Czech Republic

At the heart of Europe, the Czech Republic has always been the object of much attention as it never seemed to lean much to any of the world's leading political cardinal points. Czech is Czech, and nowhere can this be seen but in its verdant valleys, imposing mountains, and medieval and classical architecture, some of the finest in the world. 

 

Prague

Divided by the legendary Vltava (the inspiration for Smetana's grandiose music), Prague is home to imposing palaces and castles, the most recognizable being Prague Castle perched over the hill overlooking the city and river. It is the official residence of the Czech President and the largest ancient castle in the world. Rich in history and classified as an Alpha global city, Prague is full of imposing cathedrals and cobbled streets flanked by an immense number of well-preserved medieval buildings, pubs, restaurants, and trendy shops. Notable places include Wenceslas Square, the Gothic Powder Tower, and one of the most remarkable modern buildings in the whole of Europe—the Dancing House, which appears to be frozen in a sensuous silhouette of glass, steel, and concrete. The Old Town Square, the Charles Bridge, and the incredible National Theatre are just a fraction of the impressive stock of beautiful architecture and amusement Prague offers.

 

Český Krumlov

It is a beautiful town with a unique architectural model that ranks among the most important historical sights in the central European region. 

 

Karlovy Vary

Impose colonnades, exclusive spa buildings, and a superb layout in the heart of a forested ravine. 

 

Plzeň

It is a friendly destination well known for its beer and historical underground tunnels.

 

TOP THINGS TO DO 

 

Czech Cosine: Meat specialties, traditional sweets, and delicious beer.

 

Prague Cafes: Prague's most famous cafes were preferred meeting points for intellectuals, writers, and artists. 

 

Dancing House: One of the most photographed buildings in the city. 

 

Vltava River: a river cruise will show you some of the city's best-known landmarks.

 

The Old Town Square:  The most beautiful square in Prague. See the elegant tower of the Town Hall with the world-famous astronomical clock.

 

The black light theatre: the world of color, weird and beautiful forms, music, special effects, and wavering actors. 

 

Charles Bridge: The oldest bridge still standing over the Vltava river in Prague. 

 

Prague Castle: Admire the wondrous beauty of a place that has been the seat of Czech kings, emperors, and presidents for a thousand years.

 

National Museum: Offers a unique insight into the country's history.