Visit the chateau
Originally a Gothic castle dating back to the 13th century, the building was converted into a Renaissance chateau during the 16th century. Last extensive reconstruction of Chateau Hluboká in a romantic Neo-Gothic style in 1840 – 1871, including landscaping of the park and surrounding countryside, was performed by the Schwarzenberg family.
Go horse riding
Right near the pheasantry is the historical Vondrov Court, famed for breeding of Schwarzenberg horses. You can book a horse-riding trip here, a trip in a horse-drawn carriage or lessons in the riding hall.
Play a round of golf
The golf course in Hluboká nad Vltavou spreads out over an area of 68 hectares in the beautiful natural surroundings of southern Bohemia in the landscaped park next to Chateau Hluboká. It includes 18 + 9 holes and a large driving range.
Visit the zoo
Another attraction which Hluboká nad Vltavou boasts is located not far from the pheasantry – the local zoo. More than 300 animals are kept here over an area of 6 hectares including wild cats.
Get acquainted with some history
A Museum of Forestry, Hunting and Fishing has been established right next to the zoological gardens at Chateau Ohrada on the banks of Munický Fishpond, the oldest museum of this kind in Europe.
After a demanding day, you can relax in the Aquamarine wellness & spa centre at Hotel Diamant in Hluboká nad Vltavou.