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České Budějovice

České Budějovice is a statutory town and the cultural metropolis of South Bohemia. The town is located in the centre of a valley of the Vltava river, at the confluence with the Malše river, its population is over 93 000 inhabitants and many historical sights and museums are located here. The 72 metres high Black Tower […]

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Published on: 03/10/2017  -  Filed under: History

Hluboká nad Vltavou

The Hluboká chateau is located in the town of Hluboká nad Vltavou, 11 kilometres north of České Budějovice. It is open to the public and it belongs to one of the most attractive tourist sights of the Czech Republic. It contains 140 abundantly equipped rooms and offers a few tourist tours. An English landscape park […]

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Published on: 02/10/2017  -  Filed under: History


Český Krumlov

The town of Český Krumlov is often called the jewel of South Bohemia. Its historical centre was included into the UNESCO World Cultural and Natural Heritage List in 1992. The castle (with a unique baroque theatre and a revolving auditorium in the castle gardens) and St. Vitus Church are the significant features of the town. […]

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Published on: 01/10/2017  -  Filed under: History


The town is a significant historical and natural reserve and it is a frequented tourist and spa destination. There are two spas in the town – the Berta´s Spa and the Aurora Spa. The Třeboň Fishery, the largest fishery in Europe, is settled here, as well as the Regent Brewery which was established in 1379 […]

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Published on: 30/09/2017  -  Filed under: History


Nové Hrady Region

The southeast part of the county is formed by well-preserved nature of the Novohradské Mountains which are popular especially with hikers and cyclists. The town of Nové Hrady is the natural centre of the mountains. The Terezino Valley with an artificial waterfall built in 1817 is located nearby. The Kraví mountain (originally the Kamenná mountain) belongs […]

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Published on: 29/09/2017  -  Filed under: History


Holašovice is a village situated in the South Bohemia, 16 kilometres west of České Budějovice. A unique set of buildings constructed in the South Bohemian folk baroque style in 1870s was designated a village heritage reservation in 1995 and it was included into the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage List in 1998. The village is formed […]

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Published on: 28/09/2017  -  Filed under: History