This is the main City, or County Town for Malikov nad Nezarkou, and is just a few miles away. It is possible to walk or cycle there, but there is adequate parking in the city.
There is a nice old castle and historical city centre with museum. A must for all tourists to the museum is the oldest and biggest mechanical nativity scene in the world. In all there are about ten churches in the city. The most remarkable building though is the castle. Close to the Romanesque castle a new Early Gothic castle with an impressive round tower was built in the mid 1300's.
The "White Lady" accompanies night tours around the castle! There is a fascinating miniature railway line. This is narrow gauge, with steam locomotive which goes down to the Austrian border. This can be booked for private parties and trips with snacks And drinks on the way. More info is available at www.novabystrice.cz
The southern capital of Bohemia. It is still an industrial city, but has an historical centre. King Premysi Otakar II founded the royal town around 1265. At the same time a Dominican monastery and the Church of the Sacrifice of the Holy Virgin, and the oldest building in the town, were built. The medieval layouts of the historic centre, including the largest square in Bohemia are preserved. But then who could visit this city without thinking Budweiser, the home of the original. It is now call Budvar to distinguish it from its inferior American counterpart.
Historic town reserve, largely Renaissance. Since 1992 in the UNESCO register of monuments of world significance. New Telc, was founded nearby the old market settlement, as a water fortress. The town grew up between the two settlements in the middle of the 14th century, and was surrounded by walls and a system of water fortification.
Cesky Krumlov is a primary destination for thousands of International visitors. This is because it has been wonderfully preserved as a medieval architectural paradise. It is also picturesque located in South Bohemia of the meandering Vltava River. The significance of Cesky Krumlov's unusual historical monuments was reiterated in 1992 when it was included in the UNESCO register of monuments of world significance.
Very impressive red Chateau in the middle of a lake amidst stunning scenery.
One of the best-preserved historical towns in the country. Renaissance middle-class houses decorated with diamond vaulting.
Beautiful town surrounded by hundreds of lakes and ponds. Owned by the Lords of Landstejn since the 13th century, the town was remodelled in the renaissance style during the 16th century. However, many older Gothic buildings still remain.
Hluboká nad Vltavoufmv.vse.cz/cz/castles/hluboka
Town and Chateau are stunning. The original royal castle from the 13th century was rebuilt in a Renaissance chateau in the 16th Century. The present Neo-Gothic appearance dates from the reconstruction in "Tudor-Gothic" after the royal Windsor Castle from the period of High Romanticism.