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CZ: Ceske Budejovice - Unjustly Neglected
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A royal city on the confluence of the Vltava and Malse rivers is known rather as the suburb of Cesky Krumlov. However, the city is worthy of your attention. Ceske Budejovice has beautiful historical district with Premysl Otakar II square at its center. Its main feature is the Samson fountain. Also, you can see there Cerna Tower or St Mikulas cathedral. There are numerous landmarks in the city but social events or exhibitions frequently take place here as well.
Let today's video lure you to visit this small city.
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.
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.
South Bohemia is a popular and beautiful region. Cesky Krumlov is one of the most popular sites here. Yet every other village is just like it was taken from some fairy tale. A village square with gables is sort of a prototype of a classic Czech village. When you have a pond on the square then you can easily expect to see a water goblin making shoes out of willow. Holasovice is one such village. In 1998 it became a UNESCO site.
Almost a hundred thousand city in south Bohemia would deserve more attention. It shouldn’t be known only as “tourist suburbs” of Cesky Krumlov as it is known today. The royal city on the confluence of the Malse and Vltava impresses with its historical core; especially with Premysl Otakar II square with the baroque Samson’s Fountain and the town hall.
Lately I have travelled more and I have seen interesting laces. It is popular today to have a wellness vacation or visit some thermal spa so once I was given the opportunity to visit such a spa there was little to no hesitation.
So let’s continue in our story where we have left it. We return to Bad Füssing thermal spa. We have seen some of what it has to offer but what else is there to do? You shouldn’t miss a walk in pretty vast and beautiful spa park. There are many flowerbeds which fit together really nicely. The colors will allure your sight. Moreover, there are benches, fountains, and silent nooks – simply a perfect place to relax.
We set off early in the morning with a long way ahead of us. We are looking forward to a lake cruise. In 1873 the first steam boat Emperor Franz Joseph I had set sails on the lake and cruises have been made there ever since. The steam boat was a technical marvel the then. It is 33 meters long and also was used as a propriety in couple of movies because it allegedly looks romantic. You can also take a ride by this boat as it is still part of the fleet.