Czech Republic

Welcome to Czech Republic

Welocme to the Czech Republic Czech Republic is divided into two geographic and cultural sections, Bohemia and Moravia. Bohemian spa towns and laid-back Moravian wine villages seem to be in a time warp, welcoming visitors as though they are living museums of a refined and relaxed rural lifestyle. There are more than 100 castles dotted around the countryside, ranging from fortresses to chateaux, all open to the public.


PraguePrague – the Czech Capital.
Prague, westernised and cosmopolitan, is a beautiful city of spires and a visual feast of medieval, baroque and art nouveau architecture. The Czech Republic's capital and international showpiece, Prague is one of the most popular destinations in Eastern Europe. Its attraction lies in the physical beauty of the city with 600 years of architecture amazingly untouched by war. The centre has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site and it demands to be explored on foot, an entire outdoor museum of history and a haphazard mixture of splendid architecture.

Ceský KrumlovCeský Krumlov
This small medieval town in Southern Bohemia is one of the most picturesque in the country, nestled in the S-bend of the River Vltava and dominated by the fairytale Chateau on the ridge overlooking the town. Ceský Krumlov has remained unchanged in appearance since the 18th century and it is a delight to wander through the traffic-free old town with its cobbled lanes, red-tiled roofs and colourful houses providing many photo opportunities. The Castle on the hill, influenced by the Italian Renaissance style, has fine views of the town setting with covered walkways, courtyards and terraced gardens where theatre and music productions are held.

PilsenPilsen - This small town in Bohemia claims to be the birthplace of beer, with a tradition going back centuries. The town was founded in 1295 and granted coveted brewing rights, spawning more than 200 microbreweries that developed the famous Pilsner brewing methods that create some of the best beer in the world even today. The Pilsner Urquell Brewery offers tours, and is still Pilsen's main attraction. Aside from its beer visitors will enjoy exploring a variety of museums dedicated to everything from ethnography and history to ghosts and puppets. The town itself is pleasant to walk through and has some beautiful buildings to see, including the 16th-century Town Hall, the Cathedral of St Bartholomew, and the Great Synagogue.

Map of Czech Republic

Map of Czech Republic

1Prague City Stay Packages
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2Czech Republic Day Touring
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