Czech Republic

Czech Republic


Czech Republic
Wonderful castles and chateaux, world famous spas, unspoilt countryside, historical cities and legendary cuisine.
In this small country at the heart of Europe, you will always have a copious wealth of natural and cultural treasures within reach.
Discover the historical heritage of the Czech Republic: the most interesting castles and chateaux, UNESCO monuments and also the fascinating atmosphere of ancient cities. Treat yourself to a stay in the Czech spas and allow yourself to be pampered, body and mind. But don’t forget the monasteries, mountains and national parks. In short, stay in the places you like and make time for unusual experiences according to your taste and inclination!
Prague
Prague is the capital and largest city of the Czech Republic. In the pastit was the capital of Czechoslovakia. It is located on the Vltava River in Central Bohemia. Prague is shown by a wide audience as one of themost beautiful cities in the world. Prague is also referred to as the"Golden City", "Fairytale City", "Mother of Cities" and "Heart of Europe".
The city of Prague was not damaged in World War II. In this way,many historical houses and places. Vitus Cathedral is also locatedamong these places. In recent years the city is very popular for thetourists.
Prague, one of the largest and most important cities of Central Europe, is one of the most famous tourism cities in the world. There are manyreasons why Prague has such a title. First of all, Prague is a terrificmedieval city. The difference between many cities that havewitnessed the Middle Ages is that the remains of that period are stillused in a functional way by blending them with art and aesthetics.
The Vltava River which passes through the middle of the city, theglorious Prague Castle that looks like the river and the whole city under the seats, the UNESCO-protected legendary city square, theglorious cathedrals, the most glorious examples of baroque and gothicarchitecture, Prague,is one of the most beautiful cities to see.

Karlovy Vary
The incarnation of spa elegance, imposing colonnades, exclusive spa buildings and a wonderful layout in the heart of a forested valley. That is Karlovy Vary. The best known town in the world renowned West Bohemian Spa Triangle, in which some of the most famous figures in European artistic and cultural life have enjoyed treatment, is today the second most visited spot in the Czech Republic. Thanks to its unique architecture, it is one of Europe’s most beautiful spas.

Cesky Krumlov
Cesky Krumlov, poetically called the Gate to Šumava, is a town where you either want to live or at least visit repeatedly. The town surrounded with meanders of the Vltava River used to be a seat of many powerful Bohemian families. Today, there is a protected monument reservation in the centre, a large collection of the work of Egon Schiele, a fascinating photo studio, and one of the most beautiful castles and chateaus in the Czech Republic. Thanks to its unique preserved medieval core, Český Krumlov is included on the UNESCO list. Get to know Krumlov and fall in love with it before you finish reading the following lines.