In the framework of South Bohemia Jindřichův Hradec and its nearest environs form a small, but geographically and historically characteristic region with its own individua features of natural social und cultural development. This picturesque corner on the borders of three historic territories – Bohemia, Moravia and Austria – is outstanding for the exceptional diversity of its lanscape.
The town Český Krumlov lies in South Bohemia in the valley of the River Vltava and is known as the pearl of South Bohemia.more
Hluboká nad Vltavou
The Manor of Hluboká nad Vltavou had been originally built as a castle and it went through the several reconstructions.more
The jewel of České Budějovice is its historical centre with its many valuable church and lay buildings with Gothic, Renaissance and mostly Baroque houses, with uniquely preserved arcades.more
This town in the South of the Bohemian-Moravian Highlands has a distinctive triangular plaza bordered by residents houses with Renaissance gables and arcades.more
Třeboň lies in South Bohemia between Jindřichův Hradec and České Budějovice, in the protected landscape area of Třeboňsko.more
The castle core is the original Romanesque palace enclosed by two towers dating from the beginning of the 13th century.more