Czech Republic is one of the best known countries in the Central and eastern european region with well known and popular destinations like Prague or Cesky Krumlov. But worth a try the famous Czech beer and the beautiful national parks as well if you are in the Czech republic
Prague is the largest city of Czech republic, with long history, many great and known sights such as the Charles Bridge or even the entire downtown area.
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Cesky Krumlov is a unique architectural jewel, whose importance is underlined by the fact that it was included in the UNESCO List of the World Cultural Heritage in 1992. Above the meanders of the river Vltava a unique complex of municipal housing developed, mainly in the 16th century, along with an extensive castle and chateau complex, the second largest in the country after...
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Located roughly alfway between Prague and Krakow, Olomouc boasts a concentration of Baroque architecture second only to Prague. Olomouc was founded as a royal town near the river Morava in the early 13th century. The history of settlements here is much older. In the mid-11th century a Przemyslid castle is mention; the Moravian bishopric was founded here at that time. There are...
The second largest town in the country and Moravia’s traditional capital, Brno was also the historic seat of the Přemyslid dynasty. King Wenceslas I awarded Brno municipal status as early as 1243. The city’s skyline is dominated by the Špilberk castle, where an early-Gothic palace with two chapels is still standing. Later on, the castle was converted into a baroque fortress, and in the 19th
The West-Bohemian metropolis with 170,000 inhabitants is the fourth largest city in the Czech Republic. Its historical predecessor was a former watch castle dated from the 10th century on the place of the recent Starý Plzenec. The pre-Romanesque Rotunda of St. Peter dates back to that period. In the late 13th century, a new royal town ground plan was built on the confluence of four rivers
Currency : Czech korun
Timezone : CET+1, same as Budapest
Electricity : 220V/50Hz, 2pin plug
Opening hours : Generally from 9am till 6pm, almost all closed on saturdays and none of open on sunday