1. Plzeň
GPS 49.7482N, 13.3774E
The metropolis of the western Bohemia and the regional capital, a town monument reserve. In the square náměstí Republiky: the Gothic Cathedral of St. Bartholomew (13th century) with 102-meter high tower (the highest in the Czech Republic). Renaissance town hall (16th century). Franciscan monastery (13th century), Gothic Church of St. Nicholas (1406–10). Great Synagogue (1892) is the third biggest in the world. Masné krámy (Meat shops). Neo-Renaissance Theater of J. K. Tyl (1899–1902).The Museum of West Bohemia. Škoda Museum. Accessible the Pilsen Historical Underground and Brewery Museum. The premises of „Pilsner Urquell“ Brewery with Neo-renaissance gate. Zoological and Botanic garden (DinoPark).

2. Karlovy Vary
GPS 50.2302N, 12.8676E
The most important czech spa town with a history going back to the 14th century. The 12 warm mineral springs – the most renowned is the 72,7 ° C hot Vřídlo shooting up to 
12 metres. A town monuments zone; the Neo-Renaissance Mlýnská (Mill) Colonnade (1871–78), the wooden Tržní (Market) Colonnade (1883) and the Zámecká (Castle) Colonnade (1911–13), the new Vřídelní (Hot Spring) Colonnade (1967–75); the Grand hotel Pupp (1907), Baroque Church of St. Mary Magdalene by K. I. Dienzenhofer (18th century), the Orthodox Church of St. Peter and Paul (1893–98), the English Gothic Church of St. Lucas (1877); the quadrant Zámecká (Castle) Tower (1608) is reminiscent of the former hunting castle. Jelení skok (Stag Jump) – a cross atop 
a rocky hill commemorates the Russian tsar Peter I‘s visit to the spot on his horse in 1712. The International Film Festival.

3. Mariánské Lázně
GPS 49.9753N, 12.7030E
The second most important spa centre (the first records 1528), over 40 springs, a town monuments zone; the Empire pavilion at Křížový (Cross) Spring from 1818 (rebuilt), a Neo-Baroque Colonnade (1888–89), Zpívající (Singing) Fountain; the Neo-Byzantium Church of the Assumption (1844–48), the Orthodox Church of St. Vladimir (1902); the Chopin’s Music Festival.

4. Františkovy Lázně
GPS 50.1167N, 12.3491E
Beginnings of the spa date to 1793, 24 main mineral springs and bogs. A town monuments reserve; the Neo-Gothic spa house Windsor (1863–65), the Neo-Renaissance buildings include Imperial Spa - Spa II (1878–79), the Art Nouveau hall above the Glauber Springs, the Classicism pavilion at Františkův Spring (1831), the Empire Church of the Ascension of the Cross (1812–20).

5. Klatovy
GPS 49.3946N, 13.2939E
A town monument zone; the remnants of the Gothic town fortification with bastions. Černá věž (Black Tower) from the 16th century (view point), the Baroque Virgin Mary‘s Immaculate Conception and St. Ignatius‘ Jesuit Church (1655–79: large catacombs with mummified bodies below), the Baroque apothecary U Bílého jednorožce (The White Unicorn).

6. Domažlice
GPS 49.4401N, 12.9305E
A town monument reserve. Chod Castle (13th century) with the cylindric tower, the Gothic Church of the Birth of Our Lady (13th century) with inclined Domažlice Tower (60 cm, lookout-tower). From the original fortification the Gothic Dolní brána (Lower Gate) is preserved. The Gothic and Renaissance houses with the arcades and Baroque gables, the Gothic Church of All Saints from the 14th century, Baroque bailiff΄s house of Chodsko. In August Chod Festival.

7. Tachov
GPS 49.7949686N, 12.6329772E
A town monument zone with preserved 8 m high town walls with 16 bastions. The Classicist chateau (1808). Originally Gothic Church of the Assumption of Virgin Mary from the 14th century. Jewish cemetery from the 17th century, Late-Renaissance Husmannův mlýn (Husmann‘s Mill) – 1645.

8. Rokycany
GPS 49.7422N, 13.5956E
A town monument zone. The town hall (1804–10), the remnants of the fortification (14th century) with two bastions; originally Gothic Church of Our Lady of the Snow, the Renaissance Holy Trinity Church (1609), butcher‘s Dometovský House (No. 88) from the the 16th century. Military Historical Museum.

9. Rabí
GPS 49.2805N, 13.6190E
The biggest castle ruin in the Czech Republic (first half of the 13th century), the Romanesque residential tower serves as the lookout tower. A small town is the town monument zone with Neo-Gothic town hall, the cemetery Church of St. John of Nepomuk.

10. Konstantinovy Lázně
GPS 49.8810519N, 12.9812708E
The spa next to the ferrous acidulous water springs, which were founded in the first half of the 19th century. Prusík‘s spa institute (1874–75).

11. Cheb
GPS 50.0787N, 12.3702E
A powerful city state with an ingenious fortification system. A town monuments reserve; castle – originally a fort that was rebuilt by Fridrich Barbarossa into a Romanesque palace in 1179, the 18.5 metre-high Černá (Black) Tower, the most valuable part is the Romanesque-Gothic Chapel of St. Martin, Erhard and Ursula; the 13th century Gothic Franciscan Church and Monastery, the Clarisse Church and Monastery (1708–11) by K. I. Dienzenhofer, the Late Romanesque Church of St. Nicholas and Elizabeth dating from the beginning of the 13th century rebuilt in the Gothic style (15th century), the Gothic Church of St. Bartholomew, the prettiest group of city houses can be found on the Square of Jiří of Poděbrady (the general Albrecht of Wallenstein was murdered in Pachelbel House with No. 492 in 1634, the medieval Late Gothic houses called Špalíček (the Log) dating from the 13th century).

12. Horšovský Týn
GPS 49.5302N, 12.9447E
A town monument reserve. Early Gothic castle (1270) and the Renaissance chateau from the 16th century, rare wood species in the park. The torso of town fortifications, the Gothic Church of St. Apolinar from the half of the 13th century with the frescos, the Church of St. Peter and Paul from the end of the 13th century. The houses with the Gothic cores.

13. Loket
GPS 50.1869N, 12.7530E
A romantic place dominated by a castle above a large loop of the river Ohře that was founded around 1230. Considered one of the strongest castles in Europe. A famous tradition of porcelain manufacture (since 1815). Some parts of the fortifications as well as Gothic and Renaissance elements in the town houses are preserved.

14. Sušice
GPS 49.2314N, 13.5203E
A town monument zone, Renaissance town hall, Renaissance houses with the Gothic cores – Voprchovský House (No. 40, the Museum of Šumava), Rozacínovský House (No. 48), the Gothic Churches of St. Wenceslas (14th century), of the Virgin Mary (16th century) and of St. Felix with Baroque Capuchin monastery (1654). The old jewish cemetery (founded 1626). The hill Svatobor (845 m) above the town, with the stone lookout tower (1934).

15. Jáchymov
GPS 50.3714N, 12.9136E
The first radioactive spa in the world; here is where the husband and wife Curie discovered the new elements polonium and radium in 1898. A mint producing the so-called ‘Joacimsthaler’ coins once operated here. The names of other currencies were derived from these coins – dollar for example. Uranium has been mined since 1964. A town monuments zone; the Renaissance town hall, the mint, the 16th century Late Gothic Church of St. Joachim and the cemetery Church of All Saints (1516–33); among the spa architecture, Radium Palace (1910–12) and Běhounek (1975).

16. Lázně Kynžvart
GPS 50.0079N, 12.6323E
The most significant Czech spa for children, founded in 1822. The Baroque Chateau Kynžvart is close to the town. It received its appearance of a Classicism Italian residence (1820–33) and was used mainly by the famous chancellor Metternich.

17. Bečov nad Teplou
GPS 50.0859N, 12.8397E
Town monuments zone with a castle and chateau. An extremely valuable reliquary with the relics of St. Mauro.

18. Klášter Teplá
GPS 49.9664N, 12.8783E
A Premonstratensian monastery dating from 1193. The present, mainly Baroque, appearance, was designed by Kristof Dienzenhofer. The Romanesque-Gothic Minster of the Annunciation was the first three-nave hall Church in Bohemia.

19. Plasy
GPS 49.9351N, 13.3887E
A Premonstratensian monastery (1193). The present, mainly Baroque, appearance, was designed by Kristof Dienzenhofer. The Romanesque-Gothic Minster of the Annunciation was the first three-nave hall Church in Bohemia.

20. Seeberg
GPS 50.1318N, 12.2822E
One of the oldest castles on the Czech territory founded around 1200. The courtyard boasts a few building featuring folk architecture, the castle barn houses an ethnographic exhibition.

21. Boží Dar
GPS 50.4108N, 12.9225E
St. Anna Church from late Baroque period, Imperial style town hall, half-timbered houses, museum. Protected site the Boží Dar peat bog nearby.

22. Železná Ruda
GPS 50.4108N, 12.9225E
The centre of recreation of the western part of Šumava. The Baroque Church of Our Lady Auxiliary (1727–32) with the bulbous dome, folk architecture, the Museum of Šumava. The settlement Špičák – the ski area, the chair lift is led to the hill Pancíř (1214 m) with lookout tower. The rail tunnel (1877) – the longest one in the Czech Republic (1748 m).

23. Black and Devil‘s Lake (Černé a Čertovo jezero)                                                                                     http://www.zelezna-ruda.cz/zeleznaruda/leto-jezera.asp?lng=en
GPS 49.1794N, 13.1826E

The most famous and biggest lakes of Šumava in the glacial corrie form with the lake flank, the natural preserve. Černé (18,4 ha) is deep to 40,6 m, Čertovo (10,34 ha) is deep to 36,7 m.

24. Horažďovice
GPS 49.3214N, 13.7004E
A town monument zone, Renaissance chateau with the Baroque Annx and tower of the Gothic castle. The early Gothic fortification: Červená brána (Red Gate) and some parts of the walls with bastions. Early-Gothic Church of St. Peter and St. Paul (13th century), the Church of the Assumption of Virgin Mary (1504). The Late-Renaissance mill.

25. Bohemian Forest (Šumava)
The south-east half of this mountain area, including part of the Šumava National Park and Protected Landscape Area. It is the area of wide hilly moorlands, huge forest complex often wild or wildwood character, the mountain meadows rich in fauna, deep river and creek valleys, big rocky complex and rocky seas, glacial origin lakes.

26. Kozel
GPS 49.6707N, 13.5300E
A classicism hunting chateau (18th century) with an English park, a part of the original equipment. 

27. Starý Plzenec
GPS 49.6974N, 13.4745E
Original Plzeň, the first mention in 976. The remains of the settlement of the Přemyslid family on the hill Hůrka; early Romanesque rotunda of St. Peter and St. Paul (10th century), the St. Mary Nativity Church with the Gothic frescos from 1351.

28. Manětín
GPS 49.9919N, 13.2313E
A town monument zone. The chateau (1712) according to the design of J. Santini, the Church of St. John the Baptist from 1712–19 (the paintings by P. Brandl in the interior). The Baroque houses and more than 80 sculptures.

29. Přimda
GPS 49.6749N, 12.6759E
The small town and the important ruin of the Romanesque castle (1121). In the outbuilding preserved Romanesque “prevet” (toilet). The Church of St. George (14th century).

30. Kladruby
GPS 49.7118N, 12.9952E
The Benedictine monastery (1115). The Romanesque basilica of Assumption of Virgin Mary rebuilt by J. Santini in years 1712–29 in the Baroque-Gothic style (the body is 82 m long and in the dome 40 m high).

31. Soos
GPS 50.1464N, 12.4033E
A national nature reserve of 221 acres with evidence of late volcanic activities, including mineral springs and carbon dioxide seepage, e.g. mofettes.

32. Mariánský Týnec
GPS 49.9854N, 13.4624E
The Church of the Annunciation of the Virgin Mary built in 1720–51 by 
J. Santini in Kralovice. Museum and galery.

33. Dobřív
GPS 49.7196N, 13.6920E
A village monument zone the water-powered iron-mill mentioned in 1379, the so-called Swedish bridge (17th century).

34. Rabštejn nad Střelou

GPS 50.0435N, 13.2923E
A town monument zone, the smallest town in Europe. The castle ruins (14th century), the Baroque castle. The monastery Church of St. Mary of the Seven Sorrows by A. Lurago (1766–69), the Baroque Loreto (1671), the remnants of the town fortification.

35. Kašperské Hory
GPS 49.1441N, 13.5542E
A town monument zone. Gothic Church of St. Margaret (14th century), Renaissance town hall (16th century), Museum of motorcycles and Czech toys. Kašperk – huge castle ruin (14th century)

36. Velhartice
GPS 49.2632N, 13.3993E
The Gothic castle (13th–14th century), partly in ruins – Rajský palace connected by the unique stone bridge with the tower called Putna, the mansion part with arcades (from 1628–33).

37. Stříbro
GPS 49.7525N, 13.0067E
A town monument zone. The remnants of the fortification (14th century), Late-Gothic Church of All Saints (1565), former Minorite Monastery with the remnants of the Church of St. Mary Magdalene from the 13th century (Municipal Museum). The Renaissance stone bridge with gate (1555–60).

38. Švihov
GPS 49.4808N, 13.2855E
Late Gothic water castle (1480–1504). The Church of St. Wenceslas from the 14th century. On the opposite bank of 
Úhlava river there is the Romanesque Church of St. Giles (12th century).

39. Přeštice
GPS 49.5727N, 13.3306E
The Baroque Church of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary (18th century) by K. I. Dienzenhofer, the Baroque plastics and the Marian plaque pillar (1676) on the square.

40. Sokolov
GPS 50.1812N, 12.6451E
The original chateau that houses a museum was rebuilt in 1805. Parts of the city wall are preserved.

41. Zbiroh
GPS 49.8583N, 13.7624E
The chateau in place of the castle, Neo-Renaissance from 1869–73, Gothic is commemorated by a 23 m high tower.