Czech Republic Travel Guide
Planted firmly in the heart of Central Europe, the Czech Republic is culturally and historically more closely linked to Western, particularly Germanic, culture than any of its former Eastern-bloc brethren. The most popular tourist destination in the region, Prague was discovered shortly after the fall of the Iron Curtain. But the stunning medieval towns in southern Bohemia and the famous spa resorts of the west are just as approachable. Travelers looking to get off the beaten path may wish to head for Moravia, the lesser-visited region in the eastern Czech Republic.
Cities in Czech Republic
- České Budějovice
- Český Krumlov
- Český Šternberk
- Františkovy Lázně
- Hluboká nad Vltavou
- Jindřichův Hradec
- Karlovy Vary
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