South Bohemian region is an important touristic and recreational place. It has the second place in accommodation capacity after Prague (47 929 beds) and it is the 4th most visited region in Bohemia.
In South Bohemia there are many historically valuable monuments and comprehensive urban reservations. The centre of Český Krumlov was even labelled as an UNESCO World Heritage.
South Bohemia is also famous for its lakes and picturesque villages with typical brick houses of vernacular architecture – the so-called peasant Baroque. Holašovice village reservation is also in UNESCO World Heritage.