The small village Ražice is an important South Bohemian railway junction. It lies about 8 km south-west of the town Písek, 386 m a.s.l.

Some folk houses, which were built or reconstructed in the style of the so-called rural South Bohemian Baroque in the first half of the 19th century, can be seen in the village. In the surroundings there is an archaeological finding place from the Middle Stone Age (10,000 - 4,000 B.C.)

The instructional trail Po Stopách Permoníků ze Zlaté hory ("Along the Tracks of Elfs from the Golden Mountain") leads through the village and its surroundings.
The nature reserve Řežabinec on the pond of the same name lies not far from Ražice.