Other historic cities of the Czech Republic are the university town of Brno, the country’s second largest city and capital of Moravia, the university town and diocese of Plzeň, fourth largest city of the Czech Republic situated in the west of Bohemia, known for the Pilsener beer and the Škoda Works, the university town of Budweis (České Budějovice), biggest city in south Bohemia, worldwide known for Budweiser beer and Český Krumlov, city in south Bohemia, city centre is Unesco World Heritage Site.
Tourism, especially in the Giant Mountains, is one of the biggest and most important industries in the Czech Republic. Špindlerův Mlýn is a very well known tourism centre: in winter locals as well as tourists from Poland, Germany and the Netherlands enjoy perfect slopes, the big and clear net of cross-country tracks and ski trails. Summer tourists love the great variety of hiking trails and moutainbiking routes. Other well-known winter sports centres include Harrachov (downhill skiing, cross-country trails, ski jumps and ski flying hill) and the north Bohemian Liberec, host of the 47th Nordic World Ski Championships in 2009.