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Czech Republic

Whether you’re a history buff, a foodie, or an outdoor enthusiast, the Czech Republic is sure to captivate. In addition to its cities, the country is also home to breathtaking natural landscapes, including the Bohemian Forest, the Moravian Karst, and the Krkonoše Mountains. These areas offer excellent opportunities for hiking, skiing, and outdoor recreation, making the Czech Republic a perfect destination for nature lovers.

There are a host of natural parks in Europe, some of which are unknown to the public. Here are 5 nature destinations off the beaten track!
We will take you on a whirlwind tour of the city to discover the best shopping in Prague and where to buy that perfect gift or a little something for yourself!
A small selection of the most beautiful parks in the world where you can picnic, jog or bike. Some might be unfamiliar, while others, entirely magical.
A list of the five most significant and beautiful castles in Europe, from Switzerland to Scotland and why they are worth a detour, no matter how big.
The culinary history of the Czech Republic is rooted in war, invasions and hunger. Here are some classical dishes, and where you can taste them in Prague!
To really visit Prague, you have to go where the locals live and play! Our suggestions on where to eat and drink in 5 different neighbourhoods in the city.
Looking to get inspired? Here are 10 of our most iconic and quintessentially European holiday experiences that you will never want to forget.
In case you need some convincing, here are our top 10 reasons to visit Prague on your next vacation.
24 hours in Prague might not be enough to get your fill but this itinerary that will allow you to see and taste as much of the Czech capital as possible.
A rooftop terrace, a café in a museum or a superb terrace in a courtyard… Where to find these hidden gems? Here are our top picks for terraces in Europe.
185,900,000: number of litres of beer consumed by Czechs in 2018. Here are 4 unique ways to enjoy beer in Prague, city of Czech Republic.
There’s no better way to explore and experience Prague than by jumping on the tram! Live like a local and ride the rails to discover this exciting city.
If you’re looking to enjoy a view of Prague with fewer crowds, skip the usual suspects and check out these three locals’ spots.
Discover two of Prague’s hippest, prettiest, and most accessible neighbourhoods.
Get an inside look at the Czech capital’s fascinating history of puppet craftwork.
Czechs on the record as the world’s greatest beer lovers, chugging more brews, per capita, than anyone, anywhere else on earth, here we present five of the best places to whet your whistle in beautiful, historic Prague.
Business is booming at Prague’s many independent kavernas (cafes). Sitting in one of these landmark spots, teeming with heritage, will make your day – and wait till you see the food!