Top 10 things to do and see:
The Czech Republic is a stunningly beautiful country, with historic architecture, natural landscapes, and charming towns.
1. Visit Prague: This stunning and very impressive city is the capital of the Czech Republic and it offers a huge range of attractions including historic landmarks, picturesque streets, and world-class museums. You will never be disappointed with a visit to Prague.
Prague is a breathtakingly beautiful city steeped in history, with stunning architecture, vibrant culture, and delicious cuisine. Explore charming streets, sip beer, and immerse yourself in the city’s enchanting atmosphere. Read more…
2. Explore the historic city of Cesky Krumlov: This charming town is located in the southern part of the country and features a beautifully preserved old town area with winding streets and an impressive castle.
3. The Czech Republic is famous for its beer, so be sure to visit a local pub and sample some of the local brews.
4. Visit St Vitus Cathedral – It is the largest and most important church in the Czech Republic, known for its stunning stained glass windows and impressive spires.
5. Visit the town of Karlovy Vary: This spa town is famous for its hot springs and beautiful architecture. Read more…
6. Visit the Bohemian Paradise: This natural reserve is located in the north of the Czech Republic and features stunning sandstone rock formations, lush forests, and picturesque villages.
7. Explore the Moravian wine region: The Czech Republic has a long history of wine production, and the Moravian wine region is home to beautiful vineyards and charming wine towns.
One vineyard you simply must visit while you’re in the Czech Republic, is U Kapličky – Located in the heart of the Moravian wine region, U Kapličky is known for its organic and biodynamic wines, with a focus on Pinot Noir and Riesling. But as their website says, it is more than just a visit to a wine farm…
Vineyard in winter in Znojmo region.
8. When in Prague visit the old town and Jewish Quarter – Read more…
9. The most famous market in the Czech Republic is the Christmas market in Prague, which takes place in Old Town Square from late November to early January. The market offers a wide range of traditional Czech handicrafts, food, and drink, and is a popular destination for tourists during the holiday season.
10. Experience and enjoy the local cuisine.
Lokál is a popular chain of restaurants you can visit, that offers traditional Czech cuisine, such as beef goulash, roast pork, and dumplings, paired with fresh Pilsner beer.
Here are some of the top award-winning wines from the Czech Republic, that you can definitely try while you’re there: