Hotel Angelo

Hotel Angelo

Modern hotel close to the brewery

Hotel Angelo

Hotel Angelo

Modern hotel close to the brewery

Hotel Victoria

Hotel Victoria

Classical architecture, traditions, near the center

Hotel Victoria

Hotel Victoria

Classical architecture, traditions, near the center

Hotel PRIMAVERA

Hotel Primavera

Modern congress center near the highway to Prague

Hotel PRIMAVERA

Hotel Primavera

Modern congress center near the highway to Prague

Hotel Ibis

Hotel Ibis

Modern eco-friendly hotel within easy reach of the commercial zones of Pilsen Bory

Hotel Ibis

Hotel Ibis

Modern eco-friendly hotel within easy reach of the commercial zones of Pilsen Bory

Golf Park Plzeň

Golf Park Plzeň

The picturesque countryside around Pilsen a prestigious golf resort

Golf Park Plzeň

Golf Park Plzeň

The picturesque countryside around Pilsen a prestigious golf resort

Parkhotel Plzeň

Parkhotel Plzeň

Outstanding congress facilities in a quiet part of the Bory Park

Parkhotel Plzeň

Parkhotel Plzeň

Outstanding congress facilities in a quiet part of the Bory Park

Hotel CENTRAL

Hotel Central

In the city center with views of the cathedral

Hotel CENTRAL

Hotel Central

In the city center with views of the cathedral

Courtyard Marriott

Courtyard Marriott

Internationally proven quality in the city center

Courtyard Marriott

Courtyard Marriott

Internationally proven quality in the city center

Plzeňský Prazdroj

Plzeňský Prazdroj

Legendary beer, the most famous brewery, Czech tradition

Plzeňský Prazdroj

Plzeňský Prazdroj

Legendary beer, the most famous brewery, Czech tradition

Dominik Centrum - Měšťanská beseda

Měšťanská beseda

Art Nouveau style rooms in the city center

Dominik Centrum - Měšťanská beseda

Měšťanská beseda

Art Nouveau style rooms in the city center

OREA Hotel Špičák

OREA Hotel Špičák

In the center of picturesque countryside, close to skiing and cycling trails

OREA Hotel Špičák

OREA Hotel Špičák

In the center of picturesque countryside, close to skiing and cycling trails

Hotel U Zeleného stromu

Hotel U Zeleného stromu

In the center of Nepomuk, near the beautiful landscape of Šumava

Hotel U Zeleného stromu

Hotel U Zeleného stromu

In the center of Nepomuk, near the beautiful landscape of Šumava

Restaurace Švejk v Riegerově ulici

Restaurace Švejk

Old Bohemian restaurant with excellent Czech cuisine

Restaurace Švejk v Riegerově ulici

Restaurace Švejk

Old Bohemian restaurant with excellent Czech cuisine

Rabi Castle Ruins

Rabi Castle Ruins

The largest Czech castle ruins

Rabi Castle Ruins

Rabi Castle Ruins

The largest Czech castle ruins

Loos interiére

Loos interiére

A unique architectural gem

Loos interiére

Loos interiére

A unique architectural gem

Treetop Walkway

Treetop Walkway

The first trail treetops in the Czech Republic, length 675 m

Treetop Walkway

Treetop Walkway

The first trail treetops in the Czech Republic, length 675 m

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Pilsen Region

Plzeňský kraj (Pilsen Region)

Plzeňský kraj (Pilsen Region) spreads across the south-west part of the Czech Republic. Its longest border is the one with the Federal Republic of Germany (Bavaria) in the south-west. The location of the region is very favourable, as it is situated at the crossroads between the Czech capital, Praha (Prague), and Western European countries. In terms of its area, Plzeňský kraj ranks as the third-largest region in the Czech Republic. However, it ranks ninth out of fourteen regions in terms of population.

The Pilsen Region is characterized by multiple natural conditions. This diversity is a condition A significant part of the territory of Plzeňský kraj is covered by forested mountain ranges, the most important of which are the Šumava (Bohemian Forest) in the south, Český les in the south-west and Brdy in the east. The countryside is enriched by numerous water-areas such as Hracholuská přehrada (Hracholusky Dam) on the Mže River, the network of Bolevecké rybníky (Bolevec Ponds) on the outskirts of Plzeň and the ponds in the southern part of the Plzeň areafor relief.

The Pilsen Region is characterized by multiple natural conditions. This diversity is a condition A significant part of the territory of Plzeňský kraj is covered by forested mountain ranges, the most important of which are the Šumava (Bohemian Forest) in the south, Český les in the south-west and Brdy in the east. The countryside is enriched by numerous water-areas such as Hracholuská přehrada (Hracholusky Dam) on the Mže River, the network of Bolevecké rybníky (Bolevec Ponds) on the outskirts of Plzeň and the ponds in the southern part of the Plzeň areafor relief.

Pilsen Region is certainly attractive region.

The entire area is a popular and sought-after destination for tourist.

Visitors and residents of the Pilsen Region can visit not only many cultural facilities such as theaters, cinemas, galleries, museums and castles, but also great opportunities for hiking, cycling and winter sports. Other frequent forms of recreation is sport fishing, hunting tourism, rural tourism, horse riding and golf.

Pilsen Region is an ideal tourist destination and thus surpass your expectations.

Pilsen - European capital of culture 2015

With a population of more than 170,000, Pilsen is the fourth largest city in the Czech Republic and metropolitan area covers 125 square kilometres. It is the dominant industrial, commercial, cultural and administrative center of West Bohemia. It has a strategic geographical position between Prague and the country's border with Germany.

The city was established in 1295 by the Czech King Wenceslas II at the confluence of the Úhlava, Úslava, Radbůza and Mže rivers. In 1989, the ancient town center was declared a historical landmark to be carefully preserved. The rich architectural gems here include Gothic St. Bartholomew’s Cathedral, Renaissance City Hall, Baroque reconstruction of the Archdeacon’s house and Franciscan Monastery, and the recently re-opened Great Synagogue of Pilsen.Industrialisation took off in the 19th century. At that time, such industrial giants as

The Šumava Mountains

The Šumava National Park is a biosphere reservation protected by UNESCO. Its area of 69,030 ha makes it the largest national park in the Czech Republic. The Šumava National Park together with the Bavarian Forest National Park in Germany represent the largest complex of forests in Central Europe, often referred to as the Green Roof of Europe. Near the National Park, there are several extensive protected landscape areas (PLA). These PLAs have a lower degree of protection than that which applies to a national park; however, restrictions for tourists aimed at protecting the nature also apply.

The Chod Region

The recreation and tourist area of the Chod Region extends along the Czech-German border, from the Chodská Úhlava River near the town of Nýrsko in the western part of the Šumava Mountains to the central part of the Czech Forest, past Bělá nad Radbuzou to Železná village. The local countryside, cultivated for a thousand years, with its deep forests, rolling hills, picturesque groves, golden fields, colorful autumn hillsides and countless monuments, provides many opportunities to enjoy unforgettable vistas in the region.



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