East Bohemia is a region of the Czech Republic.
Hradec Králové regionEdit
- 1 Hradec Králové.
- 2 Trutnov.
- 3 Náchod.
- 4 Jičín. A beautiful town and centre of Bohemian Paradise.
- 5 Dvůr Králové nad Labem. A historic town located in the picturesque foothills of Krkonose mountains.
- 6 Špindlerův Mlýn. A winter sports resort
- 1 Krkonoše (Giant Mountains). Krkonoše is a mountain range located along the border to Poland. The highest peak, Sněžka (Polish: Śnieżka, German: Schneekoppe; 1,603 m), is the Czech highest point. The oldest Czech national park was founded there in 1963.
- 2 Český Ráj (Czech Paradise). A beautiful landscape with sandstone rocks, karst areas and cultural heritage (castles, chateaus and castle ruins).
- 3 Prachovské skály (Prachov Rocks). Rock blocks, towers and pillars formed by the water and wind into a shape of rock "city".
- 4 Orlické hory (Eagle Mountains). A mountain range in northeastern Bohemia along the Polish border.
- 5 Broumovsko. Protected landscape area near city of Broumov. Interesting sandstone rock areas include Adršpach-Teplice Rock Town and Broumovské walls.
- 6 Vrchlabí.
There is a modern corridor rail Praha-Ostrava-Brno-Wien going through the region. Pardubice, Choceň, Ústí nad Orlicí, Česká Třebová and Svitavy lie on the track, however most modern IC and EC trains stop only in Pardubice and Česká Třebová. To visit all other mentioned towns, you have to take either rychlík (R) or osobní/spěšný vlak (Os/Sp) trains. Chrudim lies on the rail connecting Pardubice and Jihlava. There are many minor local rails in the region as well but with few exceptions it is not very convenient to use them.