South Bohemia Region
•It borders to the west with the
Pilsen Region, in the north with the
Central Region, the Northeast
region of the Highlands, the East
has a short border with the South
•South Bohemian Region located in
•The total population
•South Bohemia is the 7th
region with the largest
•Cities over 10,000 Population:
•České Budějovice: 93 620
•Tábor: 35 096
•Písek: 29 729
•Strakonice: 23 027
•Jindřichův Hradec: 21 853
•Český Krumlov: 13 348
•Prachatice: 11 332
Economy: minerals and Industry
•Region is very rich in mineral
resources. Mined here
gravel, building block, brick clay
and a few limestone.
•Important natural resources of forests , which
occupy more than a third of the region.
Therefore worked for the South region of great
importance forestry and timber industry
•The region is
and north-south rail
corridor from Prague
to Austria ;
leads from the Czech
•Given the vein of quartz and
quartz sand here was also the glass
industry . Another important
industries were fishing and
•Building industry was linked to
local traditions , especially in the
development of wood processing
and the food industry.
•Industrial production is concentrated mainly in the
urban area and the Tábor and Strakonice . The
prevailing manufacturing ( manufacture of transport
equipment , machinery , and electrical equipment ,
food and beverages , textiles and clothing ) .
•South Bohemia Region has the second highest
Highlands share of employment in agriculture.
Agricultural Region of South Bohemia in crop
production focuses on the cultivation of
cereals, oilseeds ( rapeseed ) , potatoes and fruit
(cherries , apples , currants, plums).
•Most here rearing cattle , poultry and pigs.
Has a long tradition in the South Bohemian
Region of fish farming. Fish farming in about
25,000 hectares of water area represents half
of the production throughout the Czech
Republic . Significant production of wood
, especially pine , but pine , which is the
Trebon region .
•South Bohemia is a traditional tourist destination. For
centuries, a place where visitors are quiet, preserved
nature and valuable cultural and historical wealth.
Support for the development of tourism is therefore
one of the priorities of the South Bohemian Region.
•South Bohemia is a popular place of harmony :
modern infrastructure sensitively complements the
rich cultural and historical heritage , the emphasis on
quality service is a guarantee of a relaxing , active
, sightseeing or relaxing holiday
•Strict environmental protection , sensitive restoration and maintenance
of historic sites , prudent development of infrastructure and ensure the
safety of visitors in South Bohemia are prerequisites for sustainable
development sought after tourist region .