Lemberk Castle is located in the village of Lvová, part of Jablonné v Podještědí, west of Liberec. It was constructed in the 1240s by Havel of Markvartice. In the second half of the 16th century it was rebuilt into a Renaissance chateau and it acquired its present appearance after the mid-17th century under the lords of Breda. The last owners were the Clam-Gallas family, who owned the castle until 1945.

Today only the cylindrical tower is still standing from the original structure. The castle is now state owned and accessible to public in the form of organized tours.



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Founded: 13th century
Category: Castles and fortifications in Czech Republic

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František (2 years ago)
My favourite castle in the north of Bohemia. Unfortunately, it's currently under heavy reconstruction but the surrounding park full of apple trees and charming statues is definitely worth the visit. True hidden gem.
Aivaras Žukauskas (2 years ago)
The place is full of history. I recommend it for the adults and older kids, 11+.
Koba Grrr (2 years ago)
Small family trip by train from Liberec. Filled with history and beautiful nature.
Tonnie Aalbers (3 years ago)
On the Parking, you van buy food and drinks. Also we stayd for the night with our Campingcar.
Elliot Jalley (6 years ago)
Didn't go into the castle, it was shut, but the gardens are magical. Suitable for a sports buggy.
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