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We took the boat on the Brno dam to a stop under the castle, then it is a very nice stroll in the valley of river Veverka and a little climb up to the castle. To enter the grounds you pay a small fee (aprox...More
We took the tram from town to the dam & then the lake boat trip to the castle - a lovely way to arrive.
We took a guided trip around the interiors that they are slowly restoring. We were given detailed information sheets whilst the...More
Our austrian friends recommended visit of lake of Brno dam and to take sightseeing boat to the lake surrounding. We got off at castle Veveri with interesting small museum. What a charming and relaxing trip.
We'd been told that up at the castle "Burcak" is being served at this time of the year - it's a fermented drink, in between grape juice and wine - but that applied only to weekends, and we found the castle and its premises closed....More
My country has no sea, but my home town has a dam. It is great to boast with it and enjoy summer boating plus visiting the Veveri castle. Even if you do not enter the interiers, observing exteriers broadens your horizons. Studying the special edition...More
I visited the castle on the way to Brno, a wonderful place in nature. The castle has a small museum with various exhibits especially medieval weapons. An ideal place for a picnic with family or friends
Castle Veveri, is one of the pretiest castles I have seen. If you are interested in going there it is a long trip to the top. I would suggest you bring food and drink for the journey. Located on the outskirts of Brno's borders, there...More
We took boat, it is cca 45 minute trip on lake. Castle is not in perfect condition. Many ongoing construction. Very limited opportunity to get lunch, only hot dogs and beer. Overall area is excellent for walk.
We took the boat option to get there, so the whole trip was more of an excursion. I enjoyed walking from the boat up the castle steps and around the battlements. Churchill took his wife here on their honeymoon. The views are great and we...More