The first stop was Chcebuz village, north of Prague. For its well-preserved historic folk architecture, the village served as a film location for the Lidice movie.
Small village hosting a world-championship class rowing venue.
Investigating tourism policies and challenges in a touristically not so attractive town.
To evaluate the touristic infrastructure of the above mentioned town, we set off to one of the local prime destinations. 19th century relief of two devil heads sculpted in sandstone rocks.
Sightseeing the historic core of the town.
From behind the Church of St. Peter and Paul, the town oversees a junction of the two largest Czech rivers - Labe (far left) and Vltava. The stream on the right is a 19th century cut-off channel.
Could not skip the sweet treats…
Unique early 20th century architecture.
The region is known for growing wine on the surrounding hills and the wine-making tradition traces back to the medieval times. We experienced the delicious wines at the most recognized local producer, the Bettina Lobkowicz winery.
Owner of the winery, Mrs. Bettina Lobkowicz.
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