Most popular spa town in the Czech Republic. Karlovy Vary is a statutory town in Western Bohemia, and the metropolis of the Karlovy Vary region. The number of inhabitants in the town is about 50 thousand, and the area is 59.10 km². It is also an important spa centre with the famous glass and food industry.
Kutná Hora (Kuttenberg in German), formerly also called the Czech Athens, is a town in the Central Bohemian region and the important landmark preservation area, registered in the list of UNESCO World Heritage sites.
Karlštejn (Karlstein in German), in the national revival times also called Karlův Týn, is a medieval castle located in the cadastral territory of Budňany, in the town of Karlštejn in Beroun district, about 30 km southwest of Prague, in the middle of the protected landscape area of Czech Karst.
Konopiště is a castle near the town of Benešov in the Central Bohemia region, 40 km southeast of Prague. It is located about 2 km west of the centre. Today it is mainly known as a major and the last seat of the Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand d’Este, the heir to the throne of Austria-Hungarian Empire whose assassination in Sarajevo was the pretext for the start of the World War II.
The town of Krušovice is located in the district of Rakovník, Central Bohemian region, roughly 8 km NNE from Rakovník. The first written mention of Krušovice, the estate after the Vilém Zajíc of the Valdek and Krušejovice (relicta Wilhelmi dicti Lepus quondam de Krussowicz) comes from the year 1356. Some other documents (Krussyeowicz 1399, Krussieyowicz 1401) show that the original form of the name was in fact Krušějovice, founded from (unsupported) the personal name of *Krušej.
The town of Velké Popovice is located in the central region in the district of Prague-East, 10 km southeast from the periphery of the city. It is located nine kilometres to the south of Prague. On 1st January 2014 it had a population of 2666 inhabitants.