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The town of Trutnov (a former Royal Dowry town) is an attractive excursion destination. The historic city centre is a National Heritage Site with many interesting buildings of artistic, cultural, and religious significance. Due to its location in the picturesque valley of the mountain river Úpa, the vicinity offers many countryside attractions of natural beauty and sites of importance to military history. However, Trutnov is also a city of sport and recreation. 

The area is named after the fierce battle in the Prussian-Austrian war that took place here on June...
NOTICE ON LIMITED OPENING HOURS IN 2022 In 2022, the fortress is open only in the period from 2nd of...
The Dolce lakeside resort not far from Trutnov is a wonderful place! It is possible to relax on the...
The Dragon Gallery is a unique gallery dedicated to the creature which appeared in the legend...
The historical town centre has been proclaimed a National Heritage Site since 1990. Its historical...
The Chapel of St. John the Baptist was built on the initiative of Jan Mořic Dreyschock on Janský...
In 1875, a new town cemetery was built in the Upper Suburbs. The dominant feature of the newly...
The neo-Gothic church was built in 1900 by the Trutnov builder Karel Rieger according to the plan of the architect Steinhofer from Vienna.
The church of the Nativity of the Virgin Mary is unmistakably a landmark of the town. The classicist...
Until 1605, there was only a wooden fountain in the local square. Subsequently, a new fountain was...
Trutnov City Gallery was officially founded on January 1, 1997. House No. 38 was chosen for these...
Trutnov’s first city walls were probably built at the turn of the 13th and 14th centuries. They were...
The Podkrkonoší Museum is located in the town centre, in Školní Street, next to the Church of the...
A 20 m high monument in the shape of an obelisk can be found on the top of the Šibeník hill. It...
Uffo Horn was a Trutnov poet, playwright and revolutionary. In 1889, the city had a monument built...
Trutnov’s representative Jewish synagogue which currently would have been one of the city's...
The mythological origins of Trutnov are inseparably linked with the figure of a dragon. According to...
The city park, founded in 1890 on the slopes of the Janský and Šibeník Hills, is a magical place for...
The Baroque sculpture of St. Jan Nepomucký martyrdom from 1728 is one of the few preserved...
Since the end of 2010, the new Social and Cultural Centre of Trutnov Region has been serving locals...
Trutnov has had its own town hall since the end of the 16th century. However, in 1861 like most of...
A small private museum with a large weaving and art workshop in the „House under the Ash Tree“ in...