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The forest-park on the south-eastern edge of Prague, founded at the beginning of the 18th century as a part of the Milíčov Court, is perfect for a walk on a hot summer day. The paths take you to relaxation areas, a children's playground or ponds where people can swim. However, bathing dogs is prohibited.
Although Suchdol nad Lužnicí is known mainly to paddlers, fishermen, history lovers, cyclists and hikers will also enjoy themselves here.
Vrch Nad Maráskem is located near the village of Míšov in the southern part of Brdo and is not one of the most famous. Which is a shame, because it offers great views and a walk through the surrounding forests, but at this time it is rather a welcome fact. You will avoid crowds of excursionists. A hike to this hill can easily be combined with a visit to nearby Třemšín.
Not far from Karlovy Vary stands the majestic Loket Castle on a high rock above Ohří. It is surrounded by a picturesque town with half-timbered houses and everything is completed by the surrounding nature of the Slavkov Forest.
This year's unpredictable weather and more difficult travel conditions are increasingly encouraging us to explore our homeland. Fortunately, there are more than enough opportunities for great use of free time in our country in the Czech Republic. This time we are going to the Ore Mountains for the weekend, we plan to spend the night under the aisle near the village of Měděnec, a sports day in the Klínovec Trail Park and relaxation by the pond.
Most of us know the famous West Bohemian town on the Ohře river thanks to its spas and healing springs, perhaps thanks to the International Film Festival. But there are many more reasons to visit. Let's go to Karlovy Vary together.
Under normal circumstances, the city is crowded with tourists, but due to the fight with the coronavirus, you can now see Krumlov half-empty. So do not hesitate and go, because only Prague represents a more preserved historical unit in our republic.
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.
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