January 2, 2017
In this Czech-American TV online Broadcast you will see:
Discover Czech Regions: Hradecko is not only an important tourist destination but also an ideal place for cultural enjoyment, sightseeing and active relaxation. In view of the favorable geographic conditions of the Elbe lowland it is possible to make use of pleasant cycle ways, which connect most of the points of interest of this area. The picturesque landscape of Hradecko also invites hiking trips or horse riding. Even if you choose to spend an active type of holiday, you should still visit some of our beautiful points of interest.
Town of Horice is located in Hradec Kralove Region. It is Horice tubes, well-known sweets, that comes to mind to most people when you say the name Horice.
Video Archives: Spindleruv Mlyn – Just as France has its Chamonix and the United States its Aspen, the Czech Republic has Spindleruv Mlyn. This most famous mountain resort in the country, is not only the largest mountain resort in the Krkonose Mountains, but also the largest and most famous in the whole of the Czech Republic.
Explore Czech Lands: Bohemian Paradise – is perfect for an active holiday. There are both hiking and cycling trails for families with children and seniors as well.
Czech Landmarks: Learn more about Cities and Landmarks in Hradec Kralove Region. The Region is situated 65 miles from Prague and its airport and is divided into five tourist areas: Krkonose (Giant) Mountains and Podkrkonosi lowlands, Czech Paradise, Kladsko Borderlands, Hradecko, Orlicke (Eagle) Mountains and Podorlicko lowlands.
Czech Songs: This time with Folk Assembly Spindleracek
Czech Destinations: The Krkonose Mountains are beautiful in every season. But when the highest Czech mountains are blanketed with snow they immediately become a winter wonderland that’s nearly impossible to resist. You can experience this enchanting landscape on downhill or cross-country skis and also during trips to the local waterfalls or atop one of the Krkonose’s mountain peaks
Kuks Hospital is the jewel of Czech Baroque art. Set out to discover the story of a place which in its heyday easily equaled the largest spa towns in Bohemia and whose architectural value amazes visitors from all over the world to this very day. This large baroque complex in the valley of the Elbe River was constructed between 1692 and 1724 on the demand of count Frantisek Antonin Spork, the owner of the mansion.
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