The south Bohemian neo-gothic stately home of Hluboká nad Vltavou has won a competition organised by the state tourist agency CzechTourism for the best attraction in the country. The castle scored over other sites in the agency’s competition thanks to the fact that it is open and offers attractions throughout the year. Second placed was the Dvůř Králové nad Labem zoo with the Křivoklát castle third.
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