Scéna Restaurant and Cafe


This restaurant is about 8 minutes from the lower right corner of the Velké náměstí in Tovačovského Street. Its airy and modern interior is combined with modern cuisine run by experienced chefs. The food here is cooked in the French Sous vide style, i.e. cooked in a vacuum sealed bag at low temperatures. This method is more time demanding, so you can expect to wait a bit longer. In a...
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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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Červená Lhota Chateau

Cerv Lhota

The Červená Lhota Chateau is located in Southern Bohemia, about 20 km from Jindřichův Hradec and stands in the middle of a pond on a hard, rocky island. The chateau is accessed via a stone bridge linking the dam with the island. The chateau gained its present form in 1530. During the tour you will see 16 rooms representing the life of the nobility in the 19th century and the start of the 20th century....
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Kynžvart Chateau

 Kynžvart Chateau


Kynžvart Chateau, with its extensive park, is located about a kilometre from the town of Lázně Kynžvart and 10 km from Mariánské Lázně. At the beginning, the end of the 16th century, a Renaissance fortress stood here, which was later converted into a Baroque chateau. Ky...
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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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Sokolov Chateau


The chateau is situated in the town centre, just a short walk from the square. It consists of a two storey building with four wings and an enclosed courtyard with four corner towers. The centre of the courtyard is decorated with a fountain. It is interesting that its northern towers are cylindrical and the southern towers are angular with circular lower parts. On the south side there is a balcony with a small ...
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The Chateau Grounds - UNESCO Site


Litomyšl Chateau, a national cultural monument as well as a UNESCO monument, is the town’s dominant feature and one of the most important Renaissance monuments in the country. The history of the mount’s settlement and later the chateau has been inherently linked with that of the town throughout its existence. The chateau was built during the era of Vratislav of Pernštejn in the years 1568 - 1581. Today the chateau is...
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Jindřichův Hradec Narrow Gauge Railway


If you want to experience a truly unusual train journey from the olden days, drawn by a steam locomotive over a hundred years old, then visit the local station and take a ride. The steam trains set off on the narrow gauge railway from May to September. A ride on this 100 year old historic steam train to the charming nooks and crannies of Jindřichův Hradec and Czech Canada will be a unique and unforget...
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The Chocolate Museum


In the premises of threeIMG 5131 historic houses the Museum of Chocolate and Marzipan in Tábor showcases the history of chocolate, its cultivation, the importation of cocoa beans to Europe and the subsequent processing into sweets, bars, pralines and figures. The exhibition also shows the history of packaging and advertising posters, on display are porcelain and pewter kits from which chocolate was drunk in the 19th century, an aristocratic saloon or a model of cocoa bei...
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Ski&bike Špičák


Lovers of adrenaline and rapid descents on mountain bikes will find the perfect place at the Špičák resort close to Železná Ruda. Currently the bikepark at Špičák is the fastest growing bikepark in the Czech Republic. Špičák offers a wide selection and it is possible to combine freeride, downhill, north shore and jumps.
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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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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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St. Mary Magdalene’s Church


Originally a Medieval Gothic church, St. Mary Magdalene’s Church is surrounded by a cemetery and was built in the second half of the 14th century, on the hill above the Thermal Spring in the middle of Karlovy Vary. The Church was rebuilt in 1518. The church’s interior is richly decorated with Baroque fixtures from the 18th century. In the church’s basement it is worth taking a...
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St. James’ Church

St. James’ Church


The Church of St. James the Greater stands in the old part of Sokolov between the Old and Rose squares. The Church of St. James the Greater has a single nave and the main altar, by Jan Pavel Seydl, dates from 1756; two side altars from the Servite Church of St. Michael in Prague were transported here in 1786. We can also s...
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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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