Mělník & Kokořín Castle

Suitable season for visit spring, summer, autumn Difficulty tourists, families with children
Length of trip 5-6 hours Km from Prague 60
Price includes transport from Prague and back, entrances, lunch, tasting wine, guide

Prices start at € 40
To get precise price calculation of your trip, contact us at office@guide-tour.cz

You can choose from 3 options:

1. Mělník&Mělník chateau

Why you should travel with us:

  • To enjoy a glass of chateau wine while looking into the landscape
  • To take a tour where the chateau presents the rich collections of paintings and furniture of the Lobkowicz family
  • To see other important monuments in Mělník such as Gothic three-nave Church of St. Peter and Paul, the graveyard Church of St. Ludmila, Renaissance and Baroque houses,…

2. Kokořín castle

Why you should travel with us:

  • To take a walk in one of the castles that were forbidden to be repaired
  • To sought inspiration in the ruin as many important Czech romantic writers and painters
  • To hike in a region that seems to have tumbled out of the prettiest of picture postcards (in summer there is a possibility to swim in a natural lake)

3. Golden circle

Why you should travel with us:

  • Mělník
  • Mělník Chateau
  • Kokořín Castle

Start: Prague – from your hotel, at 08:30 – 09:00

See Mělník, a beautiful town near the capital city of Prague. Taste its wine! In Mělník, you can view the Castle and the confluence of the Elbe and Vltava Rivers or just to enjoy Kokořín Castle, which is especially interesting, set in beautiful natural surroundings.


Mělník is a town in the Central Bohemian Region of the Czech Republic. Among other things, Charles IV has the credit of introducing vineyards to the Czech Lands. He had the lands cultivated according to the French model, specifically to grow grapes.

Mělník Chateau

Mělník has become famous mainly for its  Ludmila wine, named after the saint. A culinary trip to these parts should never omit a visit the Lobkowicz family chateau. The chateau tour ends in the wine cellar. A drop of wine will hopefully help to wash away your impressions of the ossuary which is reminiscent of the horrors of the Thirty Years’ War.


Enchanted by the charming countryside, you will certainly want to venture a bit further northwards to Kokořín Castle. It was founded in the 14th century, but its current appearance was created by renovations undertaken at the beginning of the 20th century. The repairs saved the Castle from complete ruin, but were so influenced by Romanticism that the result is a castle that would be better suited to a Hollywood film.