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České Budějovice

Bechyně

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The Bechyne spa is one of the oldest in the Czech Republic. It is well known for traditional spa treatment by using natural peat from the nearby moors.

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Holašovice

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Here time stood still for centuries. Throughout the whole of South Bohemia you will find farms build in the typical South Bohemian Rural Baroque style. But nowhere will you find such a large collection of such houses as in Holašovice.

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Jindřichův Hradec

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Jindřichův Hradec is one of the most important South Bohemian historical cities in the Czech Republic. A town is situated above the Vajgar pond, whose surface mirrors the beautiful panorama of a castle. Already in the 13th century, the town’s and castle´s present name was named after Vítkovec Jindřich from Hradec, who gave the entire line of the Hradec clan a new name – the Lords of Hradec.

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Týn nad Vltavou

Týn nad Vltavou is one of the oldest settlements in South Bohemia. It lies on the bank of the river the Vltava, not far from the place where the Lužnice flows into the Vltava.


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Třeboň

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City of Trebon is a small spa town with a well-preserved historic centre. The historic centrum in Třeboň has an unique Masaryk square shaped by arcade houses which is a mix of Renessaince and Baroque style. Třeboň together with historic monuments are connected with the centuries-old tradition of fish-farming.

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České Budějovice

The beautiful historic city lies at the point where the Vltava, also known as the Moldau, and the Malše join together in a very attractive hilly landscape with woods and lakes.


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