A small town on the Otava River near the Orlík Dam is an attractive tourist destination, with the oldest stone bridge in Bohemia - even older than the Charles Bridge in Prague. A royal castle was situated between the square and the river. It had an arcade gallery around the perimeter of the square courtyard. Together with the royal castle, a unique set of monumental early-Gothic buildings was built in Písek in the 50s and 60s of the 13th century. Parish Church of the Nativity of the Virgin Mary, Dominican monastery, fortification system including entrance gates and stone bridge. One of the most important preserved monuments and landmarks of the town of Písek is the Stone Bridge over the Otava River. It was the second oldest stone bridge of that time in Bohemia after the Judith Bridge (no longer existing) in Prague.
Tábořiště Stašov, Stašov , Dobev