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About Czech Republic: Bohemian Legend

The rich cultural heritage and many historical monuments, hospitality and excellent cuisine will make anyone fall in love with the Czech Republic even the most indifferent person. If you been in the Czech Republic, at least once, you will be eager to come back again!

The capital is Prague. Major cities are: Brno, Ostrava, Plzen, Olomouc, Ceske Budejovice, Pardubice, etc.
Prague is a special city, one of the most beautiful in Europe. Its magical atmosphere attracts many tourists. The city is situated on the hills. There are many wonderful parks and gardens, which occupy half of its territory. In Spring time Prague is covered with blossoming cherry, lilac and magnolia. The historical sights of Prague, which can not be missed: Old Town (Staré Město) and the Jewish Quarter (Židovská čtvrť), Old Town Square (Staroměstské náměstí) with the famous Astronomical Clock and Charles Bridge (Karlův most), as well as the Lesser Town (Malá Strana) and Hradcany.

About Czech Republic

Prague Old Town was inscribed as World Heritage by UNESCO. Views and panoramas for photos are inexhaustible. The analogue of the French Eiffel Tower is the Petrin Tower (Petřínská věž).
Wonderful Prague cafes, beer pubs and restaurants are also its attractions, the place may choose to suit every taste, most with age-old traditions.

Czech cuisine has become famous in the first place, thanks to the dumplings, roast pork according Prague’s old recipes, sauerkraut, liver knee boar and the famous goulash cooked with beer.

According to VII century legend, the Slavic princess Libushe saw a prophetic dream, a vision. After which she declared: "I shall behold the great city whose glory goes to heaven," and at her order was erected the castle and the beautiful city (in Czech “práh” means house threshold). After two years, Prague has become the residence of the royal dynasty Premyslids.

The climate is temperate, the transitional from maritime to continental. Summer is not too hot, the average temperature in July-+19 .. +21 ° C. Winters are mild with an average temperature of the January -2 .. -4 ° C. The ski season begins in December and lasts until April. So you could visit Czech Republic in any season.

There are two ski resorts with slopes – Saint Peter and Medvedin, where 11 tracks are laid, adult and children’s trails and trail for snowboarders. The total length of the route is about 13 kilometers.

Medieval knights castles represent special charm of the country. "The king of Czech castles" – Zvíkov, there is a XII century castle, which stands on the rocky shore and at the confluence of the Vltava and Otava rivers.

Czech spaces are ideal for hiking and trekking and mountaineering. Other popular winter resorts are located in the Giant Mountains, in Jeseniky, in the Jizera Mountains, etc., which are not worse of famous Italian or Switzerland ski resorts. Hotel infrastructure is well developed and boasts a high level of service, so that the country can become a perfect place for a winter holidays.

Local souvenirs can be purchased at the center of Prague on the old market "Gavelaks." Nearby is the Church of St. Havel. The market is already 700 years old.

Despite the fact that the Czech Republic is in the "Schengen area", the official currency of the Czech Republic is Czech Koruna (Czech abbreviation – Kč, international abbreviation – CZK), the course is approx. 100 CZK = 4 Euro.

Don’t waste your time on holidays or vacation travel destination! We invite you to the Czech fairy tale and your heart will remain forever in the Czech Republic!