Ceske Budejovice Budweis is one of the greatest and most beautiful cities of South-Czech Republic. It is the home of Svejk, the Budweiser beer, and many marvellous buildings. If you decide to visit this lovely town your tour should start at its main square the Náměstí Přemysla Otakara II. In the middle of the square you find the Samson fountain and near to it you can also find a weird shaped stone, which marks the place of the old gallows, and be careful because the legend holds that if you step on that stone, you will never be able to get home. You can also find the Town Hall on the square with its bronze dragons. Going further from the square you will find the Black Tower, which was used as a bell tower and a fire tower as well, even a family lived in its upper section until the 1950s. The Česká ulice which is a street that goes parallel with the main square holds many gothic and renaissance style houses, tailors, blacksmiths used to live there. Going in another direction from the main square you will stumble upon the Dominikánský kláter, which is a monastery and a church, the monastery is closed but the church is still functioning until this very day. The monastery was used as a coin embossing workhouse as well. And last but not least the Budweiser Brewery! It can be only visited in groups and you will have to set a date before arrival, on phone. Travelling around Ceske Budejovice is manageable on foot, although if you wish to save time by renting a car from us, parking is quite easy in the city, and there is no significant traffic overall.