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Set in the Czech Highlands, Pernstejn is an enchanting locale defined by its grand castle, often called the Marble Castle of the Czech Republic. A bastion of history and nature, it captivates visitors with its inspiring landscape and rich past. Read more

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Dominating the landscape, Pernštejn Castle, built in the Gothic and Renaissance styles, serves as the crown jewel of the region. Said to be one of the most well-preserved medieval castles in the country, it exudes an air of majesty and historical significance. The town surrounding the castle offers an authentic Czech experience that’s far removed from the bustle of major tourist spots. Expect narrow lanes, quaint shops, and friendly locals who are always willing to share stories from the area’s rich history. Pernstejn is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts, with sprawling forests and winding rivers creating the ideal setting for hiking, biking, and water sports. Also, the area has an enduring relationship with folklore and legends, making your experience in Pernstejn feel like stepping into a living fairy tale.

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The most famous sights
What to do in Pernstejn

Pernštejn Castle

The defining landmark of the region, offering guided tours that take you through the history of Czech nobility and breathtaking views from the tower.

Svratka River

The river provides various opportunities for fishing and kayaking, giving you a unique perspective of the town’s natural beauty.

Local Craft Shops

Artisanal crafts are abundant in the town, with small boutiques offering handmade goods that reflect Czech culture.

Church of St. Nicholas

An ancient church that stands as a monument to the region's religious history, boasting unique architecture and intricate frescoes.

The Old Mill

A functional, historical mill that also serves as a museum showcasing the agricultural practices of the past.

Forest Trails

Several well-marked trails offer adventurous routes through the rich natural landscapes surrounding Pernstejn, ideal for hiking and biking.

Seasonal Festivals

The town celebrates various annual festivals that focus on history, local cuisine, and traditional Czech crafts.

Traditional Czech Pubs

Experience the warmth of Czech hospitality in the local pubs where home-brewed beers and traditional snacks are a must-try.

Nearby Vineyards

Take a short drive to explore local vineyards and experience Czech wine culture, complete with tastings and tours.

Folklore Events

Special folklore events held annually introduce visitors to local legends and stories, usually accompanied by traditional music and dance.

What else to visit
In and around Pernstejn

Namest nad Oslavou (29.31 km)

Nestled on the banks of the Oslava River, Namest nad Oslavou is a picturesque Czech town boasting medieval charm, a stunning chateau, and natural beauty. A haven for history lovers and outdoor enthusiasts, this hidden gem promises an enriching experience.

Zelena Hora Monastery (30.72 km)

Stands as an architectural marvel, blending Baroque and Gothic styles in a stunning, spiritual setting. A UNESCO World Heritage site, this unique pilgrimage complex offers visitors a sublime experience of art, faith, and history.

Brno (35.35 km)

Brno, the second largest city in the Czech Republic, is a harmonious blend of historical monuments and modern life, all set in the picturesque surroundings of South Moravia.

Trebic (41.23 km)

Třebíč is a hidden gem nestled in the Vysočina Region of the Czech Republic. Known for its UNESCO-listed Jewish Quarter and St. Procopius Basilica, this enchanting town beckons travelers with its rich cultural tapestry and vibrant history.

Cervena Lhota (41.39 km)

Nestled amidst lush forests and serene waters in the South Bohemian region, Červená Lhota is best known for its enchanting red château that appears to float on a lake.

Slavkov (52.34 km)

Slavkov, better known as Austerlitz, is a quaint town in the South Moravian Region of the Czech Republic. The name Austerlitz is forever etched in history due to the monumental Battle of Austerlitz, a decisive engagement during the Napoleonic Wars.

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