Czech Republic
Horsovsky Tyn

Situated in the Plzeň Region, is a hidden gem along the Radbuza River. Steeped in medieval history and surrounded by natural beauty, this charming town is a tapestry of well-preserved architecture, inviting parks, and rich cultural traditions. Read more

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Founded in the 13th century, Horšovský Týn has managed to retain its old-world charm while embracing the demands of modern life. Often overshadowed by bigger Czech cities, this town provides a tranquil escape from the hustle and bustle. Its centerpiece is the stunning Horšovský Týn Castle, a synthesis of Gothic and Renaissance styles, standing as a testament to the area's rich history. The Radbuza River, which flows through the town, not only adds to the scenic beauty but also offers recreational opportunities like fishing and kayaking.
The town’s historical center is a labyrinth of cobbled streets, lined with traditional Czech homes and punctuated by squares featuring fountains and sculptures. Seasonal markets and festivals breathe life into these squares, offering locals and tourists alike a taste of Czech culture and tradition. For nature enthusiasts, the town is surrounded by forests and hills, providing ample hiking and biking trails.

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The most famous sights
What to do in Horšovský Týn

Horšovský Týn Castle

This imposing castle combines Gothic and Renaissance elements and offers guided tours that reveal the building's intriguing history.

Church of St. John the Baptist

A medieval structure featuring Romanesque elements and intricate interiors that are well worth exploring.

Horšovský Týn Square

The main square of the town, where you can find sculptures and fountains, as well as a venue for seasonal markets.

Horšovský Park

This expansive park along the river is perfect for picnics, walking, or simply enjoying the greenery and tranquility.

Radbuza River

Great for kayaking, fishing, or simply strolling along the banks to take in the town's picturesque scenery.

Šibeniční vrch (Gallows Hill)

A historical spot, now offering panoramic views of the town and the surrounding countryside.

Museum of Local History

Learn about the history and traditions of Horšovský Týn and its surrounding regions.


Just a short drive away, this town offers additional historical landmarks and the famous Chodsko Folk Festival.

Devil’s Stones Natural Monument

A unique geological formation located in the nearby forest, attracting hikers and nature lovers.

Bicycle Trails

Several well-marked bicycle trails that take you through beautiful landscapes around the town.

What else to visit
In and around Horsovsky Tyn

Kladruby Monastery (20.79 km)

Founded in the 12th century, Kladruby Monastery is one of the oldest and most significant monastic institutions in the Czech Republic.

Rozvadov (32.87 km)

Rozvadov, a quaint little town on the Czech-German border, is widely known for one thing – poker. This seemingly unassuming locale houses one of Europe's largest poker venues, making it an intriguing destination for enthusiasts of the game.

Pilsen (38.89 km)

Step into Pilsen, the Bohemian city that gave the world its first pale lager, Pilsner beer. This vibrant metropolis is not just a paradise for beer lovers but also a treasure trove of history, architecture, and culture.

Kozel (45.19 km)

Kozel Castle is a romantic hunting lodge located near Pilsen in the Czech Republic. Designed in the neo-classical architectural style, the castle and its surrounding gardens provide a fairy-tale setting that captivates all who visit.

Flossenburg concentration camp (48.2 km)

Stands as a somber testament to the horrors of the Holocaust and the Nazi regime. Today, the site serves as a memorial and educational center, dedicated to honoring the victims and educating the public about the atrocities committed here.

Chyse Castle (67.77 km)

Chyse Castle stands as a captivating blend of history, architectural artistry, and natural beauty. With its imposing façade and well-preserved interiors, this Czech wonder offers an evocative journey through time and culture.

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