Built upon a 12th-century Romanesque fortress, this 250-room Baroque castle historically served as the princely and ducal seat of the Lobkowicz family until its confiscation by the Nazis. It is also home to the award-winning Roudnice Castle Winery.
*Tours are operated by an external organization and are offered only in Czech.
Discover one of the largest castles in the Czech Republic. It boasts many unique architectural features among its 250 rooms; such as its hidden Romanesque perimeter walls and the Baroque chapel with magnificent frescoes. Please note entrance is only possible with a guided tour.
In the 12th century, on the site where Roudnice Castle now sits, a fortress-style castle was built by the powerful bishops of Prague. This castle served as a popular summer residence for Prague's bishops and archbishops and is said to be the place where Jan Hus was ordained a priest.
Since 1603, the Roudnice Castle Winery has produced award-winning wines in its historic cellars. Visitors can try these marvelous wines with distinct tastes from the region of Bohemia.
Every year the Roudnice nad Labem Cultural Center and Lobkowicz Event Management draw thousands of excited guests to the Wine Harvest Festival held on the castle grounds to celebrate the wine, food, music, and traditions of the region.
Fulfill your dream of having a noble wedding in our impressive Baroque Castle, originally the historic and Ducal seat of the Lobkowicz family.