my family and had the most wonderful visit. There is a paid parking area 250 m. from the main entrance, short walk up a hill. Our guide was a young lady that did not overwhelmed us by...More

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Reviewed 31 August 2017

You can get here by car or by train from Prague. We visited with cars so not sure how long the journey takes. During the summer there are guided tours quite often as a lot of people are visiting, 1 nearly every 30 minutes. I...More

Thank Peter D
Reviewed 8 August 2017

Very beautiful castle near Prague that you can easily reach with train or bus. The castle offers guided tours also in foreign languages except Czech. The tour was really nice, the guide was polite and friendly :) I was quite surprised with the prices and...More

Thank Simona J
Reviewed 28 July 2017 via mobile

I didn't even know there was such a beauty only 40 mins from Prague. It's a beautiful Castle, well maintained, with 2 parking lots nearby. Recommend it😋👌

Thank Jan P
Reviewed 4 June 2017 via mobile

This castle is still in family possession. He owner is 93 and still living in the castle. The tour you need to get is not very expensive, but worth a lot more. The guide will tell you about the historic past of the Sternberg Family...More

Thank Matt W
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17 May 2015|
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Dear Sir or Madam, Cesky Sternberk is a castle, not a hotel, we don't provide any accomodation. But sockets in the Czech Republic are the same as in the Poland, I presume. Best regards Katerina
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