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Prague, the national capital, is located 55 miles to the northeast of Sedlice.

If you head 8 miles away from Sedlice, you will stumble upon Strakonice. A visit here will allow you to go to Sumava National Park and Renner Park. A detour through Pisek is another great option. It is roughly 11 miles away and is where you can see Marian Column and Pisek Stone Bridge.

Around 25 miles to the east of Sedlice is Bechyne, a regional center which is home to Rainbow Bridge, Church of St. Matthew and the South Golf Club. The Alsova South Bohemian Gallery and Zamek Park are also worthwhile to experience.

Trying some traditional dishes or drinks is a satisfying way to discover a region's local traditions.

A wonderful meal relies upon the might of its components. In this region, you will find a lot of beef and cabbage.

Svíčková na smetanÄ› (beef in cream sauce) and moravsky vrabec (pork stew) are examples of popular menu items sure to leave travelers with the characteristic taste of the region.

Sample ovocne knedliky (fruit dumplings) for a culinary sensation noted in this area.

If you enjoy a quality brew, have a taste of Krusovice. It's widely available in South Bohemia.

Coffee is a popular non-alcoholic drink that you can enjoy morning or night.

To finish your dining experience like a local, order a little Tuzemak and kick back after a long day of exploring.

Try some Ryzlink rýnský (Rhine Riesling) and Frankovka (Blaufrankisch). These are a couple of the commonly consumed wine varieties in the area.

Long-time travelers understand that a good way to get the most out of a trip is to practise some relevant words and phrases in the native tongue. "Smím prosit?" translates to "Would you liketo dance with me?" in Czech. There's also "Jak se jmenuješ?", which means "What's your name?"

A trip to South Bohemia on the 28th of October offers you a first-hand account of Czech Founding Day.

When the time comes to wrap up your break, bid "Ahoj" to Sedlice and the friends you've made and begin planning to come back!

Sadly, vacations can't continue forever, so when it comes time to fly homeward, head to the nearest airport. It's 55 miles to the north of Sedlice.

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