Be inspired by the views of the St. Ludmila Vineyards and Mount Říp from Mělník Chateau, standing at the confluence of the Vltava and Elbe rivers. The interiors are naturally just as interesting; you’ll see the Great Hall with its unique collection of 17th-century European maps, the majestic concert hall and the Chapel of St. Ludmila, commissioned by the wife of Charles IV. Take a peek into the gilt-edged Great Dining Hall of St. Wenceslas and the children’s rooms containing toys and furniture from the 19th century. The exhibition also includes a gallery of paintings by famous masters – Karel Škréta, Petr Brandl and Paola Veronese to name but three. And don’t forget to take a look round the large cellars, which cover 1,500m² over three floors.