České Budějovice, the charming capital of South Bohemia, is known for its exquisite historical heart, inviting beer culture, and being the gateway to exploring the beautiful countryside of the Czech Republic. Read moreBook my trip to Ceske Budejovice
České Budějovice exudes a tranquil, medieval atmosphere, encapsulated in its beautifully preserved Old Town. The city's square, Přemysl Otakar II, one of the largest in Central Europe, is a hub of activity, brimming with pastel-colored Renaissance and Baroque houses, outdoor cafés, and the impressive Samson's Fountain.
České Budějovice is world-renowned as the birthplace of Budweiser beer, with Budweiser Budvar Brewery continuing the local brewing tradition that dates back to the 13th century. Tours of the brewery reveal the artistry behind this celebrated beer and typically end with a tasting session.
Although smaller than Prague or Brno, the city offers a rich cultural scene with numerous museums and galleries, like the South Bohemian Museum and the Museum of Art. Nature lovers will also appreciate the city's close proximity to stunning landscapes, including the Bohemian Forest and the fairy-tale-like Český Krumlov.
One of the largest squares in Central Europe, surrounded by beautiful historic buildings and Samson's Fountain in the middle.
The home of Budweiser beer offers tours that showcase its brewing process, accompanied by a tasting session.
A prominent city landmark offering panoramic views of České Budějovice and beyond.
Hosts a wide variety of exhibits reflecting the rich history and culture of South Bohemia.
Houses a comprehensive collection of Czech modern art.
A beautiful Gothic cathedral with a richly decorated interior.
A short drive away, this UNESCO-listed town enchants with its castle, picturesque streets, and river views.
Ideal for hiking and biking, this pristine natural area is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts.
Often dubbed the "Czech Windsor," this magnificent castle is one of the most beautiful in the country.
A former prison tower, now a museum, telling a darker side of the city's history.
Atop a hill overlooking the Vltava River, Hluboká Castle is a mesmerizing blend of Gothic, Renaissance, and Romantic styles. Known as the "Windsor of Bohemia," this Czech fairy-tale castle offers opulence, history, and unparalleled vistas.
Step into a fairy tale in Holašovice, an enchanting village where time seems to stand still, showcasing Bohemian traditions, folklore, and South Bohemian rural Baroque architecture.
Český Krumlov, a picturesque town in the south of the Czech Republic, is famous for its imposing castle and fascinating medieval streets. Stroll over charming stone bridges and discover the rich history of this UNESCO World Heritage Site.
A charming, medieval town in South Bohemia, tucked away amidst hills and dense forests. Known for its well-preserved architecture and natural beauty, Prachatice is an enchanting destination that captivates history enthusiasts and nature lovers alike.
Rožmberk nad Vltavou, a quaint town crowned by a grand castle, seems untouched by time, offering visitors an enchanting journey through the Czech Republic's illustrious past and picturesque landscapes.
Elevate your perspective and step above the verdant canopy at the Treetop Walkway Lipno, a unique treetop trail that offers a blend of nature, adventure, and breathtaking views, suspended high above the Bohemian Forest.
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