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A beautiful little town 160 kilometres from Prague, Telč has a well preserved old town which enchants visitors. Baroque sculptures and colourful facades populate its square. The town has a truly sumptuous architecture, except for Sundays - when stores and restaurants close.Read more
Slavonice, located 190 kilometres from Prague, is one of the best preserved towns in the Czech Republic. The old town is inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage list.Read more
Písek is a charming town founded by King Přemysl Otakar II in the 13th. It is located in South Bohemia, 107 km south of Prague and 50 km from the royal town of České Budějovice.Read more
Built in the thirteenth-century on 60-meter high cliff, Orlík Castle dominates the Vltava River valley. Today, however, the castle doesn't soar nearly as high over the river - since the Vltava was damned during the last century, Orlík has sat on the largest artificial lake in the Czech Republic.Read more
Located about 15 kilometres from České Budějovice, Holašovice can be explored on a short stopover during a jaunt through Southern Bohemia.Read more
Situated 150 km south of Prague, this castle dates back to the mid-13th century.Read more
This old royal city located 154 km outside of Prague grew rich from salt and silver mining. The town - also known for giving its name to Budweiser Budvar beer - is a UNESCO protected area with amazing architecture.Read more
Český Krumlov is best enjouyed if you put away your map an “lose your way” in its back alleys. It is not difficult to find one's bearings in this medieval town, so go ahead and just wander. A thorough and enjoyable tour of this UNESCO-protected city requires at least one full day.Read more