The castle is first documented in 1295, and it was demolished in 1505 by its last owner, the bishop of Wroclaw. The material was used to rebuild the bishop's castle in Javorník. Only the remains of walls and of a tower survived.
The museum provides the visitor with details about the history of the town, renowned figures in the area and the music composer Karel Ditters of Dittersdorf. The museum provides the visitor with details about the history of the town, renowned figure ... (more)
This ancient seat of the Wroclaw bishops, laid out on a spur of land above the town, is first mentioned as a Gothic castle as early as the year 1307. It was reconstructed into a Renaissance chateau over the years 1482–89 and later underwent Baroque ... (more)
Do you ride a mountain bike? Do you like riding along narrow paths? Now there are Rychleby Trails for you.Rychlebské stezky (Rychleby trails) is network of trails which are specifically designed for enjoyable ride on mountain bike in close touch wit ... (more)
Construction of 13 century, the typical architecture of the transition of Romanesque and Gothic styles, is one of the oldest buildings in the region.
The monumental Baroque church was built between 1715-1725. It features a beautiful and rich interiors.