1. Kutná Hora
GPS 49.9484N, 15.2682E
The former royal mining town, benefiting from the rich silver mines, it once was the second most important town after Prague and it is on the UNESCO's World Heritage List today. Among the most important buildings are the Cathedral of St. Barbara (14th century), Vlašský dvůr (Italian Court – former mint) from the 14th century, and from the civil architecture the so-called 15th century Kamenný (Stone) House.The Cathedral of Our Lady (1142) in Sedlec.

2. Karlštejn
GPS 49.9391N, 14.1883E
The best-known and most visited Czech castle founded as the storing place for the imperial jewels by the king and emperor of the Holy Roman Empire Charles IV (1348–57). Extremely valuable interiors (Chapel of St. Cross).

3. Kolín
GPS 50.0281N, 15.2012E
Founded around 1257 by Czech King Přemysl Otakar II. A town monument reserve; the Gothic Church of St. Bartholomew with Renaissance campanile, a Regional museum, former Jewish ghetto with synagogue, Jewish cemetery, a Capuchin monastery.

4. Bohemian Paradise (Český Ráj)
GPS 50.4653N, 15.3058E
Sandstone rock towns, picturesque valleys with ponds, pine forests, folk architecture, castles and chateaus are typical features of this romantic area. Most part of it is a protected landscape stretching through three regions. In the Central Bohemian Region there are rocks near the Mužský Hill and village Příhrazy (Drábské světničky and Valečov Rock Castles and the village monument reserve Mužský).

5. Mělník
GPS 50.3508N, 14.4730E
A town monument zone; a Renaissance chateau (16th century), enlarged Baroque, originally Romanesque Church of St. Peter and St. Paul (11th century), Gothic Town Hall, The Regional Museum.

6. Poděbrady
GPS 50.1415N, 15.11955E
Spa town with treatment of heart disease, a town monument zone; a Renaissance chateau rebuilt in Baroque style (1723–80), the Miners Church of the Assumption of Our Lady (17th century), Polabské Museum.

7. Veltrusy
GPS 50.2776N, 14.3298E
A Baroque chateau (18th century), designed either by F. M. Kaňka or G. B. Alliprandi with the possible involvement of J. Santini, breathtaking park (1764–85) with scores of Classicism and Empire buildings.

8. Kokořín
GPS 50.4403N, 14.5767E
14th century romantic castle, deserted in the 17th century, it boasts a prominent 38 metre-high tower with a cone helmet.

9. Kokořínsko – Máchův kraj
GPS 50.4553N, 14.5892E
A protected landscape area with unusual sand-stone formations (the most famous is Pokličky). The Kokořín Valley (Kokořínský důl) belongs to the most beautiful ones in Bohemia. The villages Vojtěchov and Hlučov with a folk architecture and the remnants of a rock-carved mill.

10. Brandýs nad Labem - Stará Boleslav
GPS 50.1872N, 14.6662E
A twin town; town monument zone. Brandýs nad Labem – a Renaissance chateau (16th century). Stará Boleslav – a Romanesque Basilica of St. Wenceslas, a Romanesque Church of St. Clement (11th century) with the oldest preserved fresco paintings in Bohemia, which date back to the 12th century; a Baroque Church of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary – a glorious tradition of pilgrimages to the Palladium of the Bohemian lands.

11. Kladno
GPS 50.1479N, 14.1013E
The largest town in the region with a tradition of coal mining and iron processing (Poldi museum), a Baroque chateau by K. I. Dienzenhofer (Sládeček Museum of Local History), Neo-Romanesque Church of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary, Neo-Renaissance town hall; a bear pavilion.

12. Rakovník
GPS 50.1037N, 13.7344E
A town monument zone; Pražská (Prague) and Vysoká (High) Gates (16th century), a Baroque town hall, Gothic Church of St. Bartholomew, a part of Jewish ghetto with synagogue.

13. Lány
GPS 50.1239N, 13.9562E
A Renaissance chateau, rebuilt in Baroque style, in 1921 was adapted (J. Plečnik) into a summer retreat for president T. G. Masaryk, and was designed by J. Plečnik. Museum of T. G. Masaryk. The chateau with its large park is accessible only at special occasions.

14. Roztoky
GPS 50.1584N, 14.39954E
Originally a water stronghold, from 16th century a Renaissance chateau, today it houses the Museum of Central Bohemia. On the NW edge of Roztoky is Levý Hradec, the seat of the Premyslid family prior to the establishment of Prague. Foundations of the first Christian church in Bohemia (St. Clement) are preserved beneath the present day church.

15. Mladá Boleslav
GPS 50.4122N, 14.9056E
A town associated with car production (the Laurin and Klement factory established in 1895). A town monument zone; a castle (14th century – Museum of Mladoboleslavsko), an Archdean Church of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary (15th century), Škoda Auto Museum.

16. Konopiště
GPS 49.7796N, 14.6568E
Chateau is the result of the Renaissance and Baroque rebuilding of a French-style Gothic castle, the Romantic adaptations (1889–94). Since 1887 it has been the private family seat of Archduke Franc Ferdinand d'Este, the successor to the Austria-Hungarian throne. A 225-hectare English-style park surrounds the chateau.

17. Křivoklát
GPS 50.0367N, 13.8707E
A royal castle was founded as a hunting-lodge as early as the first half of the 13th century, it has been rebuilt and enlarged several times over the centuries; the cylindrical Great Tower, the palace housing with chapel, the Knights and Royal Halls, a large settlement around.

18. Koněprusy Caves (Koněpruské jeskyně)
GPS 49.9160N, 14.0691E
The largest cave system in Bohemia was discovered by chance in a quarry in 1950, the colourful stalactite and stalagmite formations, the unique Koněpruské růže (roses), remains of a forge from the second half of the 15th century were disco-
vered in the so-called Mint.

19. Příbram
GPS 49.6898N, 14.0104E
A mining town founded at the beginning of the 13th century near the silver and lead mines. Uranium mined since 1949. A Mining Museum is in the Březové Hory quarter. Svatá Hora (Holy Mountain), a group of early Baroque edifices from the 17th century, an important place of pilgrimage. Eine Bergstadt, die im 13. Jhd. an den hiesigen Silbe

20. Okoř
GPS 50.1640N, 14.2551E
Royal castle of the 14th century with the St. Bartholomew Chapel.

21. Dobříš
GPS 49.7813N, 14.1793E
Ruins of a medieval castle, a Rococo chateau (18th century) with French-style gardens and English-style park, late Baroque Church of the Holy Trinity, Jewish cemetery.

22. Průhonice
GPS 50.0005N, 14.5570E
This romantic neo-Renaissance chateau is the result of rebuilding of a Gothic castle and later Renaissance chateau, the landscaped 240-hectare park (UNESCO monument), created by A. E. Silva Taroucco after 1885.

23. Beroun
GPS 49.9642N, 14.0747E
A town monument zone; a part of fortification system, Pilsner (Plzeňská) and Praque (Pražská) Gates, Church of St. James the Great from 13th century, Museum in Jenštejn house; a bear pavilion on Městská hora.

24. Zruč nad Sázavou
GPS 49.7444N, 15.1016E
Pseudo-Gothic chateau in the place of former Renaissance castle, originally Gothic Church of the Elevation of the Holy Cross (1334), in 1939 foundation of Baťa shoe factory (buildings of red brick).

25. Lidice
GPS 50.1443N, 14.1997E
A museum commemorating the obliteration of the Lidice village and murder of its inhabitants by the Nazi in June 1942.

26. Březnice
GPS 49.5576N, 13.9560E
Town monument zone; Renaissance chateau (16th century), Baroque churches of St. Ignatius and St. Roch (C. Lurago) of the mid 17th century, Jewish quarter Lokšany of the 18th century rebuilt after fire in 1821.

27. Vlašim
GPS 49.7444N, 15.1016E
Castle of the 14th century rebuilt into the French-style castle, later in the 17th century restored into chateau (Museum of Podblanicko), Gothic St. Giles Church.

28. Mnichovo Hradiště
GPS 50.5279N, 14.9704E
A town monument zone; a Renaissance chateau from 16th century, rebuilt in Baroque style, in the 
chapel of St. Anne the tomb of Albrecht Waldstein, Neo-Renaissance town hall, rural architecture.

29. Kačina
GPS 49.9817N, 15.3460E
This purest Czech Empire chateau (1802–22), the landscaped park from 1789, museum expositions – Czech agriculture and food production, the history of Chotek family and the lifestyle of Czech aristocracy.

30. Přerov nad Labem
GPS 50.1599N, 14.82369E
Polabské Ethnography Museum, an inaccessible Renaissance chateau, (1560–85) Moto & Velo Museum.

31. Krakovec
GPS 50.0171N, 13.6393E
Ruin of Gothic castle dated from the 14th century, stay of Master Jan Hus before his journey to Constance, wooden bridge, permanent exposition.

32. Nelahozeves
GPS 50.2610N, 14.3014E
A Renaissance chateau (the second half of the 16th century). The village boasts the birth house of composer A. Dvořák (exhibition).

33. Točník
GPS 49.8906N, 13.8872E
Royal castle of the 14th century with the St. Bartholomew Chapel.

34. Český Šternberk
GPS 49.8089N, 14.9264E
This remarkably preserved medieval castle, remodelled into 
a chateau.

35. Nymburk
GPS 50.1859N, 15.0407E
A town monument zone; city walls with the bastions, brick Church of St. Giles 
(1280–1380), a Renaissance town hall from 1526.

36. Kouřim
GPS 50.0024N, 14.9782E
A town monument zone; preserved fortification walls and a gate, a Gothic Church of St. Stephan and Gothic-Renaissance belfry, an open-air museum of folk buildings with rural architecture. A hulking Slav fortified settlement with moats and walls called Stará Kouřim sits above the town, it existed until the end of the 10th century.

37. Slaný
GPS 50.2314N, 14.0869E
A town monument zone; , basically a Romanesque Church of St. Gothard (12th century).

38. Čáslav
GPS 49.9109N, 15.3903E
A town monument zone; originally Romanesque Church of St. Peter and St. Paul (13th century), a Baroque town hall, originally Renaissance Church of St. Elizabeth, Municipal museum.

39. Svatý Jan pod Skalou
GPS 49.9690N, 14.1342E
Church of St. John Baptist from the middle of the 17th century with three stalactical caves adapted in a Baroque style, and St. Ivan's Spring.

40. Hořovice
GPS 50.2314N, 14.0869E
Baroque chateau (18th century), Baroque Church of the Holy Trinity (1684), Loretan Chapel dated 1690, Neo-Renaissance town hall, former synagogue.