In addition to vouchers for accommodation, Bohemian Switzerland is supported by a charitable auction

In addition to vouchers for accommodation, Bohemian Switzerland is supported by a charitable auction

It is happening today

HomeIn addition to vouchers for accommodation, Bohemian Switzerland is supported by a charitable auction
Today, Thursday November 3, 2022, from 6:00 p.m., a charitable auction of prints on canvas will take place in aid for Bohemian Switzerland. 12 photographs donated by the authors to support the region are going to be sold.
The auction is already running online, in the evening a hall auction will be held in the Stone Hall of Rezidence Ostrovní 8 in Prague 1. The proceeds will become part of the transparent collection "Help to Municipalities and Residents". Details are available at https://www.kudyznudy.cz/akce/dobrocinna-aukce-na-pomoc-ceskemu-svycarsku and also at https://www.ceskesvycarsko.cz/cs/aukce.
 
Besides that:
  • To support the return of tourists to Bohemian Switzerland, vouchers for free accommodation and transport have been running since November 1 this year - details can be found here.
  • Bohemian Switzerland is also being helped by a unique campaign - details can be found here.
  • A complete summary is in the report on social networks where, among other things,
    • Jan Šmíd, Director of Destination Agency Bohemian Switzerland says: "It's because of restart of tourism after the fire and, of course, to support the off-season. As for accommodation vouchers, a maximum of CZK 300 per person per night will be allocated. The guest will have to stay in Bohemian Switzerland for two nights, a maximum of seven, and will receive a discount of a maximum of 300 crowns, which will be charged by the accommodation provider through the destination agency."
    • Jan Herget, Director of the Czech Tourism Authority - CzechTourism: "Together with big companies from the tourist industry and Bohemian Switzerland, we are planning long-term restoration projects, in which we would offer larger companies an opportunity to take charge of the projects and thus help Bohemian Switzerland not only in the short term, but to connect with the park even in the long term."
 
A fire started in National Park Bohemian Switzerland this July. The most extensive fire in the history of Czechia covered more than a thousand hectares and was extinguished by a total of 6,000 firefighters for 20 days. Damage the fire caused in total exceeds a billion crowns.