The Czech Republic is comprised of three historical regions: Bohemia, Moravia, a part of Silesia and is divided into several districts.
Czechs like to think of their country as “the bridge between East and West”. It is geographically located in the centre of Europe and borders four other countries: Poland to the north, Germany to the north and west, Austria to the south, and Slovakia to the east.
The second European IMRG meeting will take place in the South Bohemia.
A landscape of forests and fish-ponds with beautiful countryside, fairytale châteaux and rural farms.
Whether you decide to spend time riding, sightseeing or relaxing, the countryside here offers endless possibilities for visiting places of natural beauty, but also has lots of historical monuments and great conditions for riding on beautiful roads.
Elegant townhouses gathered around one of the largest squares in Europe.
České Budějovice (in English Budweis,) is a city with more 750 years of tradition, a lot of impressive historical sites and fascinating nature around. It is a place from where you will take plenty of unforgettable memories (absolutely no doubt about it). The city is located at junction of Vltava river and Malše river. It has more than 94 thousand of inhabitants, several museums, total of 8 breweries where Samson and Budweiser Budvar reach worldwide prestige.
On the other hand, it is home of the South bohemian university and south bohemian episcopate’s bishop domicile. Due to its location near known and valued UNESCO heritage places like Hluboká nad Vltavou (no, our dear US friends, we will really not sell this chateau to you), Český Krumlov, Zlatá Koruna, Vyšší Brod, Třeboň… this town is often visited by tourists from all over the world. The historic city centre is since 19.3.1980 protected preserve.
Exhibition area. Rich history and tradition for the last 57 years.
Half of a century ago there was only a underflooding green field where time to time Vltava river has overflown. With some imagination also a perfect place for a brand new exhibition area not far from the historic city centre of České Budějovice. Sufficiency of free area was the last argument. In March 1960 the building was started and during following years the wetland became the centre of exhibitions in South bohemian region.
The area is set as forest park with open exhibition space and 27 exhibition pavilions built around asphalt roads around central axe. The area itself is all the year around full of green vegetation, nice roads and hard surface places. So, it is very suitable for exhibitions, drinking beer, parking Indian motorcycles, burn outs, enjoying of live music, pole dance and other popular activities. From the historic city centre the Exhibition are is just 1.5 km or 16 walking minutes away.