Walking up the slope from the small town square, it takes about 15 minutes to reach the gate of the palace. Outside the gate, there are guards and guards. Because of its high terrain, Prague is a beautiful place to enjoy. There are gates near the gate for tourists to visit, but they must go through security checks before entering.
Schwarzenberg Palace stands on the area of three buildings that were destroyed by great fire in 1541. The ruins were bought by Jan Popel of Lobkowicz, one of the richest noblemen in Bohemia and later on Prague’s highest burgrave. The mail building, in T-shape, was built in 1567, the western wing was finished several years later. The walls of the palace enclose a square courtyard divided from the Hradcanske square by a wall and a grille gate.