Northwest of the Czech Republic is the city of Plzeň or Pilsen. A city with a population of over one hundred and sixty-five thousand inhabitants, and famous for its beer industry (Pilsener) that distributes its product to all countries in the world.
The city is surrounded by nature. Their West Bohemian forests or its various hot springs make the city an ideal place as a tourist destination. History and current affairs, are also intermingled in their day to day. If you decide to visit Plzeň you must know that a trip full of fun and relaxation awaits you, thanks in large part to its hot Springs.
In Plzeň you can also discover both a typical gothic city of the middle ages, like a contemporary city that emerged after European industrialization in the 18th century. Among all the places that you can discover in this city, below we detail the ones that may be the most interesting.
The church of San BartoloméFor example, it is one of the places you should not miss. This church is the oldest in the city since it was built in 1292, and its tower measures approximately one hundred meters. The underground of the city It is also somewhat striking, since together with the Jihlava and Znojmo subsoils it is the largest in the entire Czech Republic. This network of three-storey basements began to be built in the Middle Ages. They also highlight the imposing and majestic town hall, its bourgeois houses, the bishopric building, its synagogue (the third largest in the world), some of its stone portals or its parks and gardens that surround its already destroyed medieval walls.
WHAT TO DO IN PILSEN, CZECH REPUBLIC (October 2021)