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Holasovice, Ceske Budejovice

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  • Indeed, the village square is as if time stopped. Nazůstaňte just in the village. Take a stroll around the neighborhood. There's a beautifully if you want to see.
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  • Holašovice me unfortunately did not deliver. Probably because of the gloomy weather for me to post there, mysteriously. Nearby there is also a local stonehenge. Definitely worth a visit, the mystique of the place and only confirmed. Admission here is rather symbolic.
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  • We were in the winter-no living being on the street except for us, even souvenir tent closed. In principle, the view can be village. If we do not saw, I can't say that much would be lost-one Street, cute houses. Go there half an hour by car. As an option-go along the way.
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  • Beautiful and historical. UNESCO site. Many beautifully maintained homes. Interesting outdoor hand-operated water wells
  • This site is very important for the Czechs, because it represents important part of history of their villages. If you are a foreigner, you should see it, but if you use only public transport and don't have much time, focus on Budějovice instead - a tour of the historical city will be probably more interesting for you.
  • Hezká vesnice
  • Malebná historická vesnička plná krásných malovaných domečků. Určitě stojí za návštěvu.
  • (English review is below) It is a pretty village square, but it's a bit kitschy, as so many home is brand new. In addition to the groups of tourists, of course, is the village of rather dead. So it's nice to naštívit and see what it looks like to someone interested in the history of this probably tells even more. But I could walk around the village square, peeping into souvenirs and I enjoyed getting to know the arcade in the nearby. But it will be a matter of taste. English: It is my personal opinion that I like better, the old town of nearby Czech Budejovice, but if you are interested in old village buildings and want to see the whole village "square" with them in a good shape and mostly in the old looking way, it is good place to visit. For me it was too much "clean" and except for tourists, with too much empty. I do not know.
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