Region of Plzeň - Czech republic
REGION OF PILSEN
You find this region on South-west of the country. There are missing the towns of medium greatness here, therefore the natural centre of all concentration in the region there is the town of Pilsen, well-known throughout the world with its production of beer.
Although Kokšín is not one of the highest peaks in Brdy, it is a characteristic feature of the Spálenopoříč region, in addition, it is easily accessible from the surrounding villages and boasts not only beautiful forest stands.
Hojsova Stráž may not be as busy as Špičák and Železná Ruda, especially if you come here out of season. As a starting point for a hike to the Pancířský ridge, it is ideal, but count on your sweating when climbing the Můstek. In addition, there are many attractions in the village itself.
Many parts of the Bohemian Forest belong to those corners of the Czech Republic that are still waiting to be discovered. Let's walk together on a beautiful nature trail near Domažlice. At a time when spring was only slowly beginning to fight winter.
I have been going to the Brd area for a very long time. I read a lot of articles about this mysterious area and wanted to explore it with my own eyes and also with my own feet on a bicycle.
Přeštice will probably forever be associated with the Přeštice pig, which was bred here, but the history of the town on the river Úhlava dates back to St. Adalbert. It is also an ideal starting point for trips around the southern Pilsen region.
The peak of Poledník near Prášil, visible from afar, is easily recognizable thanks to the lookout tower, which is one of the highest buildings of this type in our republic.
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.
Thanks to easy access from Pilsen and Klatovy, Nýrsko is an ideal starting point for exploring the western part of Šumava, but the city itself is also interesting.
Near Konstantinovy Lázně stands one of the most impressive ruins of western Bohemia. Let's go together in the video on a beautiful trip from Dudákovský mlýn and Šipín to the castle above the Hadovka stream.
The inconspicuous mountains on a large part of the Czech border with Bavaria are among the most forgotten corners of our country. I think it is very wrong. I will now take you on a trip along the Branka nature trail, which will inspire you as much as every time the Bohemian Forest will inspire me.