The district of České Budějovice is the most densely populated in the South Bohemia region. Just outside South Bohemia’s major city you can find the striking town of Hluboká nad Vltavou, to the north lies Týn nad Vltavou and to the east the Lišov area. To the south, there is the beautiful area of Doudleby with its mythological past and the hills around Nové Hrady extending up to the Austrian border.

The district attracts its visitors with a number of nature reserves and zones where historical buildings are preserved, beautiful forests, enclosures, ponds and rivers, with a rich heritage of traditional architecture and sightseeing of all kinds, and last but not least friendly and hospitable people. You have no doubt heard about Budweiser beer (the original one, made in České Budějovice) and the first continental railway to reach the Danube, which ran between České Budějovice and Linz and was originally horse drawn.


Location: near the city centre

Rooms: bathroom, toilet, SAT-TV, telephone, radio, hair dryer

Hotel facilities: restaurants, café, conference rooms, snack bar ,exchange office, inquiry office, hotel taxi, souvenirs, hairdresser, casino, parking

Capacity: 418 beds (6 suites)


Location: The family hotel is situated in the quiet part of České Budějovice, only 10 minutes walking to the historical centre of the town.

Rooms: All rooms with bathroom/WC, SAT TV, telephone, radio, minibar.

Hotel facilities: Restaurant, bar, summer terrace and summer garden, parking.

Capacity: 24 rooms.


The second largest castle in the Czech Republic, dominates the northern part of this urban preservation area that is listed in the UNESCO World Index of Cultural and Natural Heritage. Baroque and town theatre, St.Vitus Church, Egon Schiele Artcentre.


Location: in the city centre

Rooms: bathroom, toilet, SAT-TV, telephone, radio, minibar, hair dryer

Hotel facilities: restaurants, lobby bar, salon, wine pub, night club, conference halls, summer terrace, swimming pool, sauna, solarium, massage, fitness club, shops, hairdresser, beauty salon, exchange office, car park, parking

Capacity: 71 rooms, suites


The TÁBOR region abounds in natural beauty spots and historic monuments. The flat landscape, broken more strikingly only in the north, is dominated by the river Lužnice, which along with the surrounding forests, streams and ponds creates the typical natural scenery, suitable for seasonal holiday-makers and those fond of tours on floot. The river Lužnice has preserved its original character and continues to be the most sought-after Czech river. The ruins of Příběnice, Příběničky and Dobronice Castles stand on its rocky banks. As regards technical monuments, the leading places are occupied by the Jordán valley reservoir at Tábor of 1492, one of the oldest in Europe, the first electrified railway of 1903 which, with minor modifications, still connects Tábor and Bechyně, and the chin bridge at Stádlec.

The places which enjoy considerable popularity among tourists include the historic centres of towns with medieval features, gothic churches and secular buildings and the remains of Borotín, Choustník and Šelmberk Castles. The most historic buildings are Tábor Castle and Kozí Hrádek, where Master John Huss stayed from 1412 to 1414. Museums, a theatre, galleries and memorials afford enjoyment in the spheres of culture and history.


Strakonice, a modern town with a interesting history and architecture and wellknown industrial enterprises / factory FEZKO / has developed on the confluence of the rivers Otava and Volynka. In the town is a unique historial and architectural landmark Strakonice castle, a island in the middle of the river / a quater called Na Ostrave /,  churches etc. Strakonice region is connected with folk bagpipe musik.

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