Tourism and cycling

Fans of history will enjoy the site too. Up to a distance of 25kms you may visit a castle ruin Valdek which is situated in a former army training area Brdy. Brdy forests are full of cycle tracks and footpaths. When going along the paths you may reach other ponds or visit Podbrdské museum in Stašice.

There is also a castle Točník and castle Žebrák where from is an excellent view to the landscape around.

We must not forget, of course, a Gothic castle Karlštejn near the town Beroun which is the most frequent visited historical site. There is also a church of Svatý Jan Křtitel and a lime wall in Sv. Ján pod Skálou. There are also well known caves Koněpruské jeskyně which are created by three underground cave levels. Not far away is situated a complex of flooded mines called Amerika. There is also Chrustenická šachta where you may go by the underground mine train and an out-door museum Solvayovy lomy. The town Beroun offers a view-tower on the hill Městská hora in the center or three bears near by in a bear-run as a great attraction.

In Hořovice there is a castle Hořovice which is open for visitors all year. If you like a horse-riding there is a ridding-hall at the disposal. For winter time there is an indoor swimming pool and in summer there are aqua-attractions.

The town Příbram is well known by its place of pilgrimage – Svatá hora. Famous stairs connect Svatá hora and the town Příbram. All is built in an early Baroque architecture. There is a monument for the victims of a communist regime Vojna.

It’s also worth to mention one of the oldest and most important castles Křivoklát, rococo chateau Dobříš, late baroque chateau Hluboš or late classicist chateau Mníšek pod Brdy.


There are several golf courses of a different level at the disposal for the golf fans. There are 18 holes golf courses in Beroun or 27 holes one in Karlštejn with beautiful views around.

Vaclav Koten:
+420 725 33 85 84

Blanka Kotenova:
+420 725 33 83 93

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