The municipality of Hrádek is located between the towns of Klatovy and Sušice in the foothills of Šumava Mountains. However, it is nearer to Sušice, just over the hill. You can go to Hrádek by car, bus or bike, on the road or you can go by train using the local track No. 185, which goes from the station Horažďovice - Předměstí (Suburbs) to the station Domažlice. The village landmark is an old chateau renovated by a private owner and turned into the catering and accommodating facility. Various exercise or wellness activities take place here and also visitors who are interested in history can find something interesting here. They can visit František Pravda's Museum, the Art gallery Hrádek, the chateau chapel or some ancient churches nearby. Children can enjoy local playgrounds in the village as well as in the chateau area. To make your visit more varied you can visit ponds, Ostružná river or forests nearby. You shouldn't miss visiting the villages which are part of the municipality of Hrádek (Čejkovy, Čermná, Kašovice, Odolenov,Tedražice and Zbynice). There you can find a lot of places of interest worth a visit, too. If you want to have an aerial view of the landscape, make sure you climb the look-out tower Svatobor.

In the surrounding area of Hrádek you can find four public footpaths in total distance of 13,1 km. That are signed with coloured directional signs and there are information boards containing details about local places of interest. On your trip you can relax on the wooden benches or in roofed rest areas.

The first written mention of the village of Hrádek dates from 1298.
Renaissance pearl Pošumaví. The castle is currently dedicated to cold weapons and armor and the phenomenon of historical swordsmanship.
Mountain hut on top of Mount Svatobor in Šumava, built in 1895. Lookout tower with a wonderful view.
The castle stands on the site of a former castle from the 14th century.
Memorial plaque to František Pravda in Hrádek on the building of the former school, today the post office.
The Hrádeck linden is a memorial tree near the village of Hrádek, growing north of Sušice
The ruins of a Gothic fortress founded probably in the first half of the 14th century and abandoned in the 16th century.
Chapel of Our Lady of Help at the children's camp in Odolenov.
Above the settlement of Odolenov, on the left side when traveling to Svatobor, an interesting location covered with junipers will appear.
Statue of St. Jan Nepomucký on the road from Hrádek to Sušice.
The nature reserve is located in the valley below the village of Zbynice in Sušick..
The information center in Kolinc is located in the library building above the church.
The cemetery was allegedly founded in the first half of the 14th century.
In 1721, a baroque castle was built on the site of the former fortress, which is followed by a newly renovated classicist wing, which today serves as a guest house.
The most interesting tree in the park is the pinnate oak (Quercus robur v. filicifolia).
Mlázovy Castle is celebrating its 300th anniversary, on that occasion a new exhibition on the history of the castle was opened and the restored Baroque black kitchen was made available.
The original settlement of Kolinec, sandwiched between the hills of Rovina (722 m) and Vidhošť (795 m), was founded by gold miners.
It offers year-round accommodation in romantic apartments
The brewery was opened in autumn 2014.