There is no boredom here

If you decide to visit South Bohemia, don\’t waste a day trip. Book a hotel and explore the region. There is always something to discover and see.

Head to the beautiful and famous castle in Jindřichův Hradec. It is not to be missed. It is one of the largest groups of monuments in the country. Here you can enjoy three sightseeing tours and a view from the Black Tower. Don\’t let the name fool you. The Black Tower is a 32 meter high starvation tower, one of the oldest buildings in the complex built after 1220
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The complex, which has grown over the centuries to an area of 3.5 hectares, stands on the site of an old Slavic hill fort built on a rocky promontory in the 10th It is located in the middle of the city.

But it is not only the castle that has attractions. The Jindrichuv Hradec Kralove Museum houses a collection of over 100,000 items of historical, documentary, and artistic value. The most visited exhibit is the Krish crib. It is the largest nativity scene in folk art, listed in the Guinness Book of World Records. Master craftsman Tomasz Kriza has been making it for over 60 years.

Emma Destin Hall presents her artistic legacy and life story. You can visit the music and hunting lounge while her famous arias play and tour her bedroom.

A visit to the Fulboker Castle is truly a profound experience. The most beautiful castle in our country is the perfect place for a romantic figure. Its current incarnation dates back to the Schwarzenberg family of the 19th century. Visitors can see the sumptuous halls with carved walls, the castle kitchens with preserved 19th and 20th century furnishings, staff rooms, toilets, bathrooms, the Silver Room where the Schwarzenberg silver collection is displayed, and Renaissance and Baroque wine goblets. There are many more, including decorative silver and gold-plated vessels.
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At the Fulvoker Zoo, about 3,000 specimens are displayed on 4.5 hectares of land, and about 300 animal species can be seen.

In České Budějovice, the South Bohemian Museum is impressive. The permanent exhibition presents the prehistoric, medieval, natural, and South Bohemian regions in historical, cultural, and folk art. There are also thematic exhibitions, complemented by an interesting accompanying program.

A visit to Slavonice is a no-brainer. Above all, its peaceful atmosphere will entice you to take a sightseeing trip to the surrounding area. Czech Canada begins just outside the town. One kilometer to the south is the forested area of Lower Austria known as the Waldviertel. When the town was taken off the main traffic route in 1760, the townspeople regretted it. Traffic was cut off and the town\’s development came to a halt. Today, however, one can still see the town as it was during the Renaissance.

Explore Canada with a guide. They will surprise you with new experiences. Your guide will walk with you on the Grasel Trail. They are locals who have the area “in the palm of their hands.”

You and your children will never be bored in South Bohemia. The scenery and nature here is truly spectacular.