What to see in the Czech Republic?

The Czech Republic can be proud of its hills and mountains. I could characterize its landscape like a bowl. I mean, borders of the country are mountains which are like a fortress. This relief creates many national parks and gives the opportunity to see beautiful panoramic views.

My Nr.1 in the Czech Republic is Prague! But there are much more to see in the country.

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Cloud Trail in Dolni Morava. 

Sky Walk where you can see all the landscape for 55 m higher. Check here for more information: http://www.dolnimorava.cz/en/about-the-sky-walk




Lom Velka Amerika. 

Called also as a Czech Grand Canyon. The place is a partly flooded, abandoned limestone quarry near Mořina village, close to the Karlštejn Castle. Canyon is 800 m long, 200 m wide and 80-100 m deep with an 18 m deep lake on the bottom. The place has several times been used by Czech filmmakers.




Karlštejn Castle.

A large Gothic castle founded in 1348 by Charles IV. Located about 30 km (19 mi) southwest of Prague above the village of the same name. It is one of the most famous and most frequently visited castles in the Czech Republic.

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Česky Krumlov. 

A small town in the South Bohemian Region of the Czech Republic. One of my favourite towns in the Czech Republic. It is really beautiful and also kind of magical.




Karlovy Vary. 

It is a resort city of the Czech Republic. It is famous also because of its Karlovy Vary International Film Festival. It is also a place where James Bond Casino Royal was filmed. Besides film industry, there are hot mineral springs which they use for a spa. The best-known town in the world-renowned West Bohemian Spa Triangle. Click here for more information: https://olympic-palace.cz/en/pamatky

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A town of the steel.

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Another small and beautiful town. Place where the beer Pilsner Urquell comes from. Its brewery is located there.

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This is my favourite national park in the Czech Republic. Maybe it is something that I hadn’t seen before.


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Kutna Hora. 

A town is known already since 1142 when there was the monastery built. In the first picture, you can see the church of St. Barbara. Kutna Hora is also famous of its Sedlec Ossuary, called as Bone Church.

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Bohemian Switzerland. 

This national park was established on 1st January of 2000 and covers an area of nearly 80km2, is the youngest national park in the Czech Republic.



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All of the places are a great option for a 1 day trip from Prague. I hope you will have a possibility to visit at least some of these places!

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8 Comments Add yours

  1. realcamplife says:

    Just one place missing – Czech paradise! 😀 (I grew up in there so for me it is the most beautiful place in Czech republic, but I admit that it is quite similar to Adrsbach or Bohemian Switzerland 🙂 )

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    1. Oh, yes! I totally forgot! That is true that Czech Paradise is also one of the most beautiful places there 🙂


  2. PragueByKaty says:

    Lovely,and much more to see here :-), thanks

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    1. PragueByKaty says:

      And I love Latvia as well, by the way, Riga is gorgeous city ( my favourite one) and the country is beautiful :-).

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      1. Nice to hear that! 🙂 I will create some posts about Latvia and Riga soon 🙂

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  3. Czechia is a wonderful travel country. Near Karlovy Vary, there are more really beautiful small towns like Marianske Lazne. The list goes on and on!

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    1. Great! Thanks! Will keep it in mind! 🙂


  4. Her Own Beat says:

    This looks like another paradise. It’s already on my bucket list, but it’s definitely moved up after seeing these photos.

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