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UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITES AND NATIONAL PARKS OF CENTRAL EUROPE

Many of the world's greatest heritage attractions are distant, hard to get to, inaccessible and off the beaten track. Heritage sites in Central Europe are easy to reach, thanks to cultural density and the connectivity provided by the excellent network of paths for cyclists and uniquely marked trails for hikers.

In addition to the UNESCO World Heritage Sites, the traveller can find many beautiful mediaeval castles and chateaux, towns with Renaissance and Baroque palaces, remote picturesque villages, undulating vineyards and beautiful mountains.    
Below you can find some of them.  

 

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Region
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CZ Vienna (AT) - Prague(CZ), Sumava, South Bohemia(CZ) UNESCO Heritage Sites  
CESKY KRUMLOV
Crooked lanes, idyllic spots and a unique komplex of town houses below an impressive castle which towers above the meandering River Vltava, superb exhibitions by world famous artists, concerts, music   more >>>
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CZ Vienna (AT) - Prague(CZ), Glassmakers (CZ) UNESCO Heritage Sites  
PRAGUE

"Prague never lets you go...this dear little mother has sharp claws." — Franz Kafka. This fascinating cornucopia of fine arts and architectural monuments is dominated by royal palace  more >>>

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CZ Vienna (AT) - Prague(CZ), Highlands (CZ), Moravian Winelands(CZ) UNESCO Heritage Sites  
TELC
Telč is a perfectly preserved small medieval town surrounded by protective lakes and dominated by a chateau which gained its current appearance thanks to two periods of reconstruction in the late Got  more >>>
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CZ Vienna (AT) - Prague(CZ), Highlands (CZ) UNESCO Heritage Sites  
TREBIC
Třebíč is a town of exceptional religious sites. The most famous is the Romano-Gothic Basilica of St Procopius dating from the mid 13th century which has survived in its original shape and arch  more >>>
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CZ Vienna (AT) - Prague(CZ), Moravian Winelands(CZ) UNESCO Heritage Sites  
VILA TUGENDHAT
The Villa Tugendhat, a unique piece of modern functionalist architecture, was built in 1929-1930 in Brno s Cerna Pole District for Greta and Fritz Tugendhat. The project was entrusted to one of the mo  more >>>
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CZ Highlands (CZ) UNESCO Heritage Sites  
ZDAR NAD SAZAVOU
The pilgrimage church of St John of Nepomuk. This pilgrimage church near the town of Žďár nad Sázavou (listed by UNESCO in 1994) was built in the early 18th century in honour of the Czech   more >>>
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CZ UNESCO Heritage Sites  
OLOMOUC
More than 900 years of history make Olomouc one of the highlights of the Czech Republic. In the heart of the city with its remarkably well-preserved medieval layout visitors will find the second large  more >>>
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CZ UNESCO Heritage Sites  
LITOMYSL
Litomysl - almost untouched since the Renaissance The East Bohemian town of Litomyšl was established in the late 10th and early 11th centuries on the site of an earlier fort that watched over a trade  more >>>
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CZ Vienna (AT) - Prague(CZ), Moravian Winelands(CZ) UNESCO Heritage Sites  
LEDNICE - VALTICE AREA
The Lednice - Valtice area was added to UNESCO2s list of world cultural heritage sites in 1996. Measuring 200km2, it is one of the largest manmade landscape projects in Europe. It was created from the  more >>>
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Region
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CZ Vienna (AT) - Prague(CZ) UNESCO Heritage Sites  
KUTNA HORA
Kutná Hora - architectural gems of European significance The historical town centre, the Cathedral of St Barbora and the Cathedral of the Assumption in nearby Sedlec - these are the sites which U  more >>>
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CZ UNESCO Heritage Sites  
KROMERIZ
Kroměříž - a town of historical monuments, art and culture Kroměříž is one of the finest towns in the Czech Republic and is sometimes called the ‘Athens of the Haná Region2.  more >>>
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CZ Vienna (AT) - Prague(CZ), Sumava, South Bohemia(CZ) UNESCO Heritage Sites  
HOLASOVICE
Holašovice - a traditional village in the so-called South Bohemian folk Baroque style. This South Bohemian village, first established in the 13th century, is regarded as the best example of folk Baro  more >>>
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CZ UNESCO Heritage Sites  
THE WHITE CARPATHIANS BIOSPHERE RESERVE
This territory has been formed for hundreds of years and has the character of an extensive English park. The forest areas (45%) alternate flowery meadows with solitary, ragged oaks and beeches. It is   more >>>
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CZ Vienna (AT) - Prague(CZ), Moravian Winelands(CZ) UNESCO Heritage Sites  
THE PALAVA BIOSPHERE RESERVE
Although the protected landscape area of Pálava is one of the smallest, it is also one of the most significant in the Czech Republic. Pálava is situated in the southernmost part of Moravia b  more >>>
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CZ UNESCO Heritage Sites  
THE KRIVOKLATSKO BIOSPHERE RESERVE
Křivoklátsko, a protected landscape area and UNESCO biosphere reservation, is the largest complex of deciduous and mixed forests in the Czech Republic. There are a number of rare animal and vege  more >>>
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CZ Vienna (AT) - Prague(CZ), Sumava, South Bohemia(CZ) UNESCO Heritage Sites  
THE TREBONSKO BIOSPHERE RESERVE
The Třeboň region is one of the few protected landscape areas that has a flat landscape cultivated by man for centuries. Despite this, exceptionally valuable natural elements have been preserved her  more >>>
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CZ Vienna (AT) - Prague(CZ), Sumava, South Bohemia(CZ) UNESCO Heritage Sites  
THE SUMAVA BIOSPHERE RESERVE
Šumava is often called the green roof of Europe for its location at the very center of densely populated Central Europe. It has a relatively high level of preservation of its natural environment and   more >>>
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CZ UNESCO Heritage Sites  
THE KRKONOSE BIOSPHERE RESERVE
KRNAP is one of the most important protected landscape areas in the Czech Republic and is also one of the largest parks in Europe. The Krkonoše National Park (KRNAP) extends over the northeast part o  more >>>
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