Getting There — The best way to get to Karlstejn is by train (there’s no bus service). Trains leave regularly from either Prague’s Main Station (at the Hlavní nádrazí metro stop on line C) or from Smíchovské nádrazí, metro line B, and take about 40 minutes to reach Karlstejn . The one-way, second-class fare is 49Kc.
It’s important to note that Karlstejn — the castle and the surrounding village — is far from tourist-free. You can’t enter the interior of the castle without a guided tour, but it’s worth the $16-23 (adult). It offers great views of the surrounding area and is well-preserved.
There is a train from Prague to Beroun every half hour, and this journey take about 40 minutes. When you arrive in Beroun, you will need to change to the train to Křivoklát . You then simply have to walk for 10 minutes to reach the castle .
Did you know that the Czech Republic hosts more than 2000 castles , being one of the countries with the highest density of castles in the world?
The distance between Prague and Karlštejn is 24 km. The road distance is 34.5 km. How do I travel from Prague to Karlštejn without a car? The best way to get from Prague to Karlštejn without a car is to train which takes 41 min and costs 50 Kč – 80 Kč.
Probably the oldest and largest castle in the world is the Citadel of Aleppo located in the very old city of Aleppo, Syria, built around 3000 BC.
Following the dissolution of the monarchy , the Bohemian lands, now also referred to as Czech lands, became part of Czechoslovakia , and form today’s Czech Republic (Czechia) since 1993. List of Bohemian monarchs.
|Monarchy of Bohemia|
|First monarch||Bořivoj I (as duke)|
|Last monarch||Charles III (as king)|
Prague Castle (Czech: Pražský hrad; [ˈpraʃskiː ˈɦrat]) is a castle complex in Prague , Czech Republic , built in the 9th century. It is the official office of the President of the Czech Republic . The castle was a seat of power for kings of Bohemia, Holy Roman emperors, and presidents of Czechoslovakia.