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Czech Republic Tours

A bustling country rich with lively culture, fascinating history, breathtaking architecture, and warm and welcoming people, you can't help but fall in love with Czechia. The Central European country offers rich scenery with fairy-tale architecture. Walk along the cobblestone streets and uncover the magic of Czechia!

Discover the finest architecture and gorgeous scenery of Europe with a trip to the Czech Republic!

Czech Republic - The Czech Republic is a fantastic tourist spot situated in the heart of Central Europe. It is known for its rich history, vibrant culture, and breathtaking landscapes. Although one of the continent's smaller destinations, with its fairy-tale castles, impressive architecture, and serene towns, this country provides every visitor with a unique experience. Prague, the capital city of the Czech Republic, is the crown jewel attracting thousands of travelers every year. This City of a Hundred Spires is a treasure for the ones who love discovering history and architecture. Strolling the charming cobbled streets of the Old Town Square, you can see a huge Astronomical Clock, which was first installed in 1410, making it the oldest clock that still operates. It is a symbol of fine medieval engineering. Next, you will be greeted by the Gothic spires of the Tyn Church, a dominant feature of Prague's Old Town, which was built from the mid-14th to the early 16th century. Crossing the Charles Bridge, adorned with statues, takes you to the majestic Prague Castle, one of the largest castle complexes in the world. Exploring the charming Lesser Town and visiting the St. Vitus Cathedral, a masterpiece of Gothic architecture, transports visitors back in time. Prague's vibrant arts scene, delectable Czech cuisine, and world-famous beer in traditional pubs add to the city's lively atmosphere. Moving beyond Prague, there is a wealth of enchanting destinations in the Czech Republic, representing the country's rich culture and heritage. Cesky Krumlov, located in southern Bohemia, is a charming medieval town that emanates an enchanting atmosphere. Its historic center, which includes narrow alleys and brightly colored Renaissance and Baroque structures, is topped by a remarkable castle that sits atop a hill and offers breathtaking views of the Vltava River. The town is like a fairytale come to life, where visitors can wander through winding streets, discover the castle's expansive grounds, and experience captivating performances at the one-of-a-kind Baroque Theater. Situated just a quick distance from Prague is Kunta Hora, a historical gem that will take you back to the medieval times. You can see some notable landmarks like the Bone Church or Sedlec Ossuary, a Roman Catholic chapel adorned with thousands of human bones. They are from the bodies that were buried in the cemetery around the church during the 14th and 15th centuries, which were later moved here. This is one of the most unique experiences that you are going to have. You must also visit St. Barbara's Church, a masterpiece of Gothic architecture that stands as a testament to the town's medieval wealth and glory. The Czech Republic is home to one of the world's most famous spa towns, Karlovy Vary, located in western Bohemia. Every trip requires a fair share of adventure and, at the same time, relaxation. This is the one place where you can leave your tiredness and worries behind and unwind in its mineral-rich springs. Take leisurely walks along the colonnades and admire the intricate architecture. There are several luxury spa resorts with wellness therapy sessions where you can have a rejuvenating experience. Apart from rich culture and architecture, the Czech Republic also welcomes its visitors with breathtaking natural landscapes. The Bohemian Switzerland National Park, located in the northwest, boasts deep river canyons, cascading waterfalls, dense forests, and sandstone cliffs. You can hike through Pravcicka Brana, a narrow rock formation and Europe's largest natural sandstone arch, which rewards the hikers with magnificent views. The national park also provides its visitors with opportunities for kayaking, rock climbing, and cycling in its enchanting wilderness. For those seeking lesser-known destinations, Olomouc, located in the eastern part of the country, is a charming city with a rich cultural heritage. Its impressive Holy Trinity Column, a UNESCO-listed site, and vibrant baroque architecture make Olomouc a delight to explore. The city's lively old town square, Archbishop's Palace, and lush parks and gardens offer a laid-back atmosphere away from the tourist crowds. The Czech Republic also has a great beer and wine culture. No visit to this nation is complete without tasting both. Pilsen, the birthplace of the world-famous Pilsner Urquell beer, beckons beer lovers. You must take a tour of Pilsner Urquell Brewery to learn about the brewing process and get a chance to sample the golden nectar at local pubs and beer gardens. The Czech Republic's beer heritage runs deep, and experiencing it is a win-win for beer lovers. The vibrant wine culture in the Moravian wine region is also quite vivid. Towns such as Mikulov, Znojmo, and Valtice offer vineyards, wineries, and wine-tasting tours. Tasting exquisite white wines, such as Gruner Veltliner and Riesling, and exploring the unique terroir of Moravia provides a delightful and unforgettable experience. From the architectural wonders of Prague to the fairy-tale charm of its countryside, from the healing springs of Karlovy Vary to the historical gems of medieval towns, the country immerses visitors in its rich history, vibrant culture, and stunning landscapes. With warm hospitality, delectable cuisine, and world-famous beer, this enchanting destination has something to offer every traveler. Discover the Czech Republic's captivating allure and create memories that will last a lifetime.

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1. When is the best time to visit the Czech Republic?

If you're looking for a time to visit the Czech Republic with beautiful weather, fewer crowds, and stunning landscapes, then the ideal time to go would be during the spring season (March-May), when the rains are less likely to interrupt your plans. This is the perfect time to explore the scenic Bohemian region and indulge in a range of outdoor activities. Meanwhile, in Prague or Cesky Krumlov, you can take your time and discover all the amazing sights and experiences at your own leisure.

2. What are the top things to do in the Czech Republic?

1. Explore Prague's Historic Center

Embark on a wonderful Czech adventure by exploring the historic center of Prague, which has been recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is divided into 3 areas, the Old Town, the Lesser Town, and the New Town. In the Old Town, admire the magnificence of the world's oldest operating clock- the Astronomical Clock, visit the Tyn Church, and walk on the Charles Bridge adorned with beautiful statues. Move the Lesser Town and be captivated by the magnificence of Prague Castle.  The New Town has Wenceslas Square, a great shopping center for tourists.

2. Brave the spooky caves of Moravian Karst

The Moravian Karst in the Czech Republic is home to spooky caves that offer an eerie and mysterious experience. The Macocha Abyss, the deepest sinkhole in Central Europe, creates a haunting atmosphere. The Punkva Caves feature an underground river and captivating formations, while the Sloupsko-Sosuvske Caves have dimly lit passageways and waterfalls. The Balcarka Cave showcases unique rock formations that may send shivers down your spine. Guided tours ensure safety and provide insights into these subterranean wonders' geological history and legends. Explore these spooky caves for a thrilling adventure into the depths of the Moravian Karst.

3. Visit Sumava national park

Sumava national park, previously recognized as a UNESCO biosphere reserve, has evolved into a renowned tourist destination that offers a wide range of recreational activities. Situated on the borders of Germany, this national park constitutes the Bohemian Forest that spans across an area of 1686 square kilometers and boasts verdant canopies, serene lakes, sprawling moors, and an array of unique wildlife. One of the most popular activities that visitors can indulge in is renting electric bikes and traversing through the forests. This 25-kilometer expedition through the dense forest will take you through picturesque canyons, breathtaking peaks, and awe-inspiring plateaus that offer stunning backdrops for photography.

4. Discover the places made of bone collections

The Czech Republic is home to numerous fascinating locations dedicated to preserving the remains of those who died in wars or were killed by diseases like the plagues that ravaged Europe in the past. One such place is the Gothic All Saints Chapel, also known as the "Bone Church," located in the small town of Sedlec. The Sedlec Ossuary houses the remains of people who passed away between the 14th and 16th centuries, artfully displayed in an eerie fashion, including coats of arms, chandeliers, chalices, and bells. The Brno Ossuary is another noteworthy site where over 50,000 people's remains were found stacked in heaps and used as decorative displays and ornamentation in archways.

5. See Pruhonice Park

If you're near Prague, don't miss out on Pruhonice Park! This UNESCO World Heritage Site has 250 hectares of land with formal gardens, wooded areas, streams, ponds, and 25+ kilometers of walking paths. There are over 1,600 plant species, including 100+ types of rhododendrons and 8,000 specimens. The park is open year-round and is especially beautiful in the fall. The Greater Castle, dating back to the 12th century, is a highlight. It faces the lake and gardens, and its courtyard has frescoes, statues, and a replica of the famous fountain in Old Market Square in Prague. Whether you love history or nature, the park and castle are worth a visit!

3. How to reach the Czech Republic from North America?

Reaching by air is the best way to travel to the Czech Republic from North America. You can get regular flights to Prague in the Czech Republic from places like New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, and more in the US and Toronto, Montreal, and Calgary in Canada.

4. What currency should I carry?

Since the Czech Republic is in Europe, people think the currency used is Euros. But on the contrary Czech koruna is the official currency of the country. Carry cash at all times as cards are accepted majorly in big cities. Many places outside Prague do not accept credit cards. Also, ATMs are widely available in the capital city, but the number decreases as you move outside it.

5. Anything I should know before traveling to the Czech Republic?

Here are a few things you must know before traveling to the country:

1. Say yes to tipping. You can pay 10% of the total bill as a tip since waiters are paid less.

2. Beer is cheaper than bottled water.

 3. Lunch is the main meal of the day.

4. You should always be careful of pickpockets.

5. Avoid getting into unmarked taxis to avoid any scams. Always ask your hotel to help you arrange one or use local modes of transportation like buses, metro, subway, and trams, as they are quicker and safer.

 6. Most museums are closed on Mondays. So check before you leave.

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Czech Republic Tour Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
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Salim Sadrudin Ratanshi
Best of Vienna, Budapest and Prague
Very well organized, did not miss anything, in addition had our own free time.
14 November, 2019
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Lynn Ann Martin
Best of Vienna, Budapest and Prague
A few if the excursions we're mediocre.
30 May, 2019

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