The Červené Poříčí State Château is a unique example of a Saxon-Renaissance building, preserved in the Plzeň Region. Visit one of the regular guided tours of the château where you can learn about the historical and architectural progress, as well as about the life of local inhabitants in the past. The château is in sight from the Švihov water château in the village of the same name. It was built in 1611 by Mikuláš Šic of Drahenice, in the place of an older fortress owned by Mladota of Jelmanice. It belonged to the Imperial family In the 19th century and acquired by the state when Czechoslovakia was founded. The château was not devalued by any later reconstructions.