Chateau Mcely – gastronomic experiences at the chateau Indulge yourself in the luxury of a five-star environmentally-friendly wellness hotel not far from Prague, in the first and only place of its type in the Czech Republic. The quality and professionalism of the hotel services will meet the requirements of even the most exacting of clients.Accommodation […]

Our goal is to produce wagons with the best technical parameters that will meet individual customer requirements. It is almost useless to talk about the fact that NYMWAG wagons are always of the highest quality, we take this as standard. We simply KNOW . We focus on the production of container and tank trucks. We use our own bogies for […]

The Bohemian Massif is in the geology of Central Europe a large massif stretching over central Czech Republic, eastern Germany, southern Poland and northern Austria. It is surrounded by four ranges: the Ore Mountains (Krušné hory, or Erzgebirge) in the northwest, the Sudetes (for example Krkonoše, Hrubý Jeseník) in the northeast, the Bohemian-Moravian Highlands (Českomoravská […]

Botanicus historical craft village in Ostrá: a window on the Middle Ages Inside the gates of this historical village you can set off on a guided or independent tour to learn about crafts and the way of life in the Middle Ages. Visit historical homesteads and become acquainted with traditional crafts.You will learn about the […]

We are a smaller medical facility and provide health care in the outpatient and inpatient sectors in internal medicine , one-day surgery , follow-up intensive and  long-term intensive nursing care and  follow-up care. The aftercare department is intended for patients for additional treatment after acute conditions, part of the beds is reserved for residential and relief social services. In addition, we provide care in fourteen outpatient clinics and […]

The construction of the Nymburk hospital was completed in 1881 and on December 14 it was granted the status of a public general institute by the relevant Czech ministry. On January 31, 1882, the hospital was consecrated and named “District Hospital of Crown Prince Rudolf in Nymburk” and the operation was ceremoniously opened the following […]

Nymburk is a town in the Central Bohemian Region of the Czech Republic, located 45 km (28 mi) east of Prague on the Elbe River. It has about 15,000 inhabitants. History The town was founded in around 1275 by the Bohemian king Přemysl Otakar II. The king settled here the Dominican Order and invited here among Czech settlers also German and Dutch colonists. The Czech language prevailed in the 15th century after […]