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Třeboň is rightly one of the most visited places in southern Bohemia. It combines a rich history and preserved historical center, beautiful surrounding landscape, which is a paradise for cyclists, and great fish gastronomy. Let's go to Třeboň together in a video.
A few kilometers from Roudnice nad Labem stands a mountain that has indelibly written into the history of the Czech nation. You can climb it from Rovná, from the part of the village Krabčice in the Ústí nad Labem region, where you can park well.
In 2003, the unique Třebíč Jewish Quarter and the nearby Basilica of St. Procopius were added to the UNESCO World Heritage List. Let's go to them together now via video.
Let's start with a riddle: do you know a city that has its main square named after a literary figure? You may remember that the Kadaň embankment is named after Maxips Fík, in Pilsen the streets have figures from Quick Arrows and several towns and villages did not resist recessive ideas and paid tribute to Jár Cimrman. But the central square named after a literary figure has only the charming East Bohemian Dobruška: F. L. Věka Square and then the town of Trutnov - Krakonoš Square.
Thanks to easy access from Pilsen and Klatovy, Nýrsko is an ideal starting point for exploring the western part of Šumava, but the city itself is also interesting.
We will end our series from the surroundings of Bobrůvka and Loučka on the ruins of the Košíkov guard castle. We will be happy to recommend a trip to it to all lovers of nature and a quiet trip.
Dobříš is interesting in itself, but we recommend a trip to the surroundings. The most popular places include the Karel Čapek Memorial on the outskirts of the nearby Stará Huť and Nový Knín associated with gold mining.
The valley of the Bobrůvka and Loučka rivers offers many romantic nooks and Trenckova gorge near the village of Drahonín certainly belongs among them. Let's go on a slightly adventurous trip over rocks and gorges to a rock gorge with an interesting history.
The Chuchelský háj nature trail passes through the nature reserve above Prague's Chuchle, which connects to the Barrandovské skály nature trail. It will take you along a yellow tourist and at the same time cycling asphalt road, mostly through deciduous vegetation from Velká to Malá Chuchle, or vice versa. The biggest attraction, especially for children, is the local zoo.
A tip for a pleasant afternoon walk can be a visit to the interesting Bukovina Arboretum. It is located near the village of Sedmihorky on the Hruboskalská rock plateau. The Golden Trail of the Bohemian Paradise leads through the rock town, along which it is also possible to go and visit more interesting places in the area.
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