The sports center

The sports center in Nymburk is one of the best equipped in the Czech Republic. The facility serves as a training ground for top Czech athletes and national teams, including Czech National Basketball Team. The Nymburk Sports Center gathers for all the training needs and requirements of those top professionals. You will have an access to a running trail, gym, an indoor and outdoor tennis courts, basketball field, 25-meters-long indoor swimming pool, sauna, jacuzzi, massage center, and a shop with professional sports equipment. The sport center is a perfect venue for sports camps of all sorts.


Basketball Camp Settings

Czech International Basketball Camp is located in the beautiful Bohemian town of Nymburk, Czech Republic. The town has a population of 15,000 citizens, and it is rich with historical monuments. It is situated 40 kilometers (25 miles) east of Prague, and just 8 kilometers (5 miles) north of the famous spa town Podebrady.

The Czech Republic is located in the heart of Europe, standing at the crossroads of civilisations. Thus, it offers countless cultural and historical venues worth visiting. A number of historical monuments and several Czech towns have been included on the World Heritage List.

The most popular tourist destination in the Czech Republic is doubtless its capital city, Prague. The city is considered to be one of the most beautiful European towns, with its historical center preserved in a virtually intact state. Many other towns and historical monuments in the Czech Republic are well-preserved, thus being eligible for inclusion in the UNESCO register of international cultural landmarks. The Czech Republic also has some world-famous spa towns with various healing mineral springs. For example, the spa towns of Karlovy Vary (Karlsbad) and Marianske Lazne (Marienbad) have been famous across Europe for centuries. One of the small Czech towns close to the German border, Jachymov, is even known as a site of unique radioactive springs. Another often visited town is Terezin. It is a fortress town build by the Austro-Hungarian emperor Franz Josef II, and during the Second World War, it was transformed into a Jewish ghetto by the Nazis.


pragueIn 1992, the historical centre of Prague, covering an area of 866 hectares, was listed in the UNESCO World Cultural and Natural Heritage Register. For centuries, Prague has been a venue for the most important events in the history of the nation, and it is also a cultural center of European importance. It enjoys the reputation of one of the most beautiful cities in the world, being paid a tribute by a number of outstanding individuals.

Selected Distances

  • Berlin - 282 km
  • Paris - 864 km
  • London - 1.030 km
  • New York - 6.561 km
  • Moscow - 1.665 km / 1.000 miles
  • Warsaw - 512 km
  • Budapest - 457 km
  • Istanbul - 1.504 km

Other interesting information about Prague


karlsteinThis Gothic castle founded in the 14th century by the Emperor Charles IV. was intended as a repository of imperial crown jewels and sacred remains. It was rebuilt in the Renaissance style, an later, at the turn of the 19th century, it was reconstructed again in the style of purism. It has interesting interiors in the Emperor's Palace and in the Marianska Tower, and it also attracts its visitors by its remarkable Well Tower. The St. Cross Chapel, however, is closed for the public.


konopisteOriginally, this early Gothic castle was built in the style of a French kastel, and later rebuilt in the Renaissance style. Even later, it was further rebuilt in the style of a baroque chateau. At the end of the 19th century, it was renovated in the romanticist style for the Archduke Franz Ferdinand d´Este. It has a rose garden, an extensive English-style park, it abounds with luxurious lounges and extensive collections of armory and other collectables. It has a well equipped library and an impressive chapel. The visitors may take a look into the private rooms of Franz Ferdinand d´Este, they may enjoy a gallery of paintings, or they may visit the Museum of Saint George.


podebradyA spa town very close to Nymburk. It enjoys a beautiful park and it has extensive cultivated forest surroundings. It has a total of 13 springs, which rise directly in the very central spa area of the town. The well-known Podebradka mineral water is tapped and bottled here.

Kutna Hora

khoraIn the Middle ages, the yield from the Kutna Hora silver mines provided for the wealth and prestige of the Czech royalty. Thanks to the mines, Kutna Hora has become one of the wealthiest towns in the Czech lands. At the turn of 14th and 15th century, the Silver Town became the residence of king Wenceslas IV.

The most important architectural monuments are the gothic church of St. Jacob (1330) and the cathedral of St. Barbara, a patron saint of miners (1388). Other jewels of Kutna Hora's architecture include the former mint - the Italian Courtyard - from the13th century, and a few nobles' palaces. In the building known as Hradek, forming a part of the town defences, you may visit a museum dedicated to the history of mining. The museum tour includes a visit of a medieval mine. Other places worth visiting are the former Latin school or the cloistered church in the Sedlec area which has a unique ossuary - the church interior is decorated solely with human bones.

Cultural events: Music festival Royal Silver in Kutna Hora or the Saint Wenceslas Days of Wine.

Kutna Hora lies 60 km east of Prague.

Cesky Raj

crajCesky Raj (the Czech Paradise is a literal translation) is a region perfect for romantic trips to the spectacular rock formations. As early as in 1870, it has been described as one of the most remarkable areas of the Czech Republic by the guests of Sedmihorky spa. The spa guests have long ago enjoyed the beautiful scenery formed by the magic of nature and by the people who live and have lived here.