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Statni Hrad Landstejn, Slavonice

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  • Beautiful views from the Tower, livened up with Knight's tournament. Definitely worth a visit. An interesting tour.
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  • Incredible views! Well maintained castle grounds and ruins, a lot of stairs to the top - dogs allowed which we were thankful for!  more »
  • Unfortunately, as so often in Czech castles, tours nu available in Czech language. The castle is remarkably restored, one must be well on foot and have a little condition; the parking lot at the foot of Castle seems overpriced.
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  • Quite big medieval castle in ruins, but better preserved than most of others around. Easily accessible and situated in nice landscape, it's really worth the visit.
  • Must see castle ruins. Lots of hidden rooms and stairs. Some exhibits are hard to find but interesting. Must climb to the roof for the best view in Czech Republic.
  • Like stepping back into medieval times. An unbelievable experience. 360 degree view of Czech lands from the top of the viewing tower of this beautiful ruin. A must see / must do experience.
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  • Beautiful place, preserved ruins which is definitely worth a visit, especially the view from the tower. Just a pity that her neighborhood got rid of the forest.
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