Making Memories in Historic Spaces.
Prague Castle hosts “Loss and Recovery”. Twenty-two rooms of exquisite art and priceless music treasures, including autographed manuscripts by Beethoven and Mozart.
The Renaissance estate illustrates, in extensive detail, how a noble family lived in the 19th century. Twelve period decorated rooms containing works by Rubens, Veronese and Cranach.
The 250-room Baroque castle was the Princely seat of the Lobkowicz family. Four centuries of history are alive in the cellars of the castle winery and exquisitely restored chapel.
Founded in 1316, the castle is perched atop the cliffs overlooking the Elbe River. Goethe called its view one of the finest in Europe, and Wagner used it as inspiration for his opera Tannhäuser.