Boskovice Things to Do
If you are mad for flowers and plants as me and my friend, just visit this place. There are each summer small exhibitions - flowers, vegetables atc. And of course you can buy here a lots of plants, as we did ... impatiens, plumbago, sedum, hibiscus, petunia, begonia and many many more ...The exhibition is opened through summer daily from 08:00 -...more
Opening times: Monday - Sunday 09:00 - 17:00An experienced gardener, Mr. Ladislav Vlk, started to build a collection garden of ornamental woods in the year 1965. Mr. Josef Janku carries on the work till today. The collection garden became in the year 1992 a part of private Garden company Smelcovna. Simultaneously it became an integral part of...more
This cemetery is the "new" Jewish cemetery, where was the "old" one nobody knows. There are some theories and the likeliest is that the "old" cemetery was demolished by building the chateau's garden. There are about 2500 tombstones at the site. The oldest one is from the year 1640 and the youngest are from the 30-ies of the 20th century. The most...more
Go from the castle down to the heart of Boskovice to Jewish town. It is known quite a lot about the Jewish settlement. There is special exposition in the Placka museum in the Jewish town. It is open daily except Mondays from 10:00 - 16:30. There are records about the first Jew already from the year 1343. But the Jewish Quarter was not established...more
The chateau can be found on Hradni street. It is in Empire style and so it is enclosed with parks. You will pass through a wrought gate into the front garden. Two-storied building has four wings, that form inside a simple yard. The chateau's door opens into an antique hall supported by mighty columns. The Empire glasshouse was established in the...more
The castle stands up above the valley of the stream Bela in the height 448 m with a view of Mala Hana and Chlumy. It was built probably in the 13th century. It is surrounded by quite well-preserved ramparts with loop-holes. You can find on the walls the marks of long past conquers - burrowed in stone shots. Over the main gate are three panels with...more
It was rather a simple hut with a garden, the ambient very elemantary and a backpacker class. The menu was short but looked very delicious - tripe soup, beef goulash, neat's-foot, pancakes etc. and beer of course.But I do not think they speak or have the menu in English or any other language than Czech. The menu is written on a blackboard by the...more
The restaurant looked quiet good, the dining room was non-smoking and the service fast. But I must say that the dishes were nothing special. The soups were very good but my friend orderd fruit dumplings and he had a lot work to find the fruits inside of them :-( But at the other hand, when he complained he got a bowl with stewed fruits for free....more
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Train station is right in Boskovice (track 262) between Moravska Trebova and Blansko. The keep with the chateau are cca 1.1 kms far from the station.Comming from Brno you will have to change the trains at the station "Skalice nad Svitavou". It will take you approx. 1 hour to come to Boskovice from Brno by train.more
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Boskovice Local Customs
The Information centre can be found on Masarykovo namesti 1.
April - September
Monday - Saturday: 09:00 - 18:00
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