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Czech Republic, also called Czechia, country located in central Europe. It comprises the historical provinces of Bohemia and Moravia along with the southern tip of Silesia, collectively often called the Czech Lands. In 2016 the country adopted the name “Czechia” as a shortened, informal name for the Czech Republic.

The Czech Republic, a small treasure of Eastern Europe, is still unknown to tourists and is not just about Prague. Here are the most beautiful places in the Czech Republic that you absolutely must see!

Best spots to Discover czechia

Krkonoše National Park

Krkonoše National Park is home to the highest mountains to visit in the Czech Republic. Krkonoše National Park is known for its unique landscapes and its declination of preserved ecosystems, from the Alpine plain to the high slopes and tundras – a feature so unique that the park has been listed as a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO since 1992.

The small town of Pec pod Sněžkou is the perfect base for exploring the park as well as its highest point: Sněžka, accessible by cable car or hiking, a trail allows you to access it through the valley of Obří Důl. You will be rewarded with breathtaking scenery and panoramic views of the Czech Republic and Poland.


It is called the city of 100 bell towers, but Prague is said to be the mother of all cities. In the heart of Europe, the capital of the Czech Republic has a tumultuous history that fascinates travelers from all over the world. Wherever you are in the city, it is impossible to miss its imposing silhouette: Prague Castle.

largest city in the Czech Republic and the historical capital of Bohemia. On the Vltava river, Prague is home to about 1.3 million people.The city has a temperate oceanic climate, with relatively warm summers and chilly winters. Prague is a political, cultural, and economic hub of central Europe, with a rich history and Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque architectures. It was the capital of the Kingdom of Bohemia and residence of several Holy Roman Emperors, most notably Charles IV

Karlštejn Castle

Originally built in 1348 under the direction of Charles IV, King of Bohemia and Holy Roman Emperor, Karlštejn Castle was initially a privileged residence for the King before becoming the stronghold where crown jewels, sacred relics and royal treasures were treasured.

Rebuilt at the end of the 19th century and renovated by architect Josef Mocker in a pure neo-Gothic style, the castle acquired its fairytale charm and became one of the most visited castles in the country. The visitor can discover the five floors of the Imperial Palace as well as the Chapel of the Sacred Cross, which houses 129 paintings on panels by the famous Gothic artist Theodoric.

Český Krumlov

In southern Bohemia lies the fairytale town of Český Krumlov – a town so picturesque and historic that UNESCO has listed it as a World Heritage Site. The small town sits around and within an arm of the Vltava River, topped by a magnificent 13th century castle – a mix of Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque styles. If you want to discover and visit the Czech Republic, Český Krumlov is a must!

The International Music Festival Český Krumlov begins in July and ends in August, and features international music of various genres. Other such events are held throughout the year. The summer music festivals include the blues, rock, and soul festival Open Air Krumlov, held in late June at Eggenberg Brewery Garden.

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