12th January 2016

Prague Post: Czech National Heritage attractions saw record visitation

The figure was 5,087,000, or some 200,000 more than in 2014, which was also a record. The NPÚ (National Heritage Institute) is optimistic that 2016 will see the record broken again due to the 700th anniversary of the birth of Emperor Charles IV.

The most-visited site in 2015 was the castle and chateau in Český Krumlov, with 401,000 visitors. Closely on its heels was Lednice with 386,000 people. But if Janův hrad, a castle also managed by the Lednice administrators, is included then Lednice and Janův together had 406,000 visitors, Prague Post wrote.

Both Český Krumlov and the Lednice-Valtice cultural landscape are UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The third-most visited site is the chateau at Hluboka, with 273,000 visitors. The top five concluded with... Read full article.


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