The castle has a unique story that intervenes with the well-known authorities at that time. Before the Gestapo took over the place, the chateau was a magical place for artistic people to stay over and spend their lives here. Discover the story of Jenerálka and how it helped fifty innocent children whose parents were sadly executed by the authorities.  Going back in time-capsule The story of Jenerálka dates back to the 18th century when it was first found and established by the Austrian General Staff. Its design, both and indoors, is breathtaking. When aspiring to its beauty, it is clear to see the neo-baroque reconstruction, which gives Jenerálka a chateau spirit. The castle is a lovely two-story structure with Neo-BaroqueRead more.

Okoř Castle is one of the few historical sites on the UNESCO World Heritage List. The route from Prague will take you there in under 30 minutes by car. So let’s discover what the town has to offer to visitors. Traveling through centuries  The history of the Okoř castle takes place back in the 13th century. The tiny hamlet of Oko, northwest of Prague, was built around 1228.As civilization advanced and moved to the city, the castle’s architecture evolved into a Gothic style. Frantisek Rokyčansky stood behind this innovation. He was one of the wealthiest burghers of Prague’s Old Town back at that time. In the meantime, he was also living in the castle as it was his primary residence.Read more.


Holašovice… some might confuse it with the Holešovice suburb in Prague 7, but in fact, it is a lovely town in the south of Czechia. Its history is also tragic – but today, it is one of the greatest hidden gems you can visit in the country. The first mention of Holašovice dates back to the middle of the 13th century. It was a village discovered during the colonization mission in South Bohemia, approximately 16 kilometers west of České Budějovice, near the border. Soon, the tiny town was formed, and people started living there. The name of the city originates from the word ‘Holaš,’ which was the surname of its founder. Throughout the centuries, approximately 140 inhabitants have lived thereRead more.