Nad Bečvou Chateau


The town is dominated by the state-owned Bečov Castle and Chateau. Originally a Gothic castle from the beginning of the 14th century, it was badly damaged during the Thirty Years’ War and subsequently abandoned. In the early 18th century a magnificent baroque castle was built in the castle’s vicinity. The grounds are complemented by a beautiful Italian terraced garden.

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Náměstí T. G. Masaryka

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 Současný vzhled náměstí vychází z přestavby po ničivém požáru v roce 1820. Stavby ukrývají v podzemí gotické sklepy, zatímco v přízemních obchodních prostorách s typickou valenou klenbou protaženou až do zadních částí domů se setkáváme se zdivem renesančním. Některé dřívější krámy zvané kvelby si uchovaly svůj ráz až po dnešek. Českolipské náměstí náleží k těm, která zůstala uchráněna modernizačních zásahů, a tudíž můžeme u většiny domů obdivovat upravená průčelí, vesměs zachovávající dobový ráz. 




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The tour of the complex takes 2-3 hours and Vyšehrad is best accessible from the Vyšehrad Metro station on the C line.

A beautiful view of Prague can be had from the terrace of the Congress Centre from where you continue towards the fortress’s walls. Vyšehrad has been inhabited since prehistoric times. In the 10th century, there was a Prince’s mint here, and in 1070, the chapter at the Church of St. Peter was founded. Shortly afterwards, the first King of Bohemia, Vratislav I, moved to Vyšehrad, and some of his successors also resided here. Charles IV built a new royal palace and had the entire Vyšehrad fortified. Most of the Gothic structures were destroyed at the time of the Hussite wars and though partly reconstructed ...
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National Technical Museum

The National Technical Museum- in 14 unique exhibitions

The National Technical Museum’s first permanent exhibitions were opened in the building at Letná in 1949. Naturally, over the course of time they have diversified and improved. The building, however, became obsolete and no longer served the original purpose for which it was designed and built. Therefore it underwent extensive reconstruction from 2003 to 2012. On 16 February 2011 the National Technical Museum once again opened to the public after an almost five-year hiatus. To mark the occasion it put on 5 new exhibitions including an upgrading of the Transport exhibition. In the following year it opened the Household Appliances exhibition. In June 2012 the museum expanded its offer with the exhibitions Chem...
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The Moser Visitor Museum


The Moser Visitors Centre offers a unique glimpse into the 155 year history of the world famous glass manufacturer - Moser Glassworks. The glass museum presents luxury crystal products from Moser and displays items from the oldest glass creations to the latest collections. During the tour of the glassworks you will experience the unique atmosphere of the production process. You can round off your visit with a trip to the company’s g...
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Nové Hrady Chateau


In the village of Nové Hrady, which is 15 km from the town of Litomyšl, you can visit the Nové Hrady Chateau, one of the few Rococo monuments in the Czech Republic. The Rococo building, constructed from 1774-1777 by Count Jean-Antoine Harbuval de Chamaré, is in the style of French summer residences, and nick-named the “Czech Versailles”. Besides the beautiful parks and castle interiors it also houses an exhibition of historical furniture from th...
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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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