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The most beautiful cities in the Czech

30 most beautiful cities

Petr Liška
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The most beautiful cities in the Czech
Inserted: 31.05.2017
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The Czech Republic is renowned for its beautiful historical towns. Have you ever visited them all? If not, this list can be an inspiration for your further trips and excursions. We evaluate not only our own monuments, but also the location of the city, its immediate surroundings and the atmosphere.

Praha / Prague

Capital of Czech Republic

| Altitude: 192 m / 630 ft

Prague is the capital and largest city of the Czech Republic. It has about 1.3 million inhabitants. Thanks to… continue reading

Český Krumlov

Memories of Rosenbergs

| Altitude: 492 m / 1 614 ft

Historic Český Krumlov boasts an amazing location between the Vltava meanders. It is one of the most tourist… continue reading

Kutná Hora

Silver city

| Altitude: 260 m / 853 ft

The district city, now with about twenty thousand inhabitans, Kutná Hora, was the second most important city… continue reading


City with a beautiful castle

| Altitude: 336 m / 1 102 ft

Litomyšl is a small town famous for its beautiful Renaissance chateau, belonging to the unesco list. In… continue reading


Town jewel

| Altitude: 526 m / 1 726 ft

The town of Telč, due to its importance in the UNESCO list, has a unique location. The Historic Outing City… continue reading

Nové Město nad Metují

Pearl of the Kladsko border

| Altitude: 329 m / 1 079 ft

Nové Město nad Metují has a very beautiful location. The historic center stands on a promontory on three… continue reading


The capital city of Haná region

| Altitude: 218 m / 715 ft

Olomouc is a county town with hundred thousands of inhabitants. It was famous for its Baroque pillar of the… continue reading


The picturesque center of Pálava

| Altitude: 242 m / 794 ft

At the southern end of the Pálava Hills you will find the beautiful town of Mikulov. Besides the picturesque… continue reading


The capital of ponds

| Altitude: 437 m / 1 434 ft

Třeboň is a small but beautiful and historic town in the south of Bohemia. It is the center of the protected… continue reading

Jindřichův Hradec

Historic town with a famous pond

| Altitude: 478 m / 1 568 ft

Jindřichův Hradec is a historic district town with a large adjacent pond Vajgar. The most important monument… continue reading


The city of gingerbread

| Altitude: 221 m / 725 ft

Pardubice is famous for its gingerbread and the Great Pardubice racecourse. But the historical center of the… continue reading


Welcome to "Štatl"

| Altitude: 222 m / 728 ft

Brno is proud, royal town, full of unique cultural monuments. It is an inspiring metropolis where lives and… continue reading


Fairytale gateway to the Czech Paradise

| Altitude: 280 m / 919 ft

Nice county town Jičín is famous not only for its annual autumn fairytale festival and robber Rumcajs, but… continue reading

Hradec Králové

The historic city on the Elbe

| Altitude: 245 m / 804 ft

The large county town of Hradec Králové is situated at the confluence of the Elbe with Orlice. The main… continue reading


The town at the confluence of the Elbe and the Vltava River

| Altitude: 220 m / 722 ft

Mělník, situated in Central Bohemia, is famous not only for wine and wine festivals but also for picturesque… continue reading


Beautiful city on the river Elbe

| Altitude: 216 m / 709 ft

At the eastern end of Central Bohemia there is nice city Kolín. The town is picturesquely laid on both sides… continue reading


The town at the confluence of the Elbe and Ohře

| Altitude: 169 m / 554 ft

At the confluence of the Elbe and Ohře lies the picturesque royal town of Litoměřice. Among the most famous… continue reading


A city with Jewish history

| Altitude: 408 m / 1 339 ft

Třebíč's monuments are like a live open-air museum. In the Jewish quarter, music is often heard, and the… continue reading


City with a picturesque square

| Altitude: 441 m / 1 447 ft

The district town of Svitavy boasts mainly with its elongated beautiful square of Peace, where you can find… continue reading


City with a monumental town hall

| Altitude: 374 m / 1 227 ft

The county town of Liberec is known mainly thanks to the nearby Ještěd, probably with the most famous… continue reading

Vysoké Mýto

City of towers and gates

| Altitude: 290 m / 951 ft

Vysoké Mýto attracts visitors with its picturesque square Přemysl Otakar II. (The founder of this city) and… continue reading

Moravská Třebová

The town on the Bohemian-Moravian border

| Altitude: 366 m / 1 201 ft

In the picturesque region of Bohemian-Moravian border you will find the small town of Moravská Třebová. Here… continue reading

Havlíčkův Brod

The town of Karel Havlíček Borovský

| Altitude: 421 m / 1 381 ft

At the river Sázava you will find the picturesque town of Havlíčkův Brod. The most visited part of the city… continue reading


Historic town over Chrudimka

| Altitude: 266 m / 873 ft

Chrudim is interesting for tourists mainly with its historical center around the picturesque Ressl square.… continue reading


Base to the highlands

| Altitude: 501 m / 1 644 ft

Pelhřimov is a well-known tourist destination on the Bohemian-Moravian Highlands. It is also worth visiting… continue reading

Nový Jičín

Historic town under the Beskids

| Altitude: 284 m / 932 ft

In the picturesque countryside of Podbeskydí is the historic town of Nový Jičín. The center of the town is… continue reading


Pearl of the Czech Renaissance

| Altitude: 516 m / 1 693 ft

Slavonice is a small town in South Bohemia. It was renowned for its beautiful square with its magnificent… continue reading


A spa town with a castle

| Altitude: 195 m / 640 ft

Poděbrady is a royal town on the river Elbe, renowned for its mineral springs. The center of the town is the… continue reading


A town with beautiful fortifications

| Altitude: 560 m / 1 837 ft

Polička is famous for its preserved city fortifications – one of the most prestigious in the whole of the… continue reading

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