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Horky nad Jizerou is a village around the River Jizera where around 450 people live and where everyone knows each other. There you can feel true atmosphere of countryside where is a river, weir, old houses and fresh air.
When you hear Most you think of not particularly enchanting north-Bohemian panorama of factory smokestacks, refineries, and areas of brown coal mining. Yes. That is how the northern part of our republic looks. But there are also many amazing and interesting thing and I am not afraid to say there is also some beauty there despite the fact search for it would take us little more time than in other, southern parts of the republic.
Strašnice in Prague – only few would go there to try to find some landmark. And yet some fans of architecture would admire Trmal’s Villa, today a museum. The architect Jan Kotěra, the founder of modern Czech architecture, built it in 1902-1903.
No matter what the current weather is, Kampa and Charles Bridge are still overflowed with tourists. Including the day when the temperature fell to minus 3 degrees and it was occasionally snowing. This place hidden under the Charles Bridge offers thousands of different views. Kampa is simply beautiful in every season of year.
Are you looking for a quite, mysterious and, from a tourist point of view, attractive place in nature? Do you want to discover interesting yet basically unknown parts of land? Visit an attractive nature trail in the most western corner of Bohemia, the trail “Na cestě k Trojstátí (On the way to Threestates)”.
Kind of mysterious land of České středohoří offers many interesting things worth visiting. Even us are glad to come back to the land under Milešovka mountain to get new experiences and se something new. In our today’s article we will visit the town of Třebenice and the ruins of Košťálov castle.
Do you look for a good trip tip? Are you fond of untouched nature and landscape? Do you like to travel by bicycle? Do you like calm tourism and interesting routs? Do you admire historical milestones of the Czech history? Go to the most western parts of Bohemia, they have a lot to offer.
A climb on the highest Czech mountain should do every patriot at least once in lifetime. Sněžka is a point of interest mostly in summer but in winter this small Czech Everest is even more enchanting, isn’t it…?
Jaroměř is located in eastern Bohemia, 17 kilometers from Hradec Králové on the confluence of Labe, Úpa and Metuje. The city has the population of 12 600.
For the second time we will stop in the highest Czech mountains – Krkonoše – to climb up the highest mountain. You will learn where to start, how to prepare and what to expect from a long climb and a ridge trek during which you will pass some of the highest Czech peaks.
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