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The town of Nový Bydžov is located west of Hradec Králové. The most valuable monument of Nový Bydžov is the medieval floor plan of the city center and the Gothic church of St. Lawrence from the beginning of the 14th century. In the middle of the square is another valuable monument of the Marian Plague Column with a sculptural group, completed in 1716. Previously, the city also had a Minorite monastery and a large Jewish quarter, of which only the newer synagogue has survived. The Jewish cemetery, founded in 1520, ranks third in Bohemia after Prague and Cologne.
Tourists and visitors to the city can also visit nearby castles - Sloupno Castle, Karlova Koruna Castle Chlumec nad Cidlinou or Hrádek u Nechanic Castle. Karlova Koruna Castle is one of the most important Baroque buildings in our country and is definitely worth a visit.
Other interesting places that the surroundings of Nový Bydžov offer to visit are the zoo Biopark Štít Klamoš, lookout tower Kosice, amusement Fajnpark or swimming pool Lodín and swimming pool Chlumec nad Cidlinou.
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Watch the webcam online Nový Bydžov and the surrounding area. Webcam view on the square in Nový Bydžov. The first mention of the town of Nový Bydžov is from 1305. The regular geometric floor plan of the town represented a unique urban concept in…
The Hradec Králové region offers a large number of natural attractions, such as the Krkonoše National Park with the highest mountain in the Czech Republic, Sněžka or Prachovské skály. There is also a large number of castles, chateaux and other cultural and historical monuments. These offers, combined with ideal conditions for hiking, biking, boating or skiing, attract many tourists all year round, not only from the Czech Republic, but also from abroad.
The center of the region is the city of Hradec Králové, which lies at the confluence of the rivers Elbe and Orlice and is a natural center of culture and education in the Hradec Králové region.
The most visited excursion destination in the Hradec Králové region is the Safari Park in Dvůr Králové nad Labem. Dvůr Králové nad Labem Zoo is the largest in the Czech Republic in terms of the number of animals bred and certainly one of the most famous. It is also the largest breeder of African animals in Europe. The way visitors can see the animals here is unparalleled in our country and is unique. In the Safari Park in Králův Dvůr, in addition to the classic part of the zoo, tourists can go on a real safari or even to the Lion safari, where there are no barriers between animals and people. The safari in Dvůr Králové nad Labem can be completed on foot, by Safaribus, Afrika Express or in your own car, at dusk as part of the Evening Safari or by the Katika Miti cable car in the heights of the trees.
Among the natural attractions of the Hradec Králové region, the Giant Mountains with the highest mountain Sněžka are in the first place. The Giant Mountains are the largest and also the most visited mountains in our country. Thanks to its beauty, snow conditions in winter, in summer thanks to a large number of hiking and biking trails, they have become one of the most popular holiday destinations in the Czech Republic. Špindlerův Mlýn is one of the most famous winter resorts. The Špindlerův Mlýn ski resort offers 27 km of slopes and tens of kilometers of groomed cross-country trails. Skiers will be taken to the peaks by several chair lifts, including the most modern heated six-seater cable car to Pláň. Another resort is Pec pod Sněžkou, which offers skiing for 1 ski pass, including Montenegro. SkiResort Černá hora - Pec is the largest ski resort in the Czech Republic, which has 44 km of groomed trails. Other well-known ski resorts are Černý Důl and Paseky nad Jizerou. Not only skiers in the Giant Mountains will enjoy themselves in the winter. The Giant Mountains attract visitors all year round. For example, not far from Jánské Lázně, there is a Treetop Trail, which offers visitors a walk with a total length of 1,511 meters and which takes them to the treetops up to a height of 45 meters. The center of the central Giant Mountains is Vrchlabí, a town with a unique and pleasant atmosphere of a mountain resort.
Tourists can visit other natural beauties with a dense network of marked hiking trails and numerous views from the rock formations in the Adršpach Rocks in the Broumov region.
Cyclists will certainly use the Trutnov Trails - a network of one-way off-road trails for mountain bikes in the vicinity of Trutnov, Čížkovy kamen and Jestřebí hory.
Lovers of monuments and history can visit a large number of castles and chateaux in this region, some of them - Opočno, Kuks, Dětenice, Častolovice, Hrádek u Nechanic, Náchod, Ratibořice and Rychnov nad Kněžnou. Those interested in history will certainly be interested in the Josefov and Dobrošov fortress.