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Official Travel Sites
Official travel information about Czech Republic, Prague, Carlsbad, Czech spas, tours around castles and chateaux, wide offer of active winter, summer holiday and congress tourism.
Czech Tourist Authority – CzechTourism
The official website of the Czech Republic from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Independent Travel Sites
Travel guide for Czech Republic. Accommodation, guided tours, outdoor activities, culture events, genealogy, photo album.
CzechSite Travel Guide
Directory listing travel, lodging, transportation services and general information about Prague and Czech Republic.
Czech Tourism and Travel Pages
Travel guide to the Czech Republic, hotels, apartments, information.
Czech Republic Travel Guide
The Czech Republic is dominated by Bohemian Massif in its central European which rises up to 3,000 feet above sea level. These mountains surround a large elevated basin called the Bohemian Plateu. Czech was formerly known as Bohemia. Czech’s summers are relatively cool, winters are cold, cloudy and humid. Although it is not a large country, it still full of rich and eventful history. For centuries they cultivated their land, creating works that still earns respect today. It is aged with hundreds of castles, monasteries and stately mansions. It also has a big collection of architectural treasure and beautiful forests with mountains to match.
Where to Go?
Prague Attractions – The City of Prague is situated at the heart of the Czech Republic. Beautiful sites are just around the corners and on every bridge in the Old Town and Castle District. It has been a political, cultural and economic centre of central Europe and have been a home to numerous famous cultural attraction which many survived the destruction of twentieth century. Prague boasts more than ten major museums ith its countless theatres, galleries, cinemas and more historical exhibits. The famous Charles University is also situated in the City. Prague was the sixth most visited city in Europe.
Kutna Hora, Strahov Monastery and Library, Josefov (Jewish Quarter of Prague) are just some of the hot spots for tourists.
Karlovy Vary Attractions – The hot springs that attracts tourists for centuries with its cultural spots of performing arts, galleries and museums.
Cesky Krumlov Attractions – A UNESCO World Heritage, a beautiful preserved walled city from 14th century. Wax Museum, Museum of Torture, Marionette Museum, Minorite Monastery, Vyssi Brod Monastery are under these Cesky Krumlov Attractions.
Brno Attractions – In it are some historical treasures, visit the Spilberk Castle, Dietrichnstein Palace, Tugendhat Villa, Znojmo, Vaitice, Mikulov and Slavkov U Brna.
Pizan Attraction – If you like to have a glimpse of the past then visit this modern working city. Stroll past the Cathedral and Town Hall along with Domazlice, Plasy – Monastery, Historical Underground and many more.
What to Eat?
Czech cuisine was influenced by many countries that dominated it. The food is considered as heavy and very fulfilling with meals are always accompanied by meats and starches. Due to the country’s long and cold winters, vegetables are scarce so they usually eat meat. Mushrooms flourish in local forests and are