“Long Ride” – a 292-metre access road to the Děčín chateau, walled on both sides, which gets smaller as you go uphill giving the optical illusion of a longer path. It was caused by the rock’s crumbling over several years
St. George’s Chapel – built in the late 18th century. Visitors can marvel at the jewelled ceiling. When the military resided there it served as a kitchen. The chapel area was reconstructed not long ago and currently serves as a concert hall and lecture hall and for marriage ceremonies
Exhibitions – in the east wing of the chateau several rooms have been renovated which contain exhibitions of artists from the Děčín area
Chateau stable – artistically the most valuable room in the chateau, which Maxmilian Thun-Hohenstein arranged to be built. He was a great admirer of horses. 23 horses stayed here and in the front there used to be a fountain in the shape of a horse
Rose garden – one of the most valuable artistic works in the town, it is located on the rock terrace above the town parallel to the Long Ride. It got its name from the rosarium that was put here, the garden is dominated by the “gloriet” which bears a set of statues of mythological gods
sala terrena – at the upper part of the Rose Garden, walls and ceiling are decorated with original wall paintings from 1678, their subject is stories from Greek mythology.
gloriet – elevated two-story lookout, crowning it are statues of two fighters and the balustrade is decorated by seven female sculptures, covering the entrance to the covered corridor extended to the northern wall of the Long Ride and connecting the space of the chateau with the church of the Raising of the Holy Cross
In addition to the main tour you can see an exposition of the District Museum (entrance fee separate) – baroque paintings, views of Děčín, castle armoury containing parts of weapons and exhibits protected from devastation, it is decorated with original frescos and a wooden ceiling