Hradec Králové Region

The Hradec Králové Region is situated in north-east Bohemia, occupying 4,758 km2. Thanks to its exceptionally favourable natural, climatic, and cultural climate, and a wide range of leisure activities offered, it is the most frequented region in the country each year.

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The Region is divided into five tourist areas: Krkonoše (Giant) Mountains and Podkrkonoší lowlands, Czech Paradise, Kladsko Borderlands, Hradecko, Orlické (Eagle) Mountains and Podorlicko lowlands.

The Region is situated 100 km from Prague and its airport. Smaller planes may use the Pardubice airport, located only 25 km from the regional capital. The Region is also easily accessible along D11 motorway connecting Prague and Hradec Králové, and by rail from Prague (the journey takes approx. 90 min.).