Minor Českobudějovický pension will provide you with quality and cheap accommodation. Pension Minor pleased to ensure the fulfillment of your wishes in the interest of cultural and sports areas. According to your wishes after previous agreement you travel from the bus or train station to hotel - free of charge.
Pension Minor in Czech Budejovice accommodation
Minor Czech Budejovice Pension offers you accommodation in single, double, triple and quadruple rooms and one suite for 1-4 persons. Pension Minor in Czech Budejovice has all rooms equipped with shower, toilet, television with satellite, mini bar, portable fans and Wi-Fi - for free. Accommodation in two rooms will sweeten kitchen with microwave oven. There is a closed parking for cars and a garage for bicycles and motorcycles.
Minor Guesthouse Accommodation in the Czech Budejovice Restaurants
Pension Minor in Czech Budejovice invites you to a pleasant sitting in the restaurant specialties of local cuisine and excellent Budweiser beer. Breakfast is served from 7.00 to 10.00. Dinner is served from 17:00 hours. The restaurant can be connected to the internet wireless wi-fi system or via fixed internet outlets.
Minor guest accommodation in the Czech Budejovice Services
Minor Českobudějovický guesthouse offers guests use of leisure opportunities in the brewery tour, including BUDVAR EXCURSION, coupled with a beer tasting. Pension can arrange tickets and reservations for sightseeing flights around or sightseeing cruises on the river Vltava. Providing hunting and fishing.
Accommodation in the Czech Budejovice pension Minor area
Czech Budejovice jewel is the historic core with a number of valuable religious and secular buildings with Gothic, Renaissance and especially Baroque houses with uniquely preserved arcades along the streets of Czech, Krajinská, Plachý, Priestly, Dr. Stejskal and around the square. Walk the best start in the very heart of the Czech Budejovice, the square of Premysl Otakar II. One of the largest squares in Central Europe is almost a perfect square measuring 133 x 133 meters. Originally called simply "square" or "Square" and has served since the founding of the city as a basic landmark venue for markets, secular and religious celebrations, executions and the like. The most striking object of the whole space is a baroque town hall, built between 1727-1730 according to plans by architect Antonio princely Schwarzenberg Erhard Martinelli at the site of an older Renaissance town hall and two neighboring houses. In her former sumptuousness reflected the economic boom of the city and the sovereign power of the municipality within the walls. Explode facade bears the window above the central city of České Budějovice, character, surrounded by the provincial character of Moravia, Bohemia and Silesia ..