During the early morning hours fallow deer and wild boar can be traced. Czech Republic became a mecca for hunters after the fall of communism.Modest prices, rich hunting traditions and friendly people have made Czech Republic a popular destination for many hunters.Hunting has always been strong in Czech Republic and dates back in writing to the heyday of Charles IV.Deer and wild boars are bred and then hunted over more than five centuries.Here you will enjoy specialties dating back to the old Czech hunting traditions with classic meals like goulash and Svíčková.Visit Southern Bohemia and the castle Ohrada at Hluboka nad Vltavou if you like historical hunting habits- and traditions, falconry and wildlife.Forest Enterprise Konopiště have different types of hunting grounds, both for pheasants, deer, mouflon, wild boar and fallow deer.The hunting day ends with a festive meal at the restaurant Stará Myslivna, which only serves game dishes.
It is a part of the Ministry of Finance and is headed by a Director General.
After that you can apply for a temporary Czech hunting license.
At the exit from Sweden, a firearms declaration form must be filled in.
In addition, new species are introduced such as the fallow deer, sika deer and mouflon to increase the country's biodiversity.
To hunt in Czech Republic you need a valid hunting license from your home country.