The Hradec Králové Region lies in the northern part of the Czech Republic, at the border with Poland. It is a region with a diverse landscape, covering the western part of the Karkonosze, Table Mountains, Orlickie and Złote. There is the only safari zoo in the Czech Republic, as well as many military monuments.
The northern part of the region is mountainous. The most spectacular are the Czech Table Mountains stretching between Broumov and Trutnov. There are Rock Cities, Teplice and Adrspasskie popular with tourists.
In the neighboring Orlické Mountains you can learn about the military history of Czchoslovakia from the interwar period. Several bunkers, shelters and defensive positions from the 1930s were made available, which were built as a defense line against Germany. In the nearby Jaromierz you can see one of the largest fortresses in Central Europe of the 18th century, Josefov.
In addition to the country's capital, the city of Hradec Kralove, other centers are also noteworthy. The most important are Nachod, Jiczyn, Nowe Miasto nad Metową and Opocno. The city of Dwur Kralove is happy to be visited by the Zoo Safari families, while in Nachoda and Broumov there are historic breweries open to visitors.