Pension Regina

Rest in Větřní near Český Krumlov

A few minutes from the pension

Cesky Krumlov


The most important monument near the guesthouse is Český Krumlov, only 4 km away, the second largest castle and chateau complex in the Czech Republic, listed by UNESCO. The state castle and chateau dating back to the 14th century is one of the most important monuments in Central Europe.

Outdoor and indoor

Swimming pool


A natural swimming pool, a sauna and an indoor pool equipped with a unique desalination technology that has beneficial effects are just a 10-minute walk away.

A bit not only from history



One of the oldest castles in South Bohemia, built by the Vítkov family in the middle of the 13th century. Look for this beautiful castle on a high rock in a wooded valley. Rožmberk Castle dominates the surroundings above the winding bed of the Vltava River at an altitude of 540 metres.

More swimming in the dam

Lake Lipno


It is 20 km away, it is the largest body of water in the Czech Republic and is called the South Bohemian Sea. You can spend pleasant moments in the Marina-Lipno aquapark or in the wellness centre in Frymburk.

National cultural monument

Golden Crown Monastery


The Cistercian monastery was built in the Vltava valley in the 13th century by Přemysl Otakar II. Today, the Golden Crown is a national cultural monument. In addition to the beautiful monastery, the paradise courtyard surrounded by a cloister is definitely worth a visit.

Šumava foothills

Lookout tower at Kleti


Klet' is the highest mountain of the Blanský Forest, which is part of the Šumava foothills. It lies 6km from Český Krumlov and you can reach it on foot, by bike or by cable car. On the top is the oldest stone lookout tower in Bohemia.

National cultural monument

Ceske Budejovice


​Ceské Budejovice is a frequent tourist destination for its many valuable historical monuments, including Přemysl Otakar II Square, the Baroque Samson Fountain and the Black Tower.

More swimming in the dam

Hluboka nad Vltavou


The dazzling fairy-tale castle towers over the Vltava River, near České Budějovice. Near the castle there is also a zoo, which will be appreciated especially by children.

National cultural monument



​The South Bohemian village of Holašovice, which has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1998, is the best preserved example of South Bohemian architecture from the second half of the 19th century, which is called Peasant Baroque.