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The most beautiful cities of South Bohemia

Selection of the most beautiful cities in South Bohemia

Petr Liška
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The most beautiful cities of South Bohemia
Inserted: 08.07.2021
Author: Petr Liška © gigaplaces.com
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South Bohemia is not only hundreds of ponds in the Třeboň region, the Vltava valley and the mountains in the south, but also beautiful cities full of monuments and historical gems. Let's take a look at the most beautiful cities that you can find in South Bohemia.

1.
Český Krumlov

The most beautiful city in South Bohemia

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| 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

2.
Czech Budejovice

The largest city in South Bohemia

Altitude: 387 m / 1 270 ft

České Budějovice has almost one hundred thousand inhabitants and is thus the largest city in South Bohemia.… continue reading

3.
Třeboň

The capital of ponds

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| 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

4.
Jindřichův Hradec

Historic town with a famous pond

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| 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

5.
Slavonice

Pearl of the Czech Renaissance

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| 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

6.
Tábor

Hussite city

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| Altitude: 454 m / 1 490 ft

Tábor became famous as a city founded by the Hussites. It is the second largest city in the South Bohemian… continue reading

7.
Písek

The city with the oldest bridge in the Czech Repub

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| Altitude: 374 m / 1 227 ft

Sand is located on the gold-bearing river Otava. He became famous mainly for his stone bridge, the oldest in… continue reading

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