The milongas' location
All the milongas will take place in the hall of the neo-Gothic Red Castle, which is part of the castle complex at Hradec nad Moravicí. A big wooden dance floor has been prepared for you. There will be snacks and dinner, and a bar with waiter service will be open all the time. At the entrance there will be a cloakroom, and near the hall an area for relaxation.
about the castle: https://www.zamek-hradec.cz/en
castle full of music
Ludwig van Beethoven arrived for the first time in Hradec nad Moravicí at the
invitation of his patron, Prince Karel Lichnovský, in the summer of 1806. He
spent three months in the chateau, but then the stubborn and dour Beethoven
argued with the prince and left.
The visits by the famous, yet choleric Beethoven is remembered in Hradec nad Moravicí not only by the classical music festival 'Beethoven's Hradec', which is today one of the most important festivals in our country, but also by the many objects used by the composer. Visitors to the castle in Hradec nad Moravicí can also see his room.
Although the story of Ludwig van Beethoven is most closely connected with Hradec, not every visit by prominent musicians was so unsuccessful. The Lichnovský family were art lovers and patrons of the most famous musicians of their time. Karel Lichnovský himself was a student of the magnificent Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. As further examples, the violinist Nicolo Paganini and the composer Franz Liszt stayed in the castle; Felix Lichnovský did not hesitate to buy a mahogany piano for the latter's performance at the chateau, for the princely sum of 600 thalers.