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Nature and Landscape

Most of Czech Republic is covered by cultural landscape with villages, ponds and fields mingling with woods, but you can find there as well real forests, which are untouched by people's activity for hundreds of years. In Czech Republic there are two national parks, Sumava (Bohemian Forest) and Krkonose, which are both mountain ranges with beuatiful nature covering large areas, a lot of smaller natural conservation areas and plenty more interesting places like caves, lakes, rocks and river valleys. All these points of interest are easy to reach via marked tourist or cycling routes, that cover the whole Czech Republic.

More information about natural points of interest in Czech Republic

  • Beroun District – Not far from Prague, the landscape surrounding Beroun is one of the most attractive districts for tourists.
  • Hrensko Sandrocks – Labske piskovce - beautiful sandrocks as well called called Bohamiosaxon Switzerland.
  • Koneprusy Caves – The greatest caves system in Czech republic with special stalactical decor (Koneprus' rosette).
  • Lednice - Valtice Area – One of the largest artificial landscapes in Europe covering 200 sq. km where baroque architecture marries the classical and neo-Gothic style of the castles and countryside fashioned according to English romantic principles of landscape architecture.
  • Bohemian Forest - Sumava – National park and Protected landscape Sumava
  • Schwarzenberg Floating Channel – One of the largest and most beautiful technical monuments.

Nature and Landscape

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