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Towns and Villages

More information about selected towns and villages in Czech Republic


  • Beroun Mediaval town in the heart of karst district with romantical valleys, caves, pits and localities were prehistorical fossils can be found.
  • Breclav Breclav is a town offering its hospitality and friendly face, a town found in the middle of green floodplain forests.
  • Cerna v PosumaviVillage on the bank of the Lipno water dam.
  • Ceske BudejoviceThe town of renaissance and baroque buildings and the famous Budweiser beer.
  • Cesky KrumlovThe Town Where Time Stood Still - Gothic-Renaissance Castle and Urban Conservation Area, UNESCO Site.
  • Dobris Some 40 km south-east of Prague, the town between the mountain ranges of Hrebeny and Brdy is a favourite holiday destination.
  • Hodonin A beautiful town in the wine-growing Dolnomoravsky vale, 60 km South-east of Brno on the border between the Czech and Slovak states.
  • Holasovice Typical example of so-called 'rural baroque' architecture in South Bohemia.
  • Jindrichuv HradecNatural administrative centre of the region with many cultural monuments in the town surrounded by beautiful landscape.
  • Litomerice One of the oldest and most beautiful towns in the Czech Republic.
  • Melnik A town known for its rich history and wine tradition.
  • Mikulov Pitoresque town dominated by gothic castle, that was rebuilt several times during its rich history.
  • Prague Capitol of the Czech Republic - one of the most beautiful and romantic towns in Europe.
  • Pribram One of famous historical royal towns, medieval centre of silver and non-ferrous metals mining.
  • Slavonice The town with unique combination of Late Gothic and Renaissance town architecture.
  • Telc Renaissance Chateau and Urban Conservation Area, UNESCO Site.
  • Terezin Established at the end of the 18th century as a fortress, now known as a tragic symbol of the sufferings of the tens of thousands of innocent people during the Nazi occupation.
  • Trebon Beautiful town with chateau, the heart of a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve.
  • Usti nad LabemTown with mediaval roots in beautiful valley.
  • Valtice The city of Valtice, located near Austrian border, is famous for its beautiful castle and highly developed viniculture.
  • Znojmo One of the most significant towns on the Czech-Austrian border, center of the famous moravian wine district.

Towns and Villages

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