Czech Republic

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Experience the Czech Republic

The beautiful Czech Republic offers a great variety of nature and historic towns and it’s only a thousand kilometres from the Netherlands. Start your trip in the capital Prague and walk or cycle to the many attractions. There is so much to do that you will never get bored. Then it's time to explore the rest of the Czech Republic. Culture lovers will be in heaven with a visit to Olomouc, Brno or Český Krumlov. If you prefer to spend time in nature, plan a trip to Šumava National Park or the Bohemian Paradise with its unique rock formations. Don't wait – plan your trip to the spectacular Czech Republic now!

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Fascinating cities

Although the capital Prague is a must-see destination, there are numerous other fascinating cities to visit during your stay in the Czech Republic. How about Český Krumlov with its stunning historic city centre, a UNESCO world heritage site? Stroll through the narrow streets and enjoy traditional Czech hospitality. Or visit Kutná Hora, just outside of Prague. The city owes its affluent appearance to the underground silver mines. The cathedral's Gothic architecture is also an impressive sight. Brno is the second largest city in the Czech Republic: for a great view of it, climb 63 metres to the top of the old city hall. Another fascinating – if slightly creepy – attraction is the ossuary underneath St. James Church.

Natural beauty in the Czech Republic

In the south of the Czech Republic lies the Šumava National Park, also known as the Bohemian Forest. Nature lovers can breathe in the fresh mountain air and explore the vast forests. Choose from many hiking trails and discover small lakes and swamps. Tucked away in the heart of the forest, Lake Lipno is a popular destination for fans of water sports: this is the place to go canoeing, rent a paddle boat or go boating. Another nature area closer to Prague is Kokořin. This is also a popular place for hikes or bike rides along the many lakes, forests, ruins and Kokořin Castle. The Bohemian Paradise is another natural phenomenon with unique rock formations that have been designated a geopark by UNESCO. A true miracle of Mother Nature.

"The mysterious forests and fog-shrouded swamps in the Bohemian Forest are truly breathtaking. It feels like you are stepping inside a fairy tale!"

Explore another side of the Czech Republic

If you would rather go off the beaten track in the Czech Republic, visit the pilgrimage site of Svatý Kopeček and admire the many baroque and gothic buildings. Don’t forget to sample the local delicacy: the pungent and sweet Tvarůžky cheese. Explore the western part of the Czech Republic with a visit to the old spa town of Kalovy Vary. Even Mozart and Napoleon went there to soak in the hot springs. A visit to the Czech Republic isn't complete without beer of course! The first pilsner was brewed in the town of Pilsen, home to the original brewery of the famous Urquell beer. If you’re more of a wine lover, plan your visit to the Czech Republic in September, the wine month, and celebrate the local grape harvest at various wine festivals. Cheers!