Kam na výlet
One of the most beautiful cities that exist in the Czech Republic. Jindřichův Hradec (German Neuhaus, Latin Nova Domus) is a district town in the South Bohemian Region, 43 km northeast of České Budějovice on the river Nežárka. In 2011, 22,000 people lived here. Its historic core is a city monument reserve.
In winter, the town of Litschau offers two maintained cross-country ski runs of 7 to 10 kilometers. Even complete beginners can handle the terrain.
Indoor spa and pool complex (sports pool, paddling pool for children, whirlpool, solarium, buffet, Finnish sauna, bio sauna and steam bath.
Třeboň (Wittingau in German, i.e. "Vítkův Luh") is a town in the Jindřichův Hradec district in the South Bohemian Region, 22 km east of České Budějovice, in the Třeboň Basin on the Zlatá stoka between the Svět and Rožmberk ponds. In 2011, there were 8,708 permanently registered inhabitants. It is a spa town and the center of the Třeboňsko Protected Landscape Area.
Chateau Nová Bystřice
Novobystřice chateau Bystřice castle is mentioned for the first time, similarly to the town of Bystřice in a document from 1341, but its existence is assumed as early as the 13th century. Originally, it was probably surrounded on all four sides by a deep moat and ramparts or walls
Monachus - golf
Today, the Mnich course is one of the most sought-after courses in the Czech Republic. Every year, not only prestigious commercial events are held here, but also national and international professional tournaments. The course is perfectly adapted to the local landscape, which is perfect for this sport. It was nature that gave this place an unforgettable atmosphere.
Nová Bystřice (German Neu Bistritz) is a town in the Jindřichův Hradec district on the border with Austria. Nová Bystřice is the final station of the narrow-gauge railway from Jindřichův Hradec (line 229), opened in 1897 and currently owned and operated by the Jindřichův Hradec Local Railway (JHMD). Nová Bystřice is an authorized municipality. The municipalities of Číměř and Staré Město pod Landštejnem fall into the administrative district of Nové Bystřice. The historic core of the city is a city monument zone.
Nová Bystřice - golf
The nine-hole Nová Bystřice course was the first public course in the Czech Republic. It is not very demanding and is one of the favorite courses for beginner golfers. It is set in a slightly undulating landscape and offers players ideal conditions not only for training.
Nová Bystřice cross country trails
Link to cross-country trails around Nová Bystřice
The Schwarzenberg tomb
The Schwarzenberg tomb is located in the village of Domanín, near Třeboň in the Czech Republic. It is the tomb of the Schwarzenberg family. The tomb was built by Eleonora Schwarzenberg.