Elegant townhouses gathered around one of the largest squares in Europe, an idyllic salt store and a brewery – this is České Budějovice, the capital of South Bohemia region. While many towns can produce a good pint, České Budějovice was the imperial brewery for Holy Roman Emperors, allowing visitors today the chance to enjoy the same renowned beer. Step into a fairy tale by visiting the amazing Český Krumlov and the charming village of Holašovice (both are UNESCO world heritage sites) or arrange a romantic trip to the neo-Gothic Hluboká Castle.
Read more about České Budějovice here: http://www.c-budejovice.cz/en/stranky/welcome-page.aspx
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České Budějovice boosts one of the largest town squares in Europe?
Distance from Prague – 150 km
How to get to České Budějovice: by train from Prague. Trains to České Budějovice leave every every hour from Prague train station (Praha Hlavní nádraží, metro line C).
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Hotels: official race hotel is Clarion Congress Hotel. Check other accommodation offers at www.runczechhotels.com