The Srbsko Municipality lies on both banks of the Berounka River, in a hollow basin, formed by limestone rocks. About 1 km from Srbsko the Kačák Brook joins the Berounka River. The Bubovický Brook, flows into the Berounka River directly in the village. It forms wonderful waterfalls at the bottom of the Doutnáč Hill. The Kodský Brook, which flows through a wilde gulch, where the tramp colony "Údolí děsu" is located, enters into the river from the other side, as does the brook in the Císařská Gulch, which creates beautiful travertine lakes there. In the limestone layers of the Srbsko surroundings there are many caverns. The biggest of them is the Barrandov Cavern, which is 120 meters long and 45 meters deep. The wonderful nature, many interesting places in the surroundings together with a direct train connection (there is a train to Prague every half an hour) make the village a renowned tourist destination.

Historic landmarks
the Karlštejn Castle the Hořovice Castle the Castles Točník and Žebrák the Křivoklát Castle the Zbiroh Castle

Nature places of interest
 the limestone quarry called the Great and Small America Koněpruské Caverns

For our smallest guests
Aquapark Beroun the Bear facility in Beroun summer swimming pool with toboggans in Hořovice

Sports activities
Golf resort Karlštejn in Beroun golf resort Tennis courts Karlštejn Football pitch directly in the village Horse riding Boat trips on the Berounka river