爱生活ČESKÉ BUDĚJOVICE is located in the center of the South Czech Basin, where the Vltava and Marche rivers converge. As the capital of the Czech South Bohemian Region, it has a population of about 100,000. In 1265, the then King of Bohemia, Přemysl Otakar II, ordered the construction of this charming small medieval town. It is the hometown of Budweiser Beer and a well-known beer town all over the world. "Budweiser" is the transliteration of Budweis in German. Budweis is a bit convoluted. The Chinese prefer to call him Budweis. Budejovice is a charming and peaceful medieval old town, filled with wonderful Baroque architecture. The town is not big, and more than 2 hours in the early morning is enough for you to stroll to every corner of this small town leisurely. There is no crowded people, no noisy hustle and bustle, but quiet. No skyscrapers can be seen here. Small groups of 4 to 6 floors are connected in rows around the square. The buildings are connected by the 18th century promenade. They maintain the original Baroque and Renaissance styles intact. It is coordinated and painted with rich colors, changeable and elegant, and strolling through it seems to be visiting an architectural exhibition. Like the pattern of other ancient towns in Europe, the center of the town is the square-Přemysl Otakar II Square. The square was planned in 1265. Nowadays, the square of 133m×137m square is Czech Republic The largest square is also one of the most beautiful squares. The square is surrounded by Baroque, Gothic, Renaissance and other different styles and colorful buildings. In the old days of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, the square was renamed Kaiser Franz Joseph’s Square and Masalik Square. During World War II, it was changed to Adolf Hitler’s Square...The original name was restored after the drastic changes in the early 1990s. .