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The Czech Republic is one of the most surprising small countries in Europe, and one of the least explored by outsiders.

The historic capital, Prague, is popular as a city break, of course. But few will venture out into the beautiful rolling countryside to discover the medieval towns and villages, magical castles, deep river valleys, and glorious national parks.

It’s a land where myth and legend come to life, with ancient regions such as Moravia and Bohemia forming part of the modern day Czech Republic.

Picturesque hilltop towns, such as the timeless Český Krumlov, remind you how this region was once the heart of Europe.

There are castles and chateaux’s at every turn, and a seemingly endless array of magnificent architecture such as the Renaissance wonders of Telč.

Prague itself is a joy to visit, and has plenty to offer for all tastes. The lively music and arts scene entice stag and hen parties, whilst the imposing castle, museums, and galleries, rate amongst the best in Europe.  

The Czech Republic is a great place to visit. To get the best out of it, however, you need to explore.


Essential Information






10.5 Million


Czech Koruna


GMT + 1


+ 420


Brno, Ostrava, Plzen, Ceske, Budejovice, Decin

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