Tourist tips – Rodinná zábava

Baroque White Unicorn´s Apothecary It has been one the most preserved apothecaries with a Baroque interior in the whole Europe.
The Black Tower in the south west corner of the square is visible from far away and it is the landmark of the town.
"The Divine Flower" named by Swedish botanist K. Linne, enthusiasts from Klatovy began to grow after the Napoleonic wars.
The former church is currently used for exhibiting modern art during summer season while the cloister building has served as a day hospital for disabled fellow-citizens since 2007.
The Glass Pavilion in Klatovy, with its more than 500 exhibits, represents the largest European collection of the Lötz Glass Factory production accessible to the public.
Javorník (mountain 1066 m) – lookout tower
The Church, often labelled as the Baroque art gem of southwest Bohemia.
The official date of the arrival of Jesuits in Klatovy was 11 March 1636. First, they built a mission station in Klatovy, and later a dormitory, a church and a seminary.
Catacombs under Jesuit Church were created as a result of conversion work performed in the basements of original burghers´ houses that had stood there before the construction of the church.
This building in Art Nouveau style was erected in the years 1905 – 1907 as the municipal saving bank, according to a design by the architect R. Štěch from Pilsner.
They were silent witnesses of the economic expansion period, the most important one in this royal town´s history, brought about in the 16th century by hops cultivation and busy trade traffic along the way to Bavaria.
Gallery of contemporary art was founded after 1989 in a historic house in the square, where the Baroque apothecary is situated, too.
The building is now the seat of the municipal office.
Two belts of town walls made of stones were erected around Klatovy in order to protect the medieval town.
The so-called White Tower built in 1581, a belfry to the adjacent church, is situated next to it in quite an uncommon and solitary way.