Holasovice Village protected by UNESCO. Country Trip South of Prague more than 70 km. CSS7.
Folk architecture open air museum.
The UNESCO-protected Holasovice village was preserved as a unique example of a 19th century South Bohemian country village.
7 HOUR ROUND TRIP
Combine seeing Holasovice with Tabor town.
The history of Tabor is connected with Jan Hus, a great reformer of the Catholic Church. The complex of underground tunnels built by Hus´s followers is a Tabor touristic highlight.
8 HOUR ROUND TRIP
We recommend a combination with Hluboka castle, Brewery Budweiser and Ceske Budejovice town, Trebon castle and town, Cesky krumlov castle and town protected by UNESCO, Tabor medieval Hussite town, Konopiste castle, Jindrichuv Hradec castle and medieval town, Velke Popovice brewery.
Hluboka castle , Brewery Budweiser Budvar and Ceske Budejovice town, Trebon castle and medieval town, Cesky Krumlov castle and medieval town protected by UNESCO , Tabor medieval Hussite town , Konopiste castle , , Jindřichův Hradec medieval town and castle or Velke Popovice brewery .
Holasovice village is a unique reservation of historical monuments and a part of the world cultural heritage. The location of Holasovice had probably caused the impression that time in the village passes more slowly.
And so the ground plan of the village could survive in its medieval shape to the present, and also the single buildings which are concentrated around the spacious village green are in the same shape that was given to them by their builders in the second half of the 19th century.
It was preserved as a unique example of the South Bohemian country environment of the 19th century and at the same time as proof of the art of architecture and plaster art of our ancestors.
The so-called folk, or Rural Baroque, causes the unique atmosphere of Holasovice.
It is a type of a rural architecture, based on using baroque, rococo and classicist building elements in the environment of a village.