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Traditional region

Kozácko Region

Kozácko, also called Táborsko, is the smallest traditional South Bohemia region, which excels with its traditional customs. Among the unique, and till these days maintained customs belongs „obcházení lucek“ (the perambulation of Lucy), that is connected with the 13th December, the name day of Lucie.

Let yourself be caught in the magical atmosphere of this tradition from Kozácko Region.
You can really savour the region thanks to local culinary specialities, traditional methods and ingredients. Let your senses flow in the unmistakeable fragrance and taste of local cuisine and enjoy.

Táborská bašta (grub)

Typical dish of restaurants and pubs in Táborsko Region. It's a combination of two types of dumplings, two types of meat, red pepper sausage and sauerkraut.

Jihočeská kulajda (South bohemian Kulajda)

Cream soup with potatoes, dill and boiled egg.

Bramborové lupínky (Bohemia Chips)

Their manufacturing started in 1982 thanks to cooperation of the national concern Zelenina and the agriculture co-operative Zeus in the south bohemian Choustník. A product of western style immediately became a premium hit. Nowadays there has been processed up to 60 000 potatoes a year in the factory in Choustník. Four kinds of chips are manufactured there.

Plánský perník (Gingerbread)

Production of traditional gingerbread in accordance with original prescriptions, preservatives free.

Map of Czech traditions