This chateau was built in 1588 by Italian Renaissance artists. It was first used as the summer house of the Buben of Litice Family, and later as a hunting lodge. The unique graffito decorations immediately catch your eye: they cover all of the external as well as internal façades. The chateau interior contains a series of well-preserved rooms that are richly decorated with early Baroque paintings, stucco, and decorations. The early Baroque Dutch stove in the great hall is particularly notable. Do not miss a walk through the chateau park and a newly established game preserve.