Holidays To The Czech Republic

Holidays To The Czech Republic

Just over 30,000 square miles in area, the Czech Republic is one of Europe's smaller countries but it's a place where you'll never run short of things to see and do. Its multiple mountain ranges give it a rugged landscape where new wonders emerge at every turn. You'll find perfectly preserved medieval towns and cities with festival traditions that go back for centuries, rolling vineyards where visitors can tour and taste the wine, and historic music venues that inspired Gustav Mahler and Antoni­n Dvorak. Take a riverboat cruise along the Elbe or ride through Prague in a horse-drawn carriage. The people of this friendly country will always make you feel welcome.

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Czech Republic Activities

Walking and cycling tours are a popular way to explore the Czech Republic, from the wild regions of Bohemia with their stunning rock formations to the bustling streets of Prague. Some areas also offer hot air balloon tours, and if you're feeling musically inclined, you can take the jazz boat through Prague.

Czech Republic Food & Drink

In the Czech Republic the biggest meal of the day is usually lunch, and restaurants often fill up with local people at lunchtime. Dishes of beef, pork, wild carp or game are served with cabbage, potatoes, dumplings and large helpings of sauces. Goulash and schnitzel, dishes borrowed from neighbouring countries, can be found in most areas. Regionally, Chodsko is famous for its cakes and Pardubice for its gingerbread. The whole country is famous for its beer and brewery tours are popular with visitors. You'll also find burgundy wines from Moravia and herb-infused spirits in the bars.

Czech Republic Attractions

No trip to the Czech Republic should fail to take in the beautiful capital of Prague, whose old, twisting streets are so full of churches that it's known as the city of a thousand spires. There you'll find magnificent restaurants, busy street markets and live music playing in every other bar. Not far away is the spectacular gothic Castle Karlstejn, which visitors can tour, and in nearby Kutna Hora you'll find a church made from human bones. Travel to Karlovy Vary to indulge yourself in natural hot spas or to Cesky Krumlov to see its exquisitely preserved 13th Century castle and 17th Century baroque theatre. In this country full of surprises, you'll never be disappointed.

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