Not so long ago we introduced you Obříství, an unusual central-Bohemian town. Chlumín is located nearby and even there are several interesting things – a castle, a Marian column or the Church of St Mary Magdalene.
Horin is a place where everybody stops when passing by. Such enchanting are every town and village crossed by a river or a navigation channel. Another uniqueness of Horin is its large castle complex, or ruins to be more precise.
Who ever have gone along Elbe to Germany certainly noted beautiful landscape along the river banks. Similar attributes belong to the town of Decin. The town is located on the meeting of the Elbe and Ploucnice rivers. On a cliff above the point where the two rivers meet, there is Decin Chateau, local landmark.
State castle Ploskovice castle, which is in care of the National Heritage Institute, is another attraction of the Ústí Region. White as snow, guarded by several loud peacocks and set in a green park would not disappoint tourists.
Well, you will hardly see such a place! The village square in Obříství is truly unique not only with its area but also its location. Obříství has its own distinct atmosphere despite the fact its landmarks aren’t in the best condition. The first look will not enchant you but it is worth exploring.
Apocalypse in the Czech Republic – this could be a one name for events of couple of last days. Large floods hit the Czech Republic with a similar intensity as in the year 2002. That year the water level was so high as it was a hundred year water. The Czech Republic was better prepared than before, despite all of effort water caused heavy damages in the country.