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Czech Republic - general information

Czech Republic: the country in the middle of Europe (in the hearth of Europe)

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Praha UNESCO

Prague: mother of cities

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Český Krumlov UNESCO

Český Krumlov, situated in the South Bohemian region, is a UNESCO-listed medieval town.

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Karlovy Vary

Karlovy Vary, situated in Western Bohemia, is known for its mineral springs.

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Mariánské Lázně

The town of Marianske Lazne is situated in the westernmost corner of the Czech Republic.

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Karlštejn Castle

Karlstejn Castle, located approximately 20 km west of Prague, was built in the 14th century by the Czech king and Holy Roman emperor Charles IV.

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Ždár nad Sázavou UNESCO

Pearl of baroque architecture

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Holašovice UNESCO

Historic Village - UNESCO World Heritage Centre

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Pravčická brána - Sandstone Gate

The Czech natural landscape boasts several European “bests”.

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Praděd

The highest mountain of Moravia (1492 m above sea level).

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Šumava a Čertovo jezero - The Bohemian and Devil’s Lake

The Šumava (Bohemian) Forest, together with the neighbouring Bavarian Forest, creates the most extensive forest landscape in Central Europe, called the "Green Roof of Europe“.

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Krkonoše and Sněžka

The Krkonoše Mountains are the top Czech mountains in many aspects: They are the highest, the most visited, have the only alpine range, and their flora and fauna are unbelievably diverse.

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Lipno nad Vltavou

The history of the village dates back to the 16th century, the first written mention of the village dates back to 1530.

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Propast Macocha a punkevní jeskyně - Macocha abbyss and Punkva

Macocha Abyss is situated north of Brno in the area called Moravian Karst.

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Třeboň

Třeboň is a tourist destination, and this is the area's major economic activity, along with agriculture, the spa industry, and other services.

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Mikulov

The town of Mikulov offers perception with literally all senses.

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Litomyšl UNESCO

Litomysl was established around the trade route that connected Bohemia and Moravia at the end of the 10th and beginning of the 11th centuries.

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Lednice - Valtice UNESCO

The Lednice-Valtice Cultural Landscape (UNESCO Heritage Site) is known as the Garden of Europe.

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Kutná Hora UNESCO

The historical town of Kutna Hora is a part of the UNESCO World Heritage List. The location is 70 km east of Prague in Central Bohemia.

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Loket Castle

Loket Castle, built of stone, is a more than 800-year-old settlement, positioned on a granite rock that is surrounded by the river of Ohře.

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Terezín

Terezín was a concentration camp 30 miles south of Prague in the Czech Republic during World War II.

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Třebíč UNESCO

Třebíč dates from 1101 when a Benedictine monastery was established here.

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Telč UNESCO

Telč is situated at the south-western tip of Moravia, halfway between Prague and Vienna.

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Olomouc UNESCO

Olomouc lies in central Moravia and has always been one of the most important cities in Moravia, where history has gone hand-in-hand with its people, science, and progress.

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Kromeříž UNESCO

Kroměříž (UNESCO) was established as a market town at the crossroads of trading routes.

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Brno UNESCO

Brno is the second largest city in the Czech Republic.

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Hluboká Castle

Hluboká castle, situated in South Bohemia, is one of the most beautiful castles in the Czech Republic.

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Help for Your trips

If you want, there is the possibility to contact our cooperating agency Weco-Travel s.r.o., which can help you with planning your trip. Contacts are in the details.

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