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The most beautiful areas of the Czech Rep.

Not only national parks and PLAs in the Czech Rep.

Petr Liška
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The most beautiful areas of the Czech Rep.
Updated: 26.08.2019
Author: Petr Liška © gigaplaces.com

The most beautiful areas of the Czech Republic are mostly protected as national parks or protected landscape areas. You will find the best preserved and most interesting nature of our country. Most of them are located in the border mountains. The areas around our largest rivers are also very picturesque

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České Švýcarsko and Labské pískovce

The most beautiful region of the Czech Republic

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Area loved by photographers and tourists surrounding the Elbe canyon at the border with Germany. You will… continue reading

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Czech Paradise

Rock town all around

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Fabulously looking rock towns with high sandstone towers and wild gorges, ancient tertiary volcanoes with… continue reading

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Broumovsko

The breathtaking rock towns and table mountains

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The picturesque area of Broumovska was famous mainly for the fairytale rock town of Adrspach-Teplice Rocks.… continue reading

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České středohoří

Kingdom of Tertiary volcanoes

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České středohoří is a large area in the northwest of the Czech Republic. The alley of the beautiful volcanoes… continue reading

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The Giant Mountains

The highest mountains in the Czech repub

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Picturesque Giant Mountains (in Czech called Krkonose) are the highest mountains in the Czech Republic and… continue reading

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Šumava

A massive mountain range in the south of Bohemia

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Šumava is located on the border between the Czech Republic and Germany (there is located its highest mountain… continue reading

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Lužické mountains

Volcanic region in northern Bohemia

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The Lusatian Mountains, a region of dozens of extinct Tertiary volcanoes, is a bit neglected by tourists, yet… continue reading

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Hrubý Jeseník

The highest mountains of Moravia and Silesia

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The Hrubý Jeseník Mountains are the highest mountains in Moravia and Silesia. The whole area belongs to the… continue reading

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Kokořínsko

Paradise of romantics and tramps

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Kokořínsko and Mácha region is a relatively large tourist area north of Mělník. Its center belongs to the… continue reading

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Moravian-silesian Beskids

Onethousanders in the northeast of the Czech Rep.

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The Moravian-Silesian Beskydy Mountains are located in the northeast of the Czech Republic. The most… continue reading

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Moravian Karst

A region of thousands of caves

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The Moravian Karst is important for its cave complex. There are more than 1000 caves. Sloupsko-Šošůvské,… continue reading

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Podyjí

The youngest national park in the Czech Republic

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| Altitude: 442 m / 1 450 ft

Podyjí National Park is the youngest and smallest national park in the Czech Republic. The Thayatal NP is… continue reading

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Jizera mountains

The kingdom for skiers and cyclists

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Jizera Mountains are forested plateau grooved with flat ridges reaching only slightly over thousand meters… continue reading

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Pálava

Wine and picturesque landscape

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In the south of Moravia a beautiful ridge of limestone Pavlov Hills rises from the flat landscape. Almost the… continue reading

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Dolni Posazavi

The picturesque valley of the river Saza

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Dolni (= Lower) Posazavi (= around river Sazava) is renowned not only as a paradise for boaters enjoying… continue reading

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Czech Karst

Caves and quarries

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To the southwest of the capital city of Prague is located near the river Berounka picturesque area formed by… continue reading

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Třeboňsko

Landscape of ponds

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In South Bohemia there is a very picturesque region full of ponds – Třeboňsko. Ideal place for cycling or… continue reading

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Slavkovský les

Hills surrounded by spas

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Slavkov Forest is a mountain range and at the same time a protected landscape area in western Bohemia. The… continue reading

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The White Carpathians

Mountains on the Czech - Slovak border

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| Altitude: 783 m / 2 569 ft

This mountains are located along the border of the Czech Republic and Slovakia in the South Moravian and Zlín… continue reading

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Novohradské hory

The oldest protected reserve in Europe

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The Novohradské Mountains on the Czech territory are spread over an area of 162 km². The most sought-after… continue reading

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Poodří

The region around the Odra River

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The Odra River rises in the Oder Hills and the Poodří PLA area extends between the towns of Jeseník nad Odrou… continue reading

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Orlické mountains

Mountains full of forts

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The Eagle Mountains are famous mainly because of its massive fortifications of the First Republic. Jirásek's… continue reading

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Žďárské Hills

The highest part of the Bohemian-Moravian Highland

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Žďárské Hills is located in the northeastern part of the Bohemian-Moravian Highlands. It's the highest part… continue reading

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Železné mountains

Colorful Region

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The Iron Mountains are distinguished by their geological formation. Before you get to the Iron Mountains you… continue reading

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Litovelské Pomoraví

Floodplain forests around the Morava River

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Around Litovel there is a valuable set of floodplain forests surrounding the meandering river Morava. The… continue reading

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Moravian Tuscany

Wavy landscape around Kyjov

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| Altitude: 184 m / 604 ft

Its shape and atmosphere reminds the landscape of W and SW from Kyjov – in the vicinity of Šardice,… continue reading

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PLA Blaník

Region of the Knights of Blanik

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The Blaník PLA is the smallest protected landscape area in the Czech Republic. It was proclaimed on 29… continue reading

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Česká Sibiř

Jan Herben County

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Czech Siberia is named after the writer Jan Herben, who describes the surroundings of Mezivrat, but the… continue reading

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Ore Mountains

The longest mountain range in the Czech Republic

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The Ore Mountains, with a length of 130 kilometers, are the longest mountain range in the Czech Republic. It… continue reading

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Rychlebské Mountains

Forgotten Mountains

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Rychlebské Mountains are situated in Moravia and Silesia. They are overshadowed by the more famous and sought… continue reading

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Podkrkonoší

Picturesque region under the Giant Mountains

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Podkrkonoší is a picturesque region located south of the Giant Mountains and northeast of the Bohemian… continue reading

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Blanský les

Around the mountain Kleť

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Blanský les is a mountain range and protected landscape area in one located between Šumava and České… continue reading

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Czech forest

Wooded mountain range

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| Altitude: 1 036 m / 3 399 ft

The Bohemian Forest is a densely forested mountain range on the western borders of the Czech Republic. Most… continue reading

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