From primeval forests and rugged nature to beautiful cities and medieval castles: you will find it all in the Czech Republic. Located in the heart of Europe The Czech Republic offers a wide range of sights.
The landscape of the Czech Republic is characterized by a succession of medium-high mountains and low plains. An alpine fauna lives in the mountains, including mountain marmots, chamois, mouflon, snow mice. The wildcat and lynx also have their habitat here. The vast forests are the habitat of foxes, hares and other small animals. In the nature reserve ZehuSice , at Kutna Hora , live white deer that are otherwise extinct throughout Europe. In the Giant Mountains (Krknose) and the Mala Fatra you are lucky to spot the special three-toed woodpecker while the lakes of Bohemia and the Danube Plain being home to numerous waterfowl and storks. The many gorges and caves provide shelter for countless species of bats.
The Golden City Prague has a beautifully restored Old Town where a visit to the Astronomical Clock, the Gothic St. Vitus Cathedral and the Charles Bridge should not be missed. Also visit the outskirts of Prague and admire the different architectural styles in Troja, see the art of Holešovice at DOX Center for Contemporary Art and enjoy an exhibition in the wooden zeppelin located on the roof. In cosmopolitan Vinohrady, taste the local wines in the best restaurants and wine bars.
Are you interested in industrial art? Dolni Vitkovice , national monument in the 'iron heart'. Immerse yourself in history by walking through the old market town of Plzen , the birthplace of beer, and visit Karlštejn and Hluboká castles and Ceský Krumlov Castle .
Travel through the rich history and lush nature of the Czech Republic. 'Where the world can't find you…'