The ruins of Trosky is one of the most famous Czech castles and the symbol of Bohemian Paradise. It is based on the summits of two basalt volcanic plugs. The lower peak is called Baba (Old Woman) and the higher one is known as Panna (Virgin).

The castle was established in the second half of the 14th century. During the Hussite wars, Trosky was a centre of the pro-Catholic sides. It is therefore not surprising that in all probability the castle was never completely conquered by the Hussites or any other enemies. But your task is to conquer it! Conquer both of the towers and take a photo on each of them.

You can find more information on this page. The castle is open from April 1st to April 30th every weekend from 9AM to 4PM and then from May 1st to June 30th from Tuesday to Sunday from 9AM to 5:30PM, the entrance fee for students is 60CZK, for adults above 26 years it is 80CZK.