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Other activities and trips

The Bohemian Forest on the Czech side of the border, as well as its Bavarian "brother" nature park Hornofalcký les, represent an ideal destination for lovers of active recreation and for those who wish to relax in peace alone, as a couple, or with the whole family.

Water Attractions
The Regen River

The Regen River is perfect for canoeing or rafting. The Upper Palatinate Forest is also one of the oldest fishing areas in Europe.

Přimda indoor pool

Lovers of water fun also have the opportunity to visit the indoor pool in Přimda, where water attractions including a waterslide are prepared for visitors, or the natural recreation complex in Waidhaus, which offers activities for swimmers and non- swimmers alike.

Pleystein recreational area

Visitors can enjoy an outdoor swimming pool with a diving platform, not only children will appreciate the giant wide slide. An adventure playground, tennis courts or a beach volleyball court as well as the heated forest pool in Altglashütte also offer fun.

Lake Steinberger See

You can enjoy water skiing, wakeboarding, sailing, surfing, diving, rowing or pedal boating on Steinberger See. Most of the more than 30 campsites here are located by the water, lakes and ponds.

Waidhaus swimming pool

This recreational area offers plenty of opportunities for fun and relaxation and has a 2000 m² water area with a giant water slide for swimmers. But non- swimmers are not left out - for them there is also a large water area with a water slide, which is designed for non- swimmers.

Sights, Attractions and Interesting Towns
Přimda Castle

The ruins of the oldest stone castle in the Czech Republic at an altitude of 848 m are the second oldest building in the Czech Republic after Prague Castle. The castle, as a representative of Romanesque castle architecture, was built in 1121 during the reign of Vladislav I.


In this picturesque town, founded in the 13th century by Přemysl Otakar II, the square with its sloping cylindrical tower, the famous arcade and the Dolejší Gate is certainly worth seeing. In summer, the night watchman announces the approaching evening with his singing. You can learn more about the history of the region in the Museum of Chodsko, where the original Gothic castle was converted, and in the Henry Henry Museum. Adults will enjoy a visit to the Domažlice brewery, while children will enjoy the train exhibition.

Klenčí pod Čerchovem

Today the town, originally one of the oldest Chod villages, is connected with the life and work of Jindřich Šimon Baar, Jindřich Jindřich and Jan Vrba. Here you will find the gateway to the Bohemian Forest, which is undoubtedly the Bohemian Forest Nature House. Come and see how the nature of the Bohemian Forest landscape is gradually changing. The Baar Monument stands in the place where J. Š. Baar liked to visit, so you too will surely enjoy the view of the beauty of the Chodsko region.


This town, situated on the border of the natural areas of Oberpfalz Hügelland and Oberpfalz, is an important centre of trade and services in the northern Upper Palatinate. Whether you decide to take a stroll around the town, where you will be impressed by St. Michael's Church, the town square with its Renaissance-style town houses, the old town hall, the upper and lower gates, or the impressive remains of the town fortifications, or visit one of the many museums located here, you will not regret it and will take away many great experiences. Don't forget the Thermal World and swimming pool in Weidhaus, which will be appreciated by water lovers, especially children.


Another interesting city is certainly Nuremberg, which dates back to the first half of the 10th century. Shortly after its foundation, the city established itself as an important trading centre, gradually adding the strategic importance of a military base and a centre of executive and judicial power. Nuremberg offers its visitors a truly diverse range of sights, attractions and points of interest. St. Sebald's Church, St. Mary's Church and St. Lawrence Church are sure to attract those who enjoy religious buildings. Typical Bavarian architecture can be enjoyed while strolling through the historic city centre or visiting the Imperial Castle. If you are looking for somewhere to go with children, you should not miss the local zoo and dolphinarium. In the run- up to Christmas, be sure to visit the famous local Christmas markets, they are truly unique.

Documentation Centre "Slavic Settlement"

Are you interested in ancient history? Then visit the exhibition on the traces of human settlement in Schwarzakhtal from the Paleolithic to the modern era, with a focus on Slavic settlement in the 7th to 9th centuries. Interesting lectures and other events are held here throughout the year.

Wooden ball on Lake Steinberg

This wooden monument offers the most beautiful view of the Upper Palatinate landscape. Take the whole family on an adventurous hike and climb through 25 stations to its summit.

Kladruby Monastery

The former Benedictine monastery founded 900 years ago by Prince Vladislav I. The dominant feature of the area is the Church of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary, which was rebuilt by the famous Czech architect Jan Blažej Santini Aichel in the Baroque Gothic style. The dome of the church, which rises to a height of 46 m, is topped with a gilded Marian crown. The second most important building in the monastery grounds is the New Convent building, designed by Kilián Ignác Dientzenhofer.

Horšovský Týn

One of the oldest urban conservation areas will welcome you with its dominant feature - the State Castle and Chateau. The historic centre with its townhouses, town hall and the Church of St. Peter and Paul is certainly a pleasant place for a walk, and we also recommend visiting the wooden lookout tower on nearby Šibeniční Hill. In July, don't forget to come to the Annen Fest!

Bělá nad Radbuzou

The first written mention of Bělá can be found in the Chronicle of Kosmas. The local stone bridge, built at the beginning of the 18th century on the model of Charles Bridge, is one of the most valuable stone bridges in the Czech Republic.

So admire its beauty and then you can go to Kocovy Kameny, a unique monument near Bělá.

Bärnau-Tachov Historical Park

This living museum takes you back to the Middle Ages and shows you how people lived in Slavic villages in those ancient times. In addition to a classic tour of the village, the tower castle and the medieval settlement, you have the opportunity to take part in various courses and activities, where you can try your hand at things like archery or building an earthen wall.


The first mention of this picturesque town, located about 150 km from the border with the Czech Republic, dates back to the Stone Age. Today, the town is popular for its beautiful Christmas markets and pleasant atmosphere throughout the year. The historic centre is even a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The local St. Peter's Cathedral is one of the most important Gothic monuments in Bavaria. The cathedral is dominated by its silver altar and its deep well, but visitors will also be impressed by its towers, which rise to a height of 32 metres. If you're a lover of religious buildings, you shouldn't miss St. James Church, built by Scottish stonemasons in the Romanesque style, or St. Emmeram's Basilica, one of Bavaria's oldest churches located on the grounds of a Benedictine monastery. Another important monument, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is the Stone Bridge, the second most important monument after the local cathedral. It is certainly not without interest that it is the oldest bridge in Germany. Much more could be written about the sights that Regensburg boasts. The Jacob's Tower, the Golden Gate, the Salt House...that's just a small part of them. So don't hesitate to visit Regensburg!

Museum district Tirschenreuth

This unique project will introduce you to various interesting topics. After a tour of the Upper Palatinate Pond Museum, you will go through an underground passageway to meet other interesting things, this time about the history of the town, the displacement of the inhabitants from the border region after World War II, porcelain production or the tradition of crib making.

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