East Bohemia

East Bohemia is a region of the . There is a modern corridor rail Praha-Ostrava-Brno-Wien going through the region. , Choceň, Ústí nad Orlicí, Česká Třebová and Svitavy lie on the track, however most modern IC and EC trains stop only in and Česká Třebová.

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The Giant Mountains, known as the Karkonosze in Polish, Krkonoše in Czech, and Riesengebirge in German, are part of the mountain range in and form the border between and the .


is a small city in Eastern Bohemia. Its renaissance chateau is one of the twelve Czech sites inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List, and the town is famous as the birthplace of composer Bedřich Smetana.

is a town in . Presenting itself as the gateway to the , is a quiet and in parts pretty town for just that - though not much else.

is a city in East . The easiest way to get to is by train.

The are in . are not very large, but full of beautiful views on the shire, full of ravines, chines, lonely sandstone towers, pins, gullets and many other shapes of rocks which you can imagine.

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