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Plzen (Pilsen) Region

Regional capital: Plzen (Pilsen) An industrial and ¬†beer-producing region, but also a region of great historical and natural heritage and many opportunities for sports and leisure. The Cesky les (Upper Palatinate Forest) and Sumava borderline mountain ranges offer many cycling Read more…


Pardubice Region

Regional capital: Pardubice A region offering great natural and historical heritage, business opportunities, skilled workforce as well as a board range of cultural and sports facilities. It has fertile lowlands in the Elbe (Labe) River valley as well as high Read more…


Olomouc

Regional capital: Olomouc A region with a long and colourful history, rich historical heritage and traditions, and picturesque landscape areas. The Olomouc Region is an increasingly attractive destination for foreign investor who appreciate its strategic location, industrial and economic diversity, Read more…


Ostrava

Regional capital: Ostrava A region of contrasting landscapes and great ethnic diversity, Moravia-Silesia has successfully emerged from the turbulent economic changes of the recent years. Today it is fittingly described as a region of contrasts and opportunities. Moravia-Silesia has six Read more…


Liberec Region

Region capital: Liberec The Czech Republic’s smalles region, a mostly mountainous area along the border with Germany and Poland. The regional capital Liberec with a population of nearly one hundered thousand (www.visit.liberec.eu) forms an agglomeration with the neighbouring Jablonec nad Read more…


Regional capital: Hradec Kralove

Regional capital: Hradec Kralove The region has played an important part in Czech history, both as the scene of historical events (the Battle of Hradec Kralove, called Koniggratz in German, on 3 july 1866 decided the Austro-Prussian War) and as Read more…


Jihla

Regional capital: Jihlava The Vysocina (“Highlands”) Region takes its name from the highland area of Ceskomoravska vysocina (Bohemian-Moravian Highlands) that forms the natural border betweenthe historical lands of Bohemia and Moravia. Vysocina is a landscape of rolling hills, low mountain Read more…


KVary_vridlo

  Regional capital: Karlovy Vary The Czech Republic’s second smallest reguin, known for its spa towns including the regional capital of Karlovy Vary (www.karlovyvary.cz), Marianske Lazne, Frantiskovy Lazne, Lazne Kynzvart, and Lazne Jachnymov. As part of the tradional spa experience, Read more…


Brno

Regional capital:Brno Brno (www.brno.cz) is the Czech Republic’s second largest city with a population of 380.000, served by its own international airport (www.brno-airport.cz), Four universities: Masaryk University (www.muni.cz), Veterinary and Pharmaceutical University (www.vfu.cz), Mendel University of Agriculture and Forestry (www.mendelu.cz),University Read more…


City of Prague

The country’s top tourist destination seat of the kings of Bohemia and later of Czechoslovak and Czech presidents.Developed from a settlement around Prague Castle (founded in the second half of the 9th century), described in the journal of Abraham ben Read more…

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