The town of Týn nad Vltavou is a very interesting town especially due to its direct connection with the Vltava River. The first mention of the town dates back to 1229.
The most interesting part of the city is for tourists undoubtedly its center, where the square is located church. The former chateau houses a museum with a unique exhibition of moldavites (moldavite - a typical mineral for this area, especially green translucent colors similar to glass), an interactive exhibition on the development of the town and a collection of puppets (Matěj Kopecký is closely associated with the town). Under the square leads underground passage, near the square is a former fort with a revolving auditorium. The revolving auditorium is unique in Europe, as it is the only "revolution" where volunteers play. There is also a great interest in their performances as well as performances at the revolving auditorium in Český Krumlov. Among the modern forms of leisure we would recommend an escape room. A pleasant walk leads from the center to the observation tower Semenec and the natural history museum Semenec.
Not far from Týn nad Vltavou is the Mitrowicz Castle, a castle awarded in the Phoenix category as a reborn monument. This castle was well-deservedly appreciated and you can appreciate the reconstruction steps in Koloděje nad Lužnicí and the castle can be reached not only on the road but also on the river as part of the regular cruise. Nature lovers can head to the Jewish Ditch, a beautiful canyon valley where the local stream flows into the Lužnice River. Above Týn nad Vltavou there is also a technical monument and its visitors center of the Temelín Nuclear Power Plant. In addition to the interactive center, you will find a bird trail, a butterfly meadow, a pleasant park and local bees.
The town of Týn nad Vltavou has a pleasant access to water near the square, places for mooring and a wide river is often used for other sports activities such as paddleboarding, canoeing, etc.
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