The Bohemian town of Tábor ranks among the Czech Republic’s prettiest. The town square, better known as Zizka Square, is its most photogenic spot – although the entirety of Tábor is easily walkable. Once the first stronghold of the Hussites, today it’s a key stop on the Routes of Reformation. There are several lighter museums as well as the superb Hussite Museum, among them one dedicated to beer and another to chocolate. Churches of note include Dean’s Church of Lord‘s Conversion on Mount Tábor and the Monastery Church at Klokoty, a fantastic Baroque complex on the outskirts of town.