Duhové Lake is located in Platěnice about 15 km east of Pardubice.
The protected area of natural monument Přesyp u Malolánského (Duna in malolánské) is located along a forest path near the village of Malolánské, to the west of the town of Dašice. The protected area covers 2,65 hectares of a sand dune.
The nature reserve of 7 hectares was established in 1982 and is located near the village of Rokytno, at the tip of the crossroad to the villages of Býšť and Chvojenec.
The 50th parallel runs through the village of Moravany, which lies about 15 km to the east from Pardubice.
The exhibition of car-toy models which attracts both children and adults was opened in 2014 in the village of Rokytno. Visitors can see up to five thousand cars from the 30s to 80s of the last century.
The Great Aqueduct was built in 1892 and is located one kilometer to the north from the Little Aqueduct. The best way is along the Loučná River.
The Little Aqueduct was built in 1898. It is located 1 kilometer to the south from the Great Aqueduct.
The town of Dašice lies about 10 km east of Pardubice on both banks of the Loučná River. The dominant feature of the town is the T. G. Masaryk Square.
The belfry dates back to the 16th century and is one of the largest belfry in Bohemia.
Vesecký hill, situated on a half kilometer long sand dune near the village Veská near the town of Sezemice, was declared a natural monument in 2012.