Central Bohemian Region

History has left numerous imprints in Central Bohemia in the form of many historic monuments of European significance. Among the most important ones are the Karlštejn and Křivoklát castles, Konopiště Chateau, and the town of Kutná Hora with its historic centre listed as a UNESCO world heritage site. 

Contact information

Web pages
www.centralbohemia.cz

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The whole area is very attractive for active recreation. Golf players may choose from twelve golf courses; water sports fans may try canoeing and rafting on the Vltava, Berounka, and Sázava rivers.

The Central Bohemian Region covers a territory surrounding the capital city of Prague. Although Prague lies in the very heart of the Region, it forms a separate administrative unit. Therefore the Region is easily accessible by motorways, railways, and even waterways. Tourists are recommended to visit numerous castles, chateaux and chateau gardens open to the public, as well as museums, open-air museums, medieval forts, and other monuments.