Czech Republic Holidays 2015

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Captivating Czech Republic

Since its split from Czechoslovakia in 1993, the independent nation of the Czech Republic has thrived on countless fronts, from tourism and sport to economy and socialism, you’ll discover a myriad of sites and engrossing aspects to Czech Republic holidays. While Prague and its surroundings are a focal point of anyone’s trip to the country, the Czech Republic is teeming with attractions, from ancient cities to stunning natural beauty.

The country holds a vibrant spa town heritage, and you’ll find many of these wonderful escapes spanning luxury and comfort that will offer immense relaxation and indulgence to holidaymakers looking for a bit of history in a rejuvenating atmosphere. Outdoor enthusiasts will relish some of the landscapes available to them, providing some wonderful hiking and biking opportunities during your holidays to Czech Republic. But it is Prague city that holds the most treats for visitors, the country’s capital, and an endless array of captivating historical sites.

Prague and Other Treasures

Prague tends to serve as the entry point for most visitors to the country, a thriving capital that has long attracted a range of holidaymakers, from the young, stag weekend crowds searching for cheap and fulfilling nightlife, to the culture vultures looking to delve into the history and ideals of the city’s heritage. Stroll across the iconic Charles Bridge and make your way into the stunning historic centre of Prague. The Old Town and its square is one of the most incredible locations to encounter during Czech Republic holidays, home to the famed Astronomical Clock and the towering spires of Tyn Church, while being lined by great eateries and bars in which to soak up the bygone atmosphere.

If you can drag yourself away from the magnetic lure of Prague, you’ll discover much more to the country, including monasteries, castles, churches, caves and countryside, as well as plenty more engrossing cities and towns. Olomouc is a popular stop, predominantly a student town but home to numerous attractions such as the Town Hall and Holy Trinity Column, while Karlovy Vary is the most renowned spa resort in the country, home to 12 separate hot springs sites to soak in. Holidays in Czech Republic aren’t complete without a good sampling session of the country’s iconic beer, and where better than Pilsen, home of the original Pilsner Urquell beer.

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Kavalir Hotel

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Hotel Popelka

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Hotel St George

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Jurys Inn Prague Hotel

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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.

Attractions

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.

Nightlife

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.

Architecture

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.