The Chateau Garden dates from the beginning of the 16th century and its area, purpose and style have changed over time. The English Garden, with an area of 64 hectares, was originally intended for the cultivation of fruit and vegetables. It gradually turned into a park with around two hundred rare trees from all over the world, with a network of water channels and ponds, unique buildings, a small zoo, and free-ranging animals, such as peacocks, swans, ducks, or chickens. The Chateau Garden is connected to the interior of the Archbishop’s Chateau by Sala Terrena. Not only tourists, but also locals are attracted by the beauty of the Garden and its romantic setting for walks. The possibility of refreshments and sitting in the pleasant corners of the Garden only enhances the pleasure of the experience. The Chateau Garden is open free of charge all year‑round.