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Would you like to visit the most well-known and beautiful cities in the Czech Republic? As the corona situation does not allow us to take you on a trip across the country, we offer you a travel guide that will tell you how to get to a certain place and what to do there.
Brno is the second biggest city in the Czech Republic and lies approximately 2 and half hours from Prague. You will find there a marvellous Špliberk castle from the 13th century, national cultural monument Cathedral of St. Peter and Paul and many more.
Kutná Hora was the centre of medieval silver mining and today it is one of the Czech UNESCO towns. In the 2nd half of 13th century, the miners´ settlements situated near abundant deposits of silver ore changed quickly into a royal township which competed with Prague in its wealth, political and cultural influence.
Czech Krumlov is a town whose historic centre, centred around the Český Krumlov Castle, has been a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1992. The castle was built in the 13th century and is well-known and frequently visited, so grab your things and come see the pride of the Czech Republic.
The city is absolutely unique in the number of curative hot springs in the world and belongs to the most visited spa town in the Czech Republic. It is well-known for being an important cultural centre as well as a showcase of beautiful architecture for tourists. Moreover, it is possible to go on a little hike to the observation tower, from which you can see the whole city beneath you.
Are you a sport-oriented person or would you like to get to know Czech mountains? Hop into something comfy, read our travel guide and go on a hike through Czech countryside.
Milešovka lies approximately one and half hours away from Prague. You should get ready to hike throughout the whole day as the path to the top of the mountain is approximately 5 to 6 kilometres away.
Czech Switzerland, also known as Bohemian Switzerland, is one of the national parks in the Czech Republic. This region exerts an irresistible draw on climbers and is home to several of the nation’s oldest alpine associations. The park has the impressive sandstone works of nature that were created by the erosion of the Cretaceous sea sediments that were risen to the ground during the Alpine Orogeny.
This trip leads us to the impressive gothic Karlštejn Castle, built in the 14th century by Charles IV, the Czech King and Roman Emperor. At that time, the castle held treasures of the Holy Roman Empire including the imperial crown jewels. The very special appearance of Karlštejn comes out of its step-like order of buildings, leading the visitor higher and higher when approaching the inner parts of the castle. Karlštejn is one of the symbols of the Czech Republic, a beautiful place that definitely should not be missed.
The three-day trip to Krakow (Friday – Sunday) is a perfect chance how to get in touch with the Polish historical town. During the trip we visit the historical part of the town Krakow, concentration camp Auschwitz-Birkenau and also salt-mines near by Niedzica.
During the special weekend in Dresden we visit the Old town with its impressive church Frauenkirche and of course the famous art gallery Zwinger. In the evening you can lay off in one of many cafés in Neustadt.
Budapest is a wonderful capital of Hungary, city full of great sight-seeings, baths, famous wine and langos. We explore the centre of the city and also enjoy Boat Trip on Danube.