The Hláska tower is the only surviving remnant of the fortifications of the oldest part of the town of Roudnice nad Labem.
Although it survived the medieval wars as an observation and announcement tower, it was seriously damaged in the fire of the town in 1665. After reconstruction in the 18th century, it served as a water tank for the fountain in Hus Square. Nowadays you can climb up to the gallery of the tower. An unforgettable experience will be the view of the dominant feature of the town - Lobkowicz Castle - and the panorama of the Bohemian Central Highlands. You can visit other sights of Roudnice along a circular walking route with a number of stops at selected monuments. The starting point is the signpost at the Romanesque castle.
Tuesday to Sunday at the following times
10.15, 11.15, 12.15, 13.15, 14.15, 15.15, 16.15
Tuesday to Friday at the following times
10.15, 11.15, 12.15, 13.15, 14.15, 15.15
Saturday, Sunday at times
10.15, 12.15, 13.15, 15.15
7 December 2019 - tours at 10.15, 11.15, 12.15, 13.15, 14.15, 15.15
Possible changes in tour times subject to change.
The tour is only possible with a guide. Tickets must be purchased at the Podřipsko Information and Transport Centre.
For groups of 10 people we recommend booking in advance. Thank you.
In case of interest, individual tours can be booked outside of the above dates.
Admission includes a tour of the castle and the Romanesque castle tower Hláska.