Czech Republic: Hello from the Middle Ages
Forget about the time of transport and enjoy the longest and most exciting walks in your life! In the Czech Republic you will discover an amazing world of cobbled paths, winding narrow streets, medieval castles, European courtyards and incredibly tasty dishes. Whether you come here for cultural, recreational, event or gastronomic tourism, you will surely find what you are looking for!
Your country guide will definitely encourage you to start your trip in the Czech Republic in the heart of Prague, right on the Old Town square. The historical quarter of the capital is under the protection of UNESCO, the main places of interest are concentrated in the Old Town, among which are Charles Bridge, Vyšehrad and Prague Castle. Popular places of the Czech Republic, according to experienced tourists, include the city of Brno with Slavkov castle and Český Krumlov with the castle complex of the same name.
The vast array of historical objects of the Czech Republic includes; Kutná Hora, Karlštejn, Lednice-Valtice complex and Špindlerův Mlýn. Despite the fact that there is no sea coast, travellers have long been capitvated by the local spa resorts - the famous Karlovy Vary, Podebrady, Mariánské Lázně and Františkovy Lázně. And, of course, it is worth getting acquainted with the Czech art of brewing, which originated here from the very foundation of the country. Addresses of restaurants with their own breweries are easy to find on the map of cities of the Czech Republic.
|The abbreviation of the country, ISO||CZ|
|The country flag|
|Population, m people||10.51|