South Bohemia, UNESCO - 1992
Český Krumlov is one of the most beautiful and the
best preserved towns in the terms of architecture in
Czech Republic. It is situated in the Vltava river valley
at the foot of the wooded Sumava. The town which was
first mentioned in chronicles as early as the mid 13th
century is the unique complex of three hundred historical
houses and building. The castle - the second biggest
in Czech Republic - has nice renaissance park and castle
baroque theater with completely preserved stage machinery.
South Bohemia, UNESCO - 1992
Telč is town of irresistible beauty situated at the
Czech - Moravian frontier. The town was founded in the
13th century at the intersection of busy trade routes.
The originally Gothic castle was rebuilt in the second
half of the 16th century in the Renaissance style and
today ranks among the best preserved architectural complex
with well - preserved valuable interiors. You should
not miss the unusual opportunity walk around the town´s
square, which is encircled with picturesque houses with
decorative fronts and arcades.
East Bohemia, UNESCO - 1999
Litomyšl was founded in the 13th century in the place
of an important trade route connecting Bohemia and Moravia.
You will visit an impressive renaissance chateau (dating
from 1568 - 1581) with more then 8 000 sgraffits. The
castle complex includes a birth place of famous Czech
composer Bedrich Smetana, a castle brewery, small baroque
theater and amphitheater in the castle park. The ancient
square with Renaissance and Baroque houses is one of
the largest in the country.
||Lednice - a romantic landscape
South Moravia, UNESCO - 1996
Lednice is one of the most frequented places in the
country thanks to its historical monuments of world
importance - two Neo-Romantic Gothic Chateaus, the unique
largest English park in the whole of the continental
Europe contains many exotic trees and romantic buildings.
As this is a wine region, you should spare some time
to spend in a cool wine cellar over a few glasses of
good wine, listening to harmonica or cymbalom.
||Kutná Hora - Country´s treasury and
East Bohemia, UNESCO - 1995
Kutná Hora is extremely interesting town in terms of
architecture. It was founded on the early Middle ages
in the center of a large deposit of silver and gradually
became the second town in importance after Prague. You
will absorb the unique atmosphere of the Baroque and
Gothic style - the St. Barbaras Church, Italian Court,
the former Royal Mint that once produced Prague Groschen,
Cemetery at Sedlec with a Gothic ossuary decorated with
the bones of 40 000 people.
||Holašovice - European village
South Bohemian, UNESCO - 1998
Holašovice is an exceptionally complete and well preserved
example of a traditional Central European village, containing
a number of high - quality vernacular building from
the 18th and 19th centuries in a style know as the "South
Bohemian Folk Baroque" and preserving a ground
plan dating from the Middle ages.
||Kroměříž - Athens of Moravia
Central Moravia, UNESCO - 1998
Kroměříž was founded in the 13th century on the river
of the same name, in a fertile lowland where human settlements
date back to the dawn of history. You will be enchanted
by the town's churches, with the Baroque and Gothic
architecture, by the English park and beautiful Garden