North and South Bohemia

North Bohemia - Romantic Rocks and Mountains

A dose of the Alps awaits with the dramatic landscapes of fairytale Bohemian Switzerland national park and the gorges of the Kamenice River.
  • Lookout towers dot the countryside, with lookout points over the rocks and mazes, or famous pilgrimage sites.
  • Take a cable car up to the modern television transmitter on Jested,
  • or set out for the highest mountain in the Krkonose Mountains, Snezka, which caps out at more than 5,200 feet.
  • Venture to the source point of the Elbe River and visit some of the waterfalls nearby.
South Bohemia - Land of Lakes, Castles and Pleasant Landscape
Nature lovers will find solace in South Bohemia, known for its landscape of forests and fishpond, fairytale countryside, storybook castles, and bucolic farmlands. 
  • The countryside offers endless possibilities for visiting places of natural beauty, but also has many historical monuments and top terrain for cycling and water sports.
  • There are 6,000 lakes, small islands, wetlands, marshes, and peat bogs.
  • Include charming, historical cities into an itinerary, like Cesky Krumlov and the village of Holasovice, both of which are UNESCO monuments.
  • The Trebon region is another magical place, and one of the most idyllic in all of the Czech Republic.
  • The entire region is packed with medieval fortresses and Renaissance towns, creating a special landscape that is now one of UNESCO's biosphere reserves.
  • Tabor is an ideal medieval city made up of a labyrinth of historic streets, monumental city walls, and fascinating history.

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