Czech Republic

Admire the magnificent Gothic, Baroque, Art Nouveau and Cubist architectural styles in the UNESCO World Heritage historical center of Prague.

Visit Cesky Krumlov and admire the impressive castle ramparts perched on a cliff.

Admire the Gothic and Baroque architecture that dominates the historical center of Karlovy Vary.

Discover the secrets of Budweiser Budvar brewery in Ceske Budejovice.

Visit Karlstejn, one of the most beautiful castles in the Czech Republic.

Discover the town of Kutna Hora, dominated by the Gothic cathedral listed as World Heritage by UNESCO.

Admire the beautiful churches in the city of Brno.

Relax at a spa resort in Bohemia and Moravia.

Hike in the Sumava forest, the largest national park in the country.

The Czech Republic has a temperate climate, with hot summers and relatively cold and snowy winters. The temperatures vary depending on the altitude. The Czech Republic can be visited throughout the year, although one of the most popular periods is during late summer – early fall.



One of the most attractive tourist destinations in the Czech Republic is the capital city, Prague. Located on the Vltava River, the city of one hundred spires is renowned all over the world and ranked as one of the most charming cities in Europe. This is the perfect destination if you are interested about historical sights and admire the beautiful scenery that blends the old and the new.

Healing Spas

With a balneological tradition that dates back hundreds of years and more than 40 spa cities with wonderful architecture, the Czech Republic is one of the best spa destinations in the world. All the Czech spas combine natural resources with class leading medical care and state of the art methods of rehabilitation that have a huge impact on both the mind and the body. The most famous and popular spa towns are found in the west-bohemian spa triangle: Karlovy Vary, Marianske Lazne and Frantiskovy Lazne.