Jižní Čechy

South Bohemia

Is one of the most attractive tourist regions in the Czech Republic. Located in the southern part of the country, it shares borders with Austria and Germany. The largest town-and also the centre of the South Bohemian Region – is České Budějovice with a polulation of 100 000. This is where the world famous Budweiser Budwar beer is brewed. There are many other gems in South Bohemia, such as the town of Český Krumlov (UNESCO), Hluboká nad Vltavou with its beautiful Neo-Gothic château.

South Bohemia is traditional tourist destination both for individual travellers and for groups. You will find here many possibilities of the  high quality of accomodation with the wide offers of local cuisine. Expecially in summer season are here organized many sport-, culture-, public events.

Forests, lakes, stone seas and castles

Shortly after Litschau you reach South Moravia, where you can see wild nature. Known as Česká Canada - "Bohemian Canada" - is the nature reserve Přírodní Park. Here you cycle past large ponds, stone seas and through forests. The castle ruin Landstejn dates from the Middle Ages, strategically well placed at the intersection of Bohemia, Moravia and Austria. Soon you will reach one of the most beautiful cities in the Czech Republic: Slavonice with its picturesque Renaissance houses.

Renaissance buildings in Slavonice
Renaissance buildings in Slavonice
Photo: South Bohemia

Renaissance buildings in Slavonice

Landštejn castle
Landštejn castle
Photo: Jižní Čechy, South Bohemia

Landštejn castle

The Southbohemialandscape - Pondsystem
Photo: South Bohemia

The Southbohemialandscape - Pondsystem

The Southbohemialandscape - Rockstructure

The Southbohemialandscape - Rockstructure

Narrow Railway - Jindřichův Hradec

Narrow Railway - Jindřichův Hradec

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