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Travel Info. Home Travel Info. Before travelling to a destination you have never been to before, it is advisable to get hold of some basic information in order to avoid unpleasant surprises. We have prepared a summary of everything a foreigner might need in the Czech Republic. We will advise you on what clothes you should take with you, how to

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(Just Now) 1918-1938: The First Republic – An Exhibition Project of the National Gallery in Prague. Prague. Sep 12 2019 - Dec 30 2022.

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(1 days ago) From Saturday 31 July 2021, the conditions of travel of children from 6 to 12 years old from countries with a high and very high risk of infection (red and dark red countries) are changing. Upon arrival, these children will only need to complete a PCR test within 5 days.

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(4 days ago) The World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) awards the Safe Travels stamp to those countries that are doing their best to make travelling safe again. The Czech Republic has received this stamp for the high level of hygienic and safety standards, thanks to an application submitted by CzechTourism with WTTC.

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(7 days ago) Blogs & Travel Inspiration. Welcome to the Czech Republic inspiration page! From the streets of Prague to the slopes of the Krkonoše, the Czech Republic is overflowing with experiences for every kind of traveller. Read on to discover seasonal travel inspiration as well as the latest news, events and announcements from the Czech Republic.

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(4 days ago) Home Travel Info Transport in the Czech Republic. The Czech Republic is one of the main transit points in Europe. The largest and main Czech airport is the international airport in Prague-Ruzyně, which changed its name to Václav Havel Airport Prague in 2012.

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(5 days ago) Come up to the surface – dive down again, that is the credo of the playful River Punkva, the longest underground river in the Czech Republic. The Punkva is a subterranean river in the area of the Moravian Karst, close to the famous Macocha Abyss, and is almost thirty kilometres long. Travel along it on motor boats and experience a bit of adventure in the bowels of the rocks with stalactite

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(4 days ago) The Moravian Karst with more than a thousand caves and Macocha Abyss are also worth investigating. You will find two regions with unique folklore traditions in Moravia, Moravian Slovakia and Moravian Wallachia. It is also worth visiting the technical monuments in Ostrava and the former empire of the shoemaking company Baťa, the city of Zlín.

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(Just Now) Visit one of the oldest vineyards in the Czech Republic, which ranks among the ten best vineyard locations in Europe. Its ideal conditions are ensured by a south-facing slope and high quality soil in the very heart of Podyjí National Park where it is located right on …

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(4 days ago) The Vltava riverside in Prague attracts visitors for romantic strolls throughout the year. There is always something happening there. When you go explore the busiest area along Rašínovo nábřeží (between the Dancing House and the National Theatre), you will definitely notice the tall Renaissance tower with dark bricks, leaning against a low block with large windows

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(6 days ago) Even though it is the smallest Czech national park, the Podyjí National Park is among the most important natural sites in Central Europe. Here you will find an exceptionally well-preserved river valley in a richly wooded landscape full of breathtaking scenery. Among the meanders of the Dyje (Thaya) River is a unique reserve which will enchant you with its charm, warm climate and the many ways

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(1 days ago) A site standing as a memorial to Czech history, shrouded in legends and myths old as the nation itself, the seat of the mythical Přemysl princes, the last resting place of the most eminent of Czech artists and one of the symbols of Czech statehood. This is mythical Vyšehrad – an extensive complex spreading out on a high promontory overlooking the Vltava River, whose dark silhouette of

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(2 days ago) Proof of the fact that the Moravian capital still has its secrets, is the newly renovated Brno underground under Zelný trh. It was only recently that a tour route was opened here for the general public, which leads under the surface of one of the oldest squares in Brno. If you want to enjoy the unique experience of an underground labyrinth, an interesting exhibition or tour in period costumes

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(7 days ago) It would be hard to imagine a more fairytale-like little town than Telč. A square which looks like it has come straight from the stories of Hans Christian Andersen, a romantic chateau and crystal clear fishponds surrounding the city. Telč is the most perfect example of the Italian Renaissance north of the Alps and a town with one of the most beautiful squares in Europe.

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(8 days ago) Carp in the bathtub, for dinner and even in the wallet Czechs traditionally serve carp with potato salad for Christmas dinner. It was not before the 19 th century that carp made its way onto Czech Christmas tables, but it has been an indispensable symbol of Czech Christmas ever since. Poached carp with vegetables and spices is one of the traditional recipes.

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(Just Now) Czech Republic offers a variety of activities. Come to see the Best of them! You can travel to different regions, go cycling, enjoy atmosphere in beautiful cities, explore UNESCO monuments or …

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(4 days ago) Come for a visit to the National Stud Farm in Kladruby nad Labem! You can enjoy tours of the stables, chateau, coach storage and harness storage, the museum of horse breeding in Kladruby, the forester’s house with a simulator of a ride in a coach – and if you still have some energy left, you can climb a lookout tower. The stud farm is a breeding stable of white horses of the Old Kladruby

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(2 days ago) We will give you some tips on where to go for culture and entertainment, whether you are travelling to the Czech Republic alone or with your family. Whether coming alone or with your kids, the Czech Republic provides perfect enjoyment. We choose the best for you and we will give you tips on where to go when you want to see a theatre performance

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(6 days ago) You can travel after 21 days from the first vaccination at the earliest, or one day after a booster injection. Pet animal passport ; Four-legged pets must have a pet animal passport. It is a uniform document valid in all EU member states. Each passport is marked with a country code and a serial number.

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(4 days ago) The Vltava River trail – a fascinating opportunity for you to navigate a boat from České Budějovice all the way to Hamburg. The adventure starts in the South Bohemian metropolis at Lanna Shipyard, then meanders via Hluboká nad Vltavou to Týn nad Vltavou and beyond, after taking a turn upstream the Lužnice River, to Koloděje nad Lužnicí, which features the newly renovated Mitrowicz

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(1 days ago) After 1948, travel outside Czechoslovakia was limited by the communist regime, so most residents got no vacation choices. They began to build their second homes in cottages and chalets in the countryside. The building owners had to improvise because there was a lack of building materials.

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(5 days ago) For over a century, Poděbrady has been one of the most important Czech spa towns. This is chiefly thanks to its springs, stable weather, and harmonious environment on the banks of the Elbe, along with the calm atmosphere of its colonnade surrounded by a well-maintained park and stylish cafés.

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(5 days ago) One life is not enough to explore all hidden gems and activities the Czech Republic has to offer! Castles, chateaux, twelve UNESCO monuments and historical cities are some of the most popular trip destinations in the Czech Republic. Come and see the winding lanes with their magical atmosphere, medieval ramparts and romantic corners.

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(1 days ago) Every hour, hundreds of tourists from all over the world with cameras at the ready gather in front of the Old Town Hall to enjoy a fascinating mechanical performance which in the Middle Ages was considered one of the wonders of the world. The Prague Astronomical Clock, which for 600 years has been one of the greatest treasures of the city, still amazes people with its procession of Apostles

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(9 days ago) The extensive ruins of a Gothic castle soar high over the Malošín Mountain near the town of Bavorov in South Bohemia. The area of the Helfenburk Castle of 1.27 hectares makes it one of the largest ruins in the Czech Republic. It has a well-preserved defence system of cannon and defence bastions. The ruins also contain a large, two-bay palace.

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(1 days ago) In 1992, the tallest structure in Prague, the 216 meter high television tower, was built in Mahler Gardens on the border between Žižkov and Vinohrady. It offers, in addition to its unique circular view of the city, a restaurant, cafe, bar and the six-star luxury suites of the OneRoom Hotel.

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(Just Now) The West Bohemian city of Cheb is one of the oldest and historically most valuable Czech cities. It is also a place that witnessed one of the greatest conspiracies in Czech history. Due to the large number of magnificently preserved historical sites and its unique medieval atmosphere, Cheb is one of the most beautiful cities in the Czech Republic.

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(5 days ago) Home Destinations. In this small country at the heart of Europe, you will always have a copious wealth of natural and cultural treasures within reach. Nowhere is too far for you to be able to set out for. Discover the historical heritage of the Czech Republic: the most interesting castles and chateaux, UNESCO monuments and also the fascinating

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(3 days ago) Narrow winding lanes, picturesque squares, town walls and church towers – this is the romance of the old market towns. Set out on a trip to cities full of romantic atmosphere and pulsing with life! Unforgettable experiences await you – breathtaking views and superb culinary delights while taking a seat in one of the cafes or restaurants

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(8 days ago) In two parts we would like to introduce you to some basic Czech traditions and customs that are often older than the oldest written records. Although Christianity was brought to the area of today’s Czech Republic by missionaries St. Cyril and Methodius 1150 years ago, the pagan roots of celebrating the winter solstice are still especially evident in traditional folk customs.

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(6 days ago) Few places in Central Europe offer such a harmonious landscape as the Šumava National Park. The deep forests on the Czech-Bavarian border are so vast as to form the largest forested area on the continent. A combination of centuries-old primaeval forests, crystal-clear glacial lakes, and mysterious peat bogs creates a uniquely poetic place for active holidays at all times of year.

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(3 days ago) Villa Tugendhat has borne witness to the birth of modern housing and also to the tragic fate of the people who lived there. This work by the famous German architect Mies van der Rohe is to this very day regarded as one of the four most important villas in the world. Thanks to its values, this gem of modern architecture has also been included in the UNESCO world heritage list.

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(6 days ago) Sorela, a word based on the term Socialist Realism in architecture, denotes buildings built in the mid-20th century. These buildings had a uniform look, in the Russian style, which represented the then-peak of perfection. Sorela was mainly applied in newer towns: Kladno, Karviná, Havířov and Ostrava.

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(1 days ago) The Old Town Hall with the famous Prague Astronomical Clock.The winding lanes of the Jewish Quarter, which you know from the novels of Franz Kafka, steeped in the legend of the Golem. Cafes enticing you to come and have a seat, boutiques and sight-seeing cruises on the Vltava.The Gothic Charles Bridge and Church of St. Nicholas in the Lesser Town, the most beautiful Baroque church in Prague.

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(8 days ago) Amid the ongoing COVID-19 travel restrictions, CzechTourism has announced it is encouraging travellers to ‘Plan Today, Czech In 2021’ by creating a guide to the top 21 things to do in the Czech Republic next year. CzechTourism hopes to provide some travel inspiration for the new year from exploring Prague on a shoestring with the ‘Prague Unlocked’ discount scheme to heading off the

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(9 days ago) The grounds of the botanical garden are situated on the right bank of the Vltava river near Troja Castle and the Prague Zoo and has a an area of about 50 ha. The most famous part is the Fata Morgana greenhouse, but the garden also includes an outdoor exhibition including vineyards and …

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(2 days ago) Its trail was a source of permanent confl icts with equally powerful neighbours, the Lords of Hradec. The confl ict led to a regular war and at the end to a personal duel of implacable opponents, in which Vilém of Landštejn was mortally wounded. The route was diverted in …

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(7 days ago) Behind the origins of the Art Nouveau style at the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries was a desire for the harmonious expression of a “total work of art”. Today it is precisely Art Nouveau buildings that are an essential part of many Czech cities and are among the most beautiful structures that modern architecture brought to the Czech lands. Let yourself be enchanted by the elegant

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(9 days ago) South Moravia is the warmest and most fertile region in the Czech Republic and you can also find the oldest traces of settlement in the Czech territory there. It is a place worth visiting both for those who love nature and those who are interested in cultural monuments.

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(1 days ago) The world-famous composer Leoš Janáček was born in Hukvaldy in the Moravian-Silesian region. He is the author of the famous opera Her Stepdaughter, which premiered in 1904. This masterpiece fascinates music lovers around the world to this day. Information on …

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(9 days ago) The Bohemian Switzerland it isn’t just about rock formations; there are also idyllic boat trips to enjoy in the area’s gorges. Board a punt heading downstream or upstream on the River Kamenice; these craft are manned by ferrymen who provide an interesting commentary. The trip through the Edmund Gorge is 960m long and takes around 20 minutes; the Divoká Gorge is 450m long and can be

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(4 days ago) The Velehrad Monastery, and in particular its basilica, is the spiritual heart of the Czech Republic. It was here that a millennium of Christian history began in this part of Europe, a fact reflected in the annual National Pilgrimage involving tens of thousands of people. In 2013 it was 1150 years since the arrival of Apostles of the Slavs, Cyril and Methodius.

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(7 days ago) Erected between the Orlické Mountains and Jeseníky Mountains in 2015, the Sky Walk is a wooden structure 55 metres above the ground that will take you beyond the tree tops and even higher. Standing some 1116 metres above sea level, its top section commands a beautiful view of the Králický Sněžník massif as well as the valley of the River Morava.

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(6 days ago) Český Krumlov, poetically called the Gate to Šumava, is a town where you either want to live or at least visit repeatedly. The town surrounded with meanders of the Vltava River used to be a seat of many powerful Bohemian families. Today, there is a protected monument reservation in the centre, a large collection of the work of Egon Schiele, a fascinating photo studio, and one of the most

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(1 days ago) Language. The language spoken in the Czech Republic, basic vocabulary and 10 things you didn't know about this language. The official language of the Czech Republic is Czech. It is spoken by approx. 10.6 million people. Czech falls within the West Slavic language group and therefore is similar to Polish, as well as Russian and Croatian.

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(4 days ago) The open-air museum in the village at the foot of the Hostýn Highlands near Kroměříž or Zlín offers a view of the rural life in the Haná Region during the 18th and 19th centuries. Several farmsteads are completed with a blacksmith’s house, a saddler’s workshop, a windmill, and a fort where you can see an exposition dedicated to windmills in Moravia and Silesia. The houses

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