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Castle Rabi, Susice
(4.8/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
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  • The beautiful ruins of the largest of the third, where you dýchnou old times. Tour guide were sweet and sophisticated. I can only recommend!
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  • The castle is really beautiful, from the inside and from the outside. Around nicely decorated and even including the piazzas. Too bad it's short opening time. In addition, portrait he came eye...:-)
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  • The Rabí Castle is one of the most beautiful ruins in the country. In the stables was romantic with the courtyard is fotoexhibition pretty a swing for children. When the circuit of the tower is a spectacular view of the countryside. I recommend to all lovers of history.
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  • One of the biggest and best known medieval castles in this region. It's quite well-preserved, so it's really worth the visit.
  • Pěkná zřícenina hradu Rabí.
  • Amazing atmosphere, wonderful the smallest town of the CZECH REPUBLIC. I highly recommend the restaurant Atawa on the square. The castle is actually a fabulously haunted. Beautiful family outing.
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  • The monumental ruins of the Castle, where Žižka lost his second eye
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  • Well-preserved castle ruin with maintained premises offers two circuits tours (the Palace and Tower), just stay in the courtyard and also relatively viable walk around the Castle (about 15 min.)
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