Jaroměř, a dowry town of Czech Queens, also called a town of gardens and
parks, is a historical settlement at the confluence of three rivers -
Labe, Úpa and Metuje. The town centre is dominated by the Gothic
Cathedral of St. Nicolas. Other points of interest in Jaroměř include
the Railway Museum and Wenke’s department store (today it seats a museum
Josefov Fortress Town (today a district of Jaroměř) was built in the 18th
century according to plans of French military architects, and it is a
supreme work of European urbanism and fortification art. Its underground
passages are the greatest tourist attraction.
Kuks – a Baroque spa and hospital
complex with the Church of the Holy Trinity; Smiřice – a chateau Church
of the Epiphany; the Velichovky spa.