World of Wonder

Czech Republic offers something for everyone

Rocks of Adršpach

Rocks of Adršpach

Choosing the Czech Republic, is choosing for the versatility of a country that has been characterized and colored by its heroic history. Land of majestic fortresses and castles, land of colorful monasteries and devout church buildings, land of delicious meals accompanied by beers that melt like snow in the sun on your tongue. In short, the former Czechoslovakia must be marked as one of your near future holiday destinations.

Czech Republic and its natural phenomenas

The Czech nature that remained uninhabited for centuries is still a delight to the eye. There are hundreds, if not thousands of magnificent wild nature parks and domains, which, with their unique grandeur, form a paradise for the hiker and the adventurous traveler. The most famous natural phenomena and parks are the mountains of the romantic Šumava region, the Moravský Kras region with its thousands of caves and of course Adršpach; One of Europe’s most beautiful rock formations with sandstone cliffs that reach more than 100 meters high. The numerous animal species that are still wandering around in peace and happiness in these impressive natural parks, such as the wolf, the Lynx and the grouse, are only known to us by Nature books and local zoos.

Charles Bridge in Prague

Charles Bridge in Prague

Prague: City of the Hundred towers

‘ The place to be ‘ and still by far the main Czech attraction is of course beautiful Prague, also known as the city of the Hundred towers. Let yourself be seduced by the picturesque streets of the old town and let yourself be enchanted by the beauty of the countless attractions that Prague has to offer you with all its pleasure. Wgat about for example the famous Charles Bridge, Wenceslas Square; the heart of the city, the Prague Castle which is the largest closed palace complex of the whole world and of course not last but not least the Jewish district Josefov which offers you one of the most beautiful Jewish church courts on this gracious planet. In short, too much to mention but certainly not too much to visit.

Czech Republic has a heart for campers

Czech campsites offer more and more comfort and therefore comply with the current requirements and needs of a foreign camping tourist. The improved camping service often goes hand in glove with the expansion of the services which are offered these days like child care services, summer cinema and even local massage treatments. As well near the stunning natural parks as near the main cities excellent campsites can be found. The most popular Czech camping destinations are South Bohemia, the area around Prague, the Šumava Mountains and South Moravia.

South Bohemië

South Bohemië

Cheap and Czech Republic: two peas in a pod

In general, the Czech Republic is one of the cheapest European destinations. Thanks to the different discounts, this destination can be a real pleasure for your wallet. Armed with information on various attractive discounts and price reductions, you can make this cheap holiday destination even more profitable as a tourist. Public transport such as buses and trains offers excellent quality and accessibility for exceptionally low rates. A trip of 75 minutes through Prague will only cost you about 0.70 euro cent and when you decide to take the train to discover this beautiful country you can already enjoy a group discount starting at 2 persons. For a normal main course you pay an average of 8 euros and half a liter of beer can be enjoyed for a crazy low price of only 0.50 euro cents. No wonder the Czechs are the main beer drinkers in the world. In addition, every region in the Czech Republic also offers cheap tourist reduction cards that will make the tourist sites up to 50% cheaper. In short, Czech Republic is the middle name, cheap travel is the game! You don’t have to convince me anymore.

Shopping Paradise

Prague on the Vltava River

Prague on the Vltava River

It’s almost unthinkable, but until about 10 years ago, the Czech Republic was a true nightmare for every shopper. Little choice, empty shelves and a low supply characterized the Czech shopping world. Nowadays though, the Czech Republic has become a true paradise with reputable shops that attract thousands of tourists each year and offer something for everyone: from bohemian crystals and porcelain pieces of art to the eye-catching crafted wooden toys for children. And all offered at prices we can only imagine in our wildest dreams. Prague is a perfect reflection of current stream of innovations. Shopping malls and internationally renowned shops are rapidly emerging here and there and are the ideal attraction poles for a fun shopping day out.

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