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Just as the Vltava river leaves the border of the capital in the north, it turns right from the castle and small town, graciously set in the green and rocky canyon - Roztoky. The easy accessibility of the historical center of Prague and the location in the beautiful nature reserve makes the solution an ideal place for both life and vacation.
Not far from Teplice, the mining town Krupka is situated below the slopes of the Ore Mountains. Thanks to the romantic surroundings and the historical center of the town, it was popular with tourists already at the beginning of the 19th century. In 2019, Krupka became a UNESCO World Heritage Site as part of the Erzgebirge mining region.
Where to go with your children for the weekend? The Ore Mountains are ideal. There are many possibilities of accommodation - either in the highest situated Czech town Boží Dar, or perhaps in the quiet town Loučná pod Klínovcem.
Not far from Ústí nad Orlicí, there lies inconspicuous town of Choceň. Immediately on its edge begins the beautiful valley of the Tichá Orlice river, a visit of which is definitely worth it, especially in autumn. Let's go there together!
No matter what direction you come to Sušice, the Stráž hill with the Chapel of the Holy Guardian Angels cannot be overlooked. Together with Svatobor, it belongs to the unmistakable landmarks of this town of Šumava.
Near the former border of Bohemia and Moravia lies the town of Litomyšl, which is one of the most picturesque in the Czech Republic. Thanks to the fact that several important personalities were born or stayed here, many cultural events and festivals continue their tradition. Let's go to Litomyšl together.
The season to visit castles over already, but several popular buildings are open all year round. If you miss the middle of a dry weekend after a trip to a nice castle, Karlštejn certainly is a great option.
Prague-Zbraslav managed to revitalize a wooded hillside a few years ago between residential construction, which was far from the park. Today it rightly boasts the name of the Belveder Forest Park. And as the name belveder suggests, it is a scenic point.
Kutná Hora is one of the most beautiful cities in the Czech Republic. Before heading to the famous historic center, be sure to stop by in the Sedlec district, which houses the ossuary and the Church of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary and St. John the Baptist. The ossuary is decorated almost exclusively with human bones. These are the remains of plague epidemics and Hussite wars. Then you can head to the very center of Kutna Hora. For example, start with the Italian Court.
The Bohemian Karst offers countless possibilities for beautiful trips - whether on foot, by bike or by boat. One of the most popular destinations is the village in the heart of the protected landscape area - Svatý Jan pod Skalou. Let's go to it together from the nearby village of Srbsko.
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