This remarkable Baroque building, with endless gardens, will mesmerize you.
The chateau was built for the Counts of Sternberg and is located close to Prague’s Zoo, so you can plan on visiting them together. The city of Prague owns the building and hosts the 19th-century Czech art collections of the City Gallery.
Visitors marvel at the Troja Chateau’s stunning trompe l’oeil ceiling, plus the assortment of other art that lines the palace’s walls.
From time to time, concerts are held on the chateau grounds.
Czechia (Czech Republic)
2 – 3 Hours
Accessibility Level – High
Czech koruna (Kč)
From: 60 CzK
Trojský zámek, U Trojského zámku, Prague 7, Czechia
Czech (official) and English
Kids, Teens, Adults, Seniors
- Full: 150 CZK
- Reduced: 60 CZK
- Family: 250 CZK
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Best Time To Visit
The best seasons to visit Prague are spring and fall when the weather is mild, and there are fewer tourists.
Summertime means warmer temperatures and many tourists. It also means higher hotels and flights rates.
Prague also enjoys many visitors during the Christmas season, but note that you should expect a fair amount of snow and low temperatures.
* Remember to check the weather forecast few days before the trip and before heading to the airport. *
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