Dance Club U Kolji


This town also has something to offer lovers of night life, for example you can visit a night club, which is just 15 minutes from Smetanovo náměstí.

Dance Club U Kolji, a modern music club, equipped with air conditioning, karaoke and a good selection of drinks.

Open: Wed 19:00 - 02:00, Fri & sat 21:00 - 05:00

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Brno Underground

Brno podzemíThe Brno Underground, open in three easily accessible parts, attracts those interested in looking under the streets and squares. The largest is the Labyrinth under the Vegetable Market, historically the oldest public space in the city, with an interesting guided tour. During the tour you’ll also get to peek in at the Mint Master’s Cellar under the Dominican Square and the Ossuary under St. James’ Church. This is the largest ossuary in the Czech Republic and the second largest in Europe and has the bones of more than 50 thousand de...
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St. Luke’s Church, the Wax Museum


During a visit to St. Luke’s Church, which is one of Karlovy Vary’s neo-Gothic gems, visit the Wax Museum. The exhibition is made up of the oldest wax dummies in the world and will acquaint you with the famous visitors to Karlovy Vary, such as royal families, politicians, gene...
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This tour takes you through the historic city centre. It starts at the Prašná brána (Powder Tower), at the site of the one-time Royal Court from where the coronation processions set off, then proceeding through the Old Town, across the Gothic Charles Bridge towards Prague Castle and St. Vitus’s Cathedral. The tour is divided into two parts, each of which can take either 30 minutes (if you don’t look around you too much), two hours (if you stop at the recommended sites) or four hours (if you decide to look around the corner or enter some of the buildings).

The history of the Old Town of Prague dates back to Romanesque times. The walls surr...
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The outdoor rope centre


The outdoor rope centre is located in Karlovy Vary’s Lázeňské lesy. The rope centre is a good destination for sports enthusiasts who like to test their physical and mental capabilities. Here you will find circuits with rope obstacles for children and adults alike, low rope and top-rope obstacles. Trained instructors make sure everything runs smoothly and safely. The rope centre is located at the former St. Linhart Restau...
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The Black Tower in Klatovy

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This five-story tower is 81.6 metres tall and was built between 1547 - 1555 by Master Anthony de Salla to signal danger - chiefly fires and enemy troops. The many fires it has witnessed gave the tower its dark black colouring, hence the name the Black Tower. In 1855 the tower was fitted with a clock, which was made by a local mechanic, Jan Bošek. The big hand measures 2 metres, the hands and numerals are gilded. There are 226 steps leading to the observ...
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Turn right at the end of Nerudova street and you have arrived at Prague Castle.

The tour of Prague Castle takes two hours provided you do not enter the buildings and the gardens. A thorough inspection of Prague Castle may take the whole day, but without the art galleries, 4-5 hours suffice. Earphones for a guided tour are available at the information centre.

The seat of the rulers of Bohemia was built on a hill overlooking the River Vltava probably as early as in the 9th century and was gradually expanded over the centuries, bearing traces of all historic periods.

Enter Prague Castle’s first courtyard through the main gate from Hradčanské náměstí sq...
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The tour of this part of Prague takes a whole day, with half a day dedicated to the town itself and 2-3 hours to an inspection of Vyšehrad.

The New Town of Prague is the fourth, and last, of Prague’s towns which closed the medieval development of Prague. The town, founded in 1348 by Charles IV, was actually fully built-up only as late as in the 19th century. Its network of streets with three large marketplaces has been preserved to this day. Václavské náměstí (Wenceslas Square, originally the Horse Market), is now the centre of the city. The buildings in the square are from the 19th and 20th ce...
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Jindřichův Hradec has a new opportunity for a rather unusual way to spend your free time – a discgolf course in the town centre. Discgolf is one of the most widespread sports with a flying disc and is derived from normal golf. Anyone can play Discgolf and it is an ideal sports activity for the whole family. You can learn to throw the disc in a few minutes, no matter what your age or level of fitness – all you ...
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Dolní Vítkovice

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Ostrava is known as steel city and the steel mills are actually the biggest attractions here and they are definitely worth seeing. The locals also call Dolní Vítkovice the Ostrava Castle. Dolní Vítkovice is a former industrial area comprising of the “Hlubina” mine, coking plants and the blast furnaces at the Vítkovice ironworks. The grounds are a unique industrial monument and an unmistakable symbol of Ostrava and the entire Moravia-Silesia region. T...
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St. Barbara’s Church


The church has always been a symbol of the city and remains Kutná Hora’s most famous building. With its ring of chapels around the main altar, Saint Barbara’s Church is considered to be the most original late Gothic cathedral in Europe. The building...
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Důl Michal


The Důl Michal National Cultural Monument presents the working day of a miner.

In September this year the Science and Technology Centre opened in Ostrava. Its aim is to inform visitors about interesting discoveries in science and technology in a playful manner. In an area of 14,000 square meters it offers its visitors four worlds: the Children’s...
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The House of Tapestries

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The House of Tapestries is located in the former chateau brewery building near Jindřichův Hradec Chateau. It builds on the more than hundred-year tradition of the famous Jindřichův Hradec tapestry workshops. The House of Tapestries offers a unique opportunity to get acquainted with the history of weaving in Jindřichův Hradec and watch the making of new tapestries, as well as the restoration o...
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This is a tour to be made if you are staying longer in Prague. It consists of two parts of which the first is dedicated to the former Prague Jewish ghetto (and takes 4-5 hours), and the other is a tour of other places of interest across Prague’s oldest town, complete with a tour of the National Gallery collections (it takes another 4-5 hours).

Josefov is the name of Prague’s former Jewish Town, established as an independent fifth district within the territory of the Old Town of Prague following the emancipation of the Jewish population after 1850. It was named after Joseph II, under whom Prague’s Jews were at last granted some civil rights. The former ghetto used to be one ...
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