Northewestern Bohemia is full of diversities and contrasts where filmmakers can discover unique landscapes suitable for almost any cinematic story.
It offers the romantic background of virgin nature in the Bohemian Switzerland National Park, the enchanting landscape of extinct volcanoes in the Central Bohemian Uplands, the raw beauty of the Ore Mountains, rolling landscape surrounding the Eger River in the Lower Poohří, the canyon of the longest Czech River – the Elbe as well as bizarre and unique locations such as the coal mines characterised by their lunar landscape in the foothills of the Ore Mountains. The region has an abundance of historical sites - castles, vernacular architecture, industrial architecture and a well-preserved network of historic towns in the Lower Poohří which stand in contrast to socially excluded locations, decaying brownfields and vast prefabricated housing estates including the unique town of Most, the only town in Europe to be completely rebuilt on a greenfield site (more on www.branadocech.cz).
Central Bohemian Uplands:
And now something else to picture rich variety of location options….Do you want to film a war scenes? There is no better location than Lenešice compound:
Or to film motosport on Most circuit or polygon?
There are many more fantastic filming locations in this region for very reasonable price only about an hour from Prague!
If you are interested, let me know. I am happy to scout more for you or even to arrange a footage according to your instructions and artistic or documentary purposes with a pro crew.
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