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The Chodov Tower
The highlight of Domažlice is the 56-meter-high tower towering in the center of the square next to the Church of the Nativity of the Virgin Mary. It is displaced from its axis by 59 cm, and you can reach its gallery after climbing 194 steps. During the summer, every Friday and Saturday at nine and ten o'clock in the evening, you can listen to the night watchman. Open from May to September.
The Chodský Castle/Museum
The Chodsko Museum, originally a Gothic castle, is dedicated to the history of Domažlice from prehistory to the present day. It includes archaeology from the prehistoric and ancient periods, bourgeois life in the 19th century, Chodsko folklore, and also a Chodsko wedding exhibit. The museum offers regular exhibitions, the possibility to climb the tower, or visit the garden beneath the Chodov Castle.
The Jindřich Museum
The Jindřich Jindřich Museum - The exhibition presents the ethnographic collection of Jindřich Jindřich, focused on reverse glass paintings, Chod costumes, ceramics, furniture, bagpipe music, as well as the history of the Chod Festivities and the development of folklore to the present day. On the ground floor of the museum, there is the Špillar Brothers Gallery, which offers visitors the works of the Špillar brothers, as well as occasional exhibitions of contemporary art.
The Domažlice Municipal Brewery
In 2020, after about a quarter of a century, beer production returned to the building of the former malt house and forest. The brewery, operated by Domažlice Municipal Forests Ltd., focuses primarily on the production of bottom-fermented beers. When creating beer names, it draws from the Chod dialect, known as "Bulačiny" (hALE, hIPA), traditional Chod instruments (Čakan 11), or local significant places (Čerchov 11). In the reconstructed historic building of the malt house, you will find an exhibition about brewing and a beer cellar where you can enjoy unfiltered and unpasteurized beer directly from the brewery's serving tanks. The entire team of the Domažlice Municipal Brewery is looking forward to your visit. Additionally, the brewery regularly produces a variety of top-fermented beers.
Horšovský Týn Castle
Původně biskupský hrad založený před polovinou 13. století v roce 1547 vyhořel, a poté došlo k jeho přestavbě v monumentální renesanční sídlo (Jan mladší Popel z Lobkovicz). V letech 1623–1945 přešel Horšovský Týn do držení rodu Trauttmansdorffů. Od r. 1945 vlastní zámek stát. Do správy hradu a zámku Horšovský Týn patří též přilehlý park o rozloze téměř 40 ha, kostel Všech svatých v nedaleké obci Horšov a kostel sv. Anny na Vršíčku u Horšovského Týna. Na seznam národních kulturních památek byl areál Horšovského Týna zařazen roku 1996.
Babylon - a popular resort with a swimming pool. Here you can find the Devil's Nature Trail, intended for both pedestrians and cyclists, which has 21 stops with descriptions of historical and natural attractions in the Babylon area.
The treetop walkway
From the treetop walkway near the town of Sankt Englmar, you can see the forest and surrounding landscape from a height of 30 meters. The barrier-free walking path on sturdy pillars connects to the Nature Experience Trail, which includes numerous educational stops about life in the forest. A completely new addition is the Optical Illusion Trail with an "illusion cave" and other curiosities. In the covered restaurant, visitors can enjoy Bavarian specialties, and there's also a covered indoor hall for children. In the adventure park D'Rodelbahn in the town of Sankt Englmar, you'll find the largest Bavarian mountain railway, a water slide, summer tobogganing on the Bob & Coaster tracks, a 20-meter adventure tower, a motor skills training meadow, a giant marble run, and fun water carousel and beaver jump.
Dragon Lake is a reservoir near the town of Furth im Wald, offering many leisure activities. The lake features a lakeside stage where various events are held throughout the year. Water sports enthusiasts can enjoy surfing, sailing, stand-up paddling (without rental), or boating. From April to October, there's a circular hiking trail approximately 5 km long, leading through a chain of accessible islands with a floating pier. Cyclists can also try the circular trail around the entire lake, which is about 10.5 km long. Wallfahrtskapelle Streicherröhren The pilgrimage chapel Streicheröhren is located near Untertraubenbach between the towns of Roding and Cham. The stone chapel stands on a hill in the forest and is still a popular pilgrimage site today. The construction of the pilgrimage chapel dates back to a miracle that happened to a blind woman who was cured of blindness in 1661. Arber Bergbahn The cable car is a modern and attractive means that allows visitors to reach the summit of Großer Arber, the highest peak of the Bavarian Forest. In winter, this place is a very popular skiing resort with a snow park and extensive cross-country skiing trails. During the summer months, visitors can take advantage of hiking trails or mountain bike rentals. At the summit, you will find restaurants and cafes offering local specialties.
Bayerwald-Tierpark is a natural park and zoo located in the village of Lohberg. Here you can find over 400 animals from the Bavarian-Bohemian border region in their natural environment. The park is a great place for family outings, where you can not only have fun but also learn about local animals.