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Czech Koruna
Flight time
1 hour and 45 minutes from the UK
time difference
UTC/GMT +1 hours
best time to go
Jun-Sep / Dec-Mar

Introducing Czech Republic

Experience the marvellous beauty of the Czech Republic as you explore the interesting history and mediaeval architecture of this impressive country. Known as a nation of book lovers, Czechia enchants visitors with its texts and extensive library. Everywhere you turn the country’s amazing history, rich cultural art scene and vibrancy can be felt and seen.

The Czech Republic has a wide variety of historical cities, baroque castles, enthralling palaces, absolutely stellar architecture, and spectacular natural wonders just waiting to be explored on a Czech Republic getaway. Its gastronomy will equally impress you, as it is heavily influenced by the flavours of Central Europe, so you can expect to devour in hearty dishes, including a range of meat, flavourful potatoes and cosy soups.

Resorts in Czech Republic

Top Locations in Czech Republic

Old Town – Stare Mesto
Some of the most well-known historic attractions in Eastern Europe can be found in Prague's Old Town, or Staré Mesto, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. In this area, there is spectacular Gothic, Baroque, and Renaissance architecture. For a breath-taking view, climb to the top of the Old Town Hall Tower or stroll the length of the iconic Charles Bridge, where you may frequently see regional street performers and artists putting on performances as well as little booths selling mementos of your trip to the Czech Republic.
The Astronomical Clock Show, Prague
One of the best activities in the Czech Republic is to view the Astronomical Clock show in Prague.
Caves of Moravian Karst
The Moravian Karst, one of the most significant geological and topographical regions in Central Europe, is home to a spectacular natural wonder.
Pruhonice Park
Pruhonice Park is among the most enchanting tourist spots in the Czech Republic. This UNESCO World Heritage Site, which is located little over 14 kilometres south of Prague, truly seems like it belongs in a picture book. The park, which spans 250 hectares, features exquisitely kept gardens, large forested zones, tranquil streams, adorable little ponds, and an amazing 24 kilometres of hiking trails.
Visit Telč
This lovely hamlet in the south of the country is surrounded by exquisite examples of Italian Renaissance architecture. Quaint homes dressed in pastel colours can be found as you stroll along its cobblestone lanes. During your exploration you will come across locals drinking coffee, as well as serene ponds with crystal-clear waters filled with fish, where you can unwind and take in the tranquil surroundings. The castle, which was built in the fourteenth century, is the focal point of this UNESCO World Heritage Site. The castle is surrounded by immaculately maintained gardens and terraces and greets visitors with its extraordinary beauty.

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