Regiony

Havlíčkův Brod region

Havlíčkův BrodA region popular with poets, painters and writers. A region where the Železné Hory mountain range in the north crosses the Bohemian- Moravian Highlands and where you can find not only wooded hills, but also rocky and romantic valleys that witnessed the rattling of Hussite weapons.

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Jihlava region

JihlavaThe Jihlava region forms the central part of the Vysočina region with the county town of Jihlava. The town is a natural centre of the region and a significant traffic junction that is crossed by the D1 Highway. Its location basically in the middle between Prague and Brno creates a significant and suitable place for organising all types of corporate meetings. 

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Pelhřimov region

PelhřimovThe Pelhřimov region is an area where the typical Bohemian-Moravian Highland landscape loses its dramatic character and where the geographical proximity of South Bohemia starts to become apparent. It is a region full of chapels, churches and wells, which is dominated by Křemešník Hill at a height of 765 meters above sea level. In winter, you can go skiing here, in summer you can enjoy the views from the Pípalka observation tower and refresh yourself with curative water from the Miraculous Well.

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Třebíč region

TřebíčThe Třebíč region lies in the Moravian part of the Bohemian-Moravian Highlands. Besides the picturesque character of the local landscape, it is also studded with numerous historic monuments, including those on the UNESCO list. In Třebíč, you can find the only completely preserved Jewish quarter in Europe and the only Jewish monument on the UNESCO list outside Israel. The UNESCO list also includes the Basilica of St. Prokop and Třebíč Castle, which is the head office of the Vysočina Museum of Třebíč.

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Žďár region

Žďár nad_SázavouFrom a bird’s eye view, the Žďár region is one big green carpet of forest interlaced with blue ponds. It spreads out at the top part of the Bohemian-Moravian Highlands, boasts picturesque villages and in the forests protruding peaks of the PLA Žďárské vrchy. Moreover, the European dividing line of the European watershed dividing the North and Black seas, called the Roof of Europe, goes through this area.

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