The village Červený Hrádek (Red Castle) is located near Jirkov, which together with Chomutov forms a common agglomeration. Above the village we can visit the castle of the same name the orange roofing of which contrasts on the green background of forest stand and attracts our attention from afar. The castle was named after the red painted medieval castle which after the Thirty Years' War was rebuilt into the baroque castle. The adaptations of the castle to its present appearance were designed by the famous Czech architect Jan Kotěra. Today the wedding ceremonials or other social events are held in the castle and there is a permanent exposition. The castle restaurant is open daily and the hotel offers the accommodation in stylish rooms and luxury suites. We can relish the romantic atmosphere when strolling in the well-kept English style park and draw positive energy - in short, a perfect relaxation. Some specimens of woody plants are worth mentioning because they are one of the first specimens planted out in our country. We should also visit the fenced area of the park which now serves as a game preserve for breeding the fallow deer and moufflons. In the local car-camping we can visit the swimming pool which offers the pleasant refreshment.
With regard to a short distance from the centre of Chomutov we can make this trip on foot or possibly by cycling or by car.