Všeruby (Neumark) is a market town in the Domažlice District in the Plzeň Region of the Czech Republic. It has about 800 inhabitants.
Villages of Brůdek, Chalupy, Hájek, Hyršov, Kosteliště, Maxov, Pláně, Pomezí and Studánky are administrative parts of Všeruby.
Všeruby is located about south of Domažlice and southwest of Plzeň, on the border with Germany. It lies in the Cham-Furth Depression. The highest point is at above sea level. The Chamb River flows through the eastern part of the municipal territory and then forms a part of the Czech-German border. The Hájecký Brook (a tributary of the Chamb) originates here and supplies Všerubský Pond, which is a large pond in the centre of Všeruby.
The first written mention of Všeruby is from 1570, when it was promoted to a market town. It was then a part of the Rýzmberk estate, owned by Lords of Gutštejn. The owners of Všeruby often changed and included various less promine