The town of Mělník became famous through its vines as well as with its confluence of Labe and Vltava-rivers. The locality is distant only 30 kilometres from Prague, and it is administrated in Central Bohemia Region. As town´s dominanta (where approx 20 thousands of inhabitants are living) it is a Castle and St. Peter and Paul Church Tower.
Chlumec nad Cidlinou is a small town, with Kinsky Castle dcominanta, proudly erecting above Cidlina-river. On the other hand: it is a place where the time was completely stopped. However, it happened during a period which was not too positive with its memories for Bohemian nation.
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.
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.
The place, with each right Czech person does not connect with anything other than a car manufacturer Škoda. Winged arrow and hundreds of colourful cars that just rolled off the production line, they are no longer visible from the highway in the direction to Liberec.