Region of Hradec Králové - Czech republic
REGION OF HRADEC KRÁLOVÉ
The Landscape of Český ráj (Bohemian Paradise) is not to be neglected part of this region.
According to the title – Bohemian Paradise - you can conclude that it is something really extraordinary. Nevertheless, for the local citizen it is something standard, normal as anywhere place in the country.
Today we go to nine cities, which, with one exception, are located in Eastern Bohemia and are united not only by a common history, but also by the fact that it belonged to the Czech queens in the past. These are Dvůr Králové nad Labem, Hradec Králové, Chrudim, Jaroměř, Mělník, Nový Bydžov, Polička, Trutnov and Vysoké Mýto.
Near Bartošovice in the Eagle Mountains, right on the border with Poland, lies the village of Neratov. Visitors are mainly attracted by the unique church of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary, but we must not forget the surrounding beautiful nature. So let's go to Neratov together.
Between Adrspach and Teplice nad Metuji in the eastern part of Bohemia, there is one of the most beautiful places in the country. Water, wind and frost formed in the course of million years this beautiful rocky town we take you to today.
The Eagle Mountains are undoubtedly one of the most beautiful areas in the Czech Republic. Let's now hike together from the tourist center Deštné in the Eagle Mountains to their highest mountain.
Although a small village located in the Hradec Králové region dates back to 1052, it is probably experiencing its greatest glory only now. Visitors from all over the Czech Republic come here to enjoy the unique medieval atmosphere. Dětenice is located on the road between Jičín and Mladá Boleslav, less than 70 kilometers from Prague. The village lies practically at the beginning of the beautiful Bohemian Paradise. Part of this small village is the unique Castle Resort Dětenice, which includes a Baroque castle, a brewery and a medieval tavern.
The town located in the Hradec Králové region on the river Kněžná is associated with several historically significant names. The author of the novel There Were Five of Them comes here - the writer Karel Poláček, the composer Jiří Rychnovský, Magdalena Dobromila Rettigová wrote the famous Domestic Cookbook here and the Kolowrat family owns and manages one of the largest Baroque complexes in Bohemia - the Kolowrat Castle.
Visitors go to our oldest national park for fresh air, mountain tours and unique nature. You can spend an active and unforgettable summer vacation here. We will give you a tip on what to visit and where to stay so that you are close to everything important.
Let's start with a riddle: do you know a city that has its main square named after a literary figure? You may remember that the Kadaň embankment is named after Maxips Fík, in Pilsen the streets have figures from Quick Arrows and several towns and villages did not resist recessive ideas and paid tribute to Jár Cimrman. But the central square named after a literary figure has only the charming East Bohemian Dobruška: F. L. Věka Square and then the town of Trutnov - Krakonoš Square.
Today we set out to one of the most visited tourist areas in the Czech Republic, the majestic and highest mountains of the country - the Giant Mountains. Our goal will be the largest and oldest mountain cabin of Luční bouda (1410 m above sea level).
The Ore Mountains are an ideal place for hiking, offering countless excursions. In winter, when there is enough snow, it turns into a cross-country paradise. There are so many great routes from Boží Dar that it would be a pity not to come here in winter.