The oldest written record of their existence dates back to the end of the 13th century, they became a town around 1340. At that time they belonged to the House of Lords of Pardubice, whose most important figure was Arnošt of Pardubice, the first Prague archbishop, advisor and friend of Emperor Charles IV. The beginning of the 20th century in Pardubice is mainly associated with Jan Kaspar, a pioneer of Czech aviation, who in 1911 made the first long-haul flight from Pardubice to Prague.
East Bohemian Region
třída Míru 60
Name and address:
Autokempink Konopáč, Konopac 37, Hermanuv Mestec