To the Castle, you can get on foot, on horseback, on bicycle or on water but also by car or by train.Have a look how & what way.
Unfortunately, now closed.
|With guide||With text guide|
|Adults||€ 8,00||€ 5,50|
|Children||€ 6,50||€ 4,50|
Zve Vás jeden obyčejný kluk (pro někoho už starší pán, ale duší pořád kluk), z malého městečka nad řekou Ohří na oslavu svých 70tých narozenin.
Zábavný pořad improvizací pana Iva Šmoldase, podbarvený swingovými písničkami Pepy Štrosse, včetně recitace jeho veršů, ale i veselé rodinné historky z jeho pestrého života.
… There is a gnome called Strakakal raging on the Loket castle? He is annoying children who have got messy hair, he pursues them with a hairbrush and slaps their backs with a book.
… In castle basements, there was Charles IV held captive? Prince Wenceslas was only a small child at that time who later became a Roman Emperor and a Bohemian King Charles IV.
… At one of his stays in Loket, Charles IV set up a journey to the forest where he discovered hot springs? The place later became the city of Karlovy Vary.
… A gnome called Gottstein has its statue on the court? He is considered to be the master of Loket´s rocks. Touch his beard, leave spare coins and make a wish.
… Johann Wolfgang Goethe, famous German poet, celebrated his 74th birthday in Loket?
… During the Thirty Years´ War, a meteorite was thrown to the castle well so that it did not get stolen by the Swedish?
… In castle tower resides an old good dragon Sarkan whom the housewives seek to get the fire for their stoves?
… The castle´s and the town´s name of Loket come from the river flow? Its shape does resemble the elbow ("loket" in Czech).