history of the castle, and thanks to the exhibition, we will be able to discover the House of Nádherný. Painted scenic expositions with historical motifs will take us to the turn of the 19th and 20th Centuries. As a souvenir we will take home a unique stamp and an original postcard.
For a connection between Prague and Adršpach, you can choose among several connections. From Prague Černý Most, go in the direction towards Trutnov, where you will take the next bus in the direction of Adršpach. Early birds can get on the road already at 8:00 a.m. and others one hour later. A train journey is considerable, where in the direction from Trutnov, you can take a journey that has a slight circuitous route in the direction to Adršpach (Prague – Trutnov – Adršpach route). In some circumstances, it is worthy get off already in Starkoč and take the train to Teplice nad Metují and then Adršpach.
For a trip from Wroclaw to Adršpach, you can take advantage of the direct bus route at 11:30 a.m., which will take you there in less than two hours without a single transfer.
A new feature of
the 2018 season is the resumption of a cross-border rail transport with a route
of Adršpach – Walbrzych.
On the castle premises and in the surrounding garden we can experience living in the roles of castle noblemen as well as servants - we will be able to try on period clothing and let ourselves be photographed while wearing it. Thanks to commentary tours, we will find out about the history of the castle, and thanks to the exhibition, we will be able to discover the House of Nádherný. Painted scenic expositions with historical motifs will take us to the turn of the 19th and 20th Centuries. As a souvenir we will take home a unique stamp and an original postcard.
The Nádherný family from the municipality Borutín were initially millers who were gradually expanding their assets. They were able to use them to heighten their social status, thanks to which they were later on granted an aristocratic and chivalric title and became significant
pesonalities in trade and politics during the era of the Austrian-Hungarian Empire.
Adršpach is a significant climbing location. The mountaineering desire and the rock ascent known as The Lovers (Milenci), one of the most popular rocks among climbers, became fatal for
Josef Emanuel from the House of Nádherný in 1929. The tragedy, that is up to today surrounded by ambiguities, is memorialized by a plaque located in the rock chapel. The chapel serves as
a memorial for those who lost their lives in the rocks.
… the House of Nádherný made a significant contribution to the development of the tourism sector in Adršpach because it built, repaired and maintained the hiking trails?