Czech Republic: the country in the middle of Europe (in the hearth of Europe)
Český Krumlov, situated in the South Bohemian region, is a UNESCO-listed medieval town.
The town of Marianske Lazne is situated in the westernmost corner of the Czech Republic.
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.
The Czech natural landscape boasts several European “bests”.
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“.
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.
The history of the village dates back to the 16th century, the first written mention of the village dates back to 1530.
Macocha Abyss is situated north of Brno in the area called Moravian Karst.
Třeboň is a tourist destination, and this is the area's major economic activity, along with agriculture, the spa industry, and other services.
Litomysl was established around the trade route that connected Bohemia and Moravia at the end of the 10th and beginning of the 11th centuries.
The Lednice-Valtice Cultural Landscape (UNESCO Heritage Site) is known as the Garden of Europe.
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.
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.
Terezín was a concentration camp 30 miles south of Prague in the Czech Republic during World War II.
Telč is situated at the south-western tip of Moravia, halfway between Prague and Vienna.
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.
Kroměříž (UNESCO) was established as a market town at the crossroads of trading routes.
Hluboká castle, situated in South Bohemia, is one of the most beautiful castles in the Czech Republic.