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Prague: Melnik Chateau Day Trip with Wine Tasting

Product ID: 204223
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Explore the royal town of Mělník that was bequeathed by the Czech king to the queen. Discover the ornate interiors of Mělník castle and marvel at the incredible Baroque masterpieces. Taste wine in the medieval cellars and enjoy lunch at a local tavern.
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Duration: 6 hours
Starting time 9:00 AM
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Wheelchair accessible

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  • Discover Melnik’s top sights all in one day
  • Visit the Mělník castle and sample wines in the cellars
  • Enjoy round-trip transit to and from your Prague hotel
  • Learn about the city's history from your guide
Full description
Travel less than an hour north of Prague to the Melnik Chateau. Enjoy a tour through the stunning interiors, filled with valuable pieces of art and historical furnishings. Marvel at the Renaissance arcades and ornate façades. Learn about the chateau's history which is closely tied with the prominent Lobkowicz family, who currently own the chateau. See the breathtaking paintings by Baroque masters Karel Skreta, Petr Brandl, and Peter Paul Rubens which line the walls of the chateau and chapel.

After the tour, head down into the wine cellars which were founded by Holy Roman Emperor Charles IV. Learn about the long history of winemaking in Melnik. Winetasting tours are available for individuals or for groups. See the press and fermenting tanks in the first cellar, then continue on to second and third cellars where the wine is stored. Wines offered on the tour include Ludmila wine, sparkling wine Chateau Melnik, Pinot Noir, Pinot Blanc, Pinot Gris, Traminer and Lobkowicz’s St. Laurent.
  • Hotel pick-up and drop-off
  • Transport in a private car
What’s Not Included
  • Food and drink
  • Museum admission

From £401.34 Per group up to 3