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Metropolises of East Bohemia will continue in cooperation and development of Hradec Králové - Pardubice area

22.04.2015 Councilors of both regional seats in eastern Bohemia had their first joint working meeting in the new electoral term. Mayor of Pardubice Martin...

 
Josef Krofta

Representative Josef Krofta has died

19.03.2015 Professor Josef Krofta, city representative, former Deputy Mayor for Culture and Tourism, the world-renowned theater director and university...

 
Map

Map of barrier free Hradec is constantly updated, it can be improved also by citizens

24.02.2015 People in wheelchair, blind and other public help the city continuously improve and update the map of barrier free Hradec, which is used not only...

 
Planetarium

From Hradec Králové to space station ISS? It is not impossible

22.01.2015 Just two years took demanding construction of the new planetarium building, which opens to the public on January 23rd. The project costs 111.5...

 

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Walking routes

Walking Routes through the City of Hradec Králové

If you want to visit the most beautiful spots in Hradec Králové and get to know some of its history, just set out on one of the four walking...

 
Elbe river

The Cycle of Hradec Kralove enbankments

Come and look around the beautiful hand-crafted products for sale, taste regional food and see the creative workshops for children. You have a...

 
Regina

Hradec Králové - Calendarium Regina

The city of Hradec Králové chooses for Calendaria Regina prestigious and unique events, often of national or even international importance. It...

 
Teritorial plan

New territorial plan counts on public opinion

The new territorial plan of the city will be dealing with utilization of urban area, its development, location of buildings, system of traffic and...

 
 

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Jirásek's Gardens

Jiraseks garden The gardens are situated on a triangular area bounded by the confluence of the Elbe and Orlice rivers. You will find there a number of rare tree species, the remains of the military fortification and St. Nicolas wooden Church from the beginning of the16th century.

Opening hours: Apr–Sep: 6 AM–9 PM, Oct–Mar: 6 AM–4 PM