Výlety castles and palaces Kraj Vysočina

Budišov (chateau)

In the Vysočina region, in the Třebíč district, there is a small village called Budišov and a Renaissance, Baroque chateau.

Castle Ledeč nad Sázavou

Do you enjoy traveling? Go around Sázava and you will find a lot of beautiful places. The first written records relating to Ledeč nad Sázavou Castle in the town of the same name date back to 1181. The castle can be found in the Vysočina…

Chateau at Kamenice nad Lipou

On the main road from Jindřichův Hradec to Pelhřimov, you will pass through the town of Kamenice nad Lipou, where it is worth stopping at the local chateau and at the same time the dominants of the whole town.

Chateau Nová Ves u Chotěboře

To the northwest of Chotěboř lies Nová Ves, a village founded in 1288 by Mstislav, a knight from Chlumek Castle near Čáslav. Historical sources do not mention the manor, only a large estate is mentioned. In 1709, however, the farm was bought…

Chateau Velké Meziříčí

The first indirect mention of the Velké Meziříčí castle comes from the first half of the 13th century. The lords of Lomnice, who owned Velké Meziříčí until the end of the 14th century, also gave the town their…


Come with us to the most visited monument in the Vysočina region, to the largest building of the first half of the 18th century in Europe. The symbol of the town of Jaroměřice nad Rokytnou, the Jaroměřice chateau.

Kámen castle

Kámen Castle got its name from the rock on which it stands. It is located in the village of the same name only 15 kilometers from the town of Pelhřimov. In addition to admirers of historical monuments, motorcycle lovers will also enjoy themselves…

Landštejn castle

The South Bohemian region, like many other tourists, will attract you with its great sights, including Landštejn Castle, located near the town of Nová Bystřice. The history of the royal castle Landštejn began after 1222, when a huge…

Lipnice nad Sázavou castle

Are you tempted to explore the surroundings of the Sázava River? Head to Lipnice nad Sázavou, where a huge aristocratic castle has stood since the beginning of the 14th century. Lipnice Castle was built around 1310 and the then owners were…

Náměšť nad Oslavou Castle

We will just introduce you to the chateau where the famous families lived - the Žerotíns and the Wallensteins. Sometime around the middle of the 13th century, you would only find a Gothic castle here, which was probably built by the Tasov family.…

Pelhřimov (chateau)

The city of Pelhřimov perhaps does not even need to be introduced. We find it a few kilometers west of Jihlava and in addition to other interesting monuments, there is also a castle, next to the church of St. Bartholomew.

Polná (chateau)

At the edge of the town of Polná in the district of Jihlava and near the pond called Peklo there is a Renaissance chateau. The village of Polná was even declared a historic town in 2006.

Přibyslav (chateau)

A castle once stood on the outskirts of Přibyslav, which was later replaced by a Renaissance chateau, which can still be found on a slight hill.


The beautiful landscape of the Javořické hills and the location of the old castle on a rocky promontory make Roštejn castle a monument that cannot leave you cold when visiting the surroundings of Telč. The tower with a view, the thorough…

Světlá nad Sázavou (chateau)

The chateau in Světlá nad Sázavou is a one-storey building, the four wings of which form an enclosed courtyard. In the part of the north wing you can admire the winter garden (orangery) with a cave and a pond, which can be entered directly…

Telč château

Would you like to see a perfect example of the transformation of a Gothic castle into a luxurious Renaissance mansion? Then visit one of the Moravian architectural gems, Telč Castle. Its owners approached the history and heritage of the ancestors very…

Třebíč (chateau)

The history of the Třebíč chateau is inextricably linked with the Benedictine monastery, but it was also created by its reconstruction. Next to it stands one of the monuments of Třebíč, which belongs to the UNESCO World Heritage List, namely…

Valeč (chateau)

About 10 km southeast of Třebíč lies Valeč, a small village, which historical sources first mention in 1358, and in which we find a castle. At that time, Valeč was a divided estate of the brothers Ctibor and Beneš of Valče, and the merger of…

Žďár nad Sázavou castle

The historical center of the town of Žďár nad Sázavou forms the area of the baroque chateau Dr. Radoslav Kinský, which lies on the outskirts of the city, between two ponds, Konventný and Branský. It is located in the…