Krkonose Soup Recipes
This is a typical soup in the Krkonose Mountains and the adjacent regions. It is made of bread yeast and served at almost all restaurants in the Krkonose region of the Czech Republic.
Honey Festival Events
Traditional folk fair with cultural - entertaining program for children and adults. Colorful falling leaves, the smell of sweet honey and mead, a show of traditional arts and crafts.
Litomerice Vintage Festival Events
“Vintage” is the grape harvest festival held annually each autumn. It is celebrated throughout the more important Czech cities whose wine experience dates far back. Litoměřice’s “Vintage” is the largest celebration of wine in northern Bohemia and is accompanied by an intense cultural program with a procession of knights, medieval music and, of course, tasting of the wines produced across the entire region.
Vsestarská Cibule Products
The unique nature of ‘Všestarská cibule’ derives from the balance of their nutritional parameters, its high level of iron, the very high level of vitamin B3 (niacin) and the absence or low levels of harmful substances. It grows in the Hradec Králové region of the Czech Republic, where the soils meet the best conditions for growing onions.
Winter Carnival will be celebrated in many Czech villages with lots of masked parades and dancing. There is one region that is especially worth a visit towards the end of carnival, when Masopust takes place; a traditional festivity that widely celebrates food. Since 2010, the annually celebrated Masopust, which takes place in Hlinecko, has been placed on the UNESCO list of world heritage sights and traditions.
Litomerice Wine Route Routes
Litoměřice Wine Route is a 20 kilometers long circular route that introduces visitors to one of the most popular wine regions in Bohemia. The Litoměřice Wine Route offers an enjoyable experience for wine lovers, moving through the history, traditions and customs of this historical wine growing area. It also provides a magical trip that takes visitors to the Czech Gate (or Porta Bohemica), popularly called “a Czech Garden”.