Vysoké Mýto

Vysoké Mýto is a town in the Pardubice Region, Czech Republic.

Founded in 1262 by the Bohemian king,Přemysl Otakar II, it is situated near its original location, called Vraclav.

In 1307, the Czech king Rudolf of Habsburg makes from Vysoké Mýto dowry town of Czech queens.For his wife Elizabeth Rejčka chose five cities, which should contribute to the life of queens and after the death of their men, they provide jointure

Vysoké Mýto is a centre of tourism, due to its architectural monuments and the nature that surrounds it. Industrial companies in the city include an Iveco bus factory (brand name Karosa). The town square is exceptionally beautiful and it is one of the largest examples of its type in Bohemia.