Holidays to the Czech Republic in 2014

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Holiday in the Czech Republic

The fascinating Czech Republic borders Poland, Germany, Austria and Slovakia, and became the country it is today in 1993 after Czechoslovakia was dissolved to form Slovakia and the Czech Republic.

In the Czech Republic there are many spectacular castles and chateaux to discover within the historic regions of Bohemia to the west, Moravia to the east and Silesia in the north east.

Attractions on your Czech holiday

The key tourist attraction in the Czech Republic is the beautiful and historic capital city of Prague, although the Krkonose Mountains are excellent for outdoor activities, and Karlstejn and Konopiste superb for castles.

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The Czech Republic is well known for its puppetry and marionettes which date back thousands of years and there are a number of spectacular shops in the city of Prague selling the intricately detailed characters.

When eating out in the Czech Republic, meat dishes are very popular, with pork, beef and chicken dishes but there are generally very few fish dishes on the menu.

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Our top hotels in Czech Republic

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Prague City, Prague

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Top Cities

Prague is the Czech Republic’s beautiful historic capital city. The city sits on the Vltava River and is filled with spectacular attractions, exciting nightlife and fantastic restaurants. Karlovy Vary is a historic Czech city that is famous for its hot springs and spas. The city is filled with beautiful buildings and monuments as well as luxury spas and relaxing natural hot springs.


Prague has a large number of museums such as the National Gallery of Prague, the National Museum and the Museum of Communism. There are also plenty of art galleries and music venues all over the city. The Czech Republic is well known for its excellent beer and Prague is the home of the Pilsner Lager. There are a number of breweries around the country that offer beer tasting as well as tours of the breweries, ideal for any beer lovers.


Prague is known for its exciting and vibrant nightlife, there are hundreds of bars all over the city, perfect whether you want to sip cocktails on a terrace as the sun goes down, or enjoy drinks deals into the early hours. The city has a number of excellent clubs playing all sorts of musical genres, from techno to disco. Prague also has a number of casinos if you fancy a flutter at the roulette table or want to try your chances at blackjack.


Church of Our Lady before Tyn is a spectacular building in the Old town region of Prague, with 80 metre towers the church is well worth a visit. Prague Castle is the largest castle in the world, sitting above the city the castle complex is made of palaces, halls, churches and gardens. Prague Cathedral is housed within the Castle complex, the cathedral in s beautiful example of Roman Catholic Gothic architecture.