The czech republic
For tourists from Poland, the Czech Republic usually does not appear to be the main destination of a longer trip. However, although it is a small country, it has a large number of attractions that are not only concentrated within Prague . No matter what type of tourism you prefer, you won't have time to get bored in the Czech Republic. First of all, because at our neighbors you will find a lot of interesting cities and towns , hiding interesting monuments. Secondly, there are plenty of nice recreational areas , perfect for cycling or hiking. The Czech Republic is also an ideal place to relax and take care of your health. Local spas, such as Karlovy Vary or Frantiskovy Lazne , have been very popular for years. For sure, staying with our southern neighbors will make you stop associating them only with a mole, funny language and beer. Because the Czech Republic is a really intriguing and diverse country.
What to visit in the Czech Republic?
The Czech Republic is a little paradise for fans of sightseeing, exploring monuments and various museums. Additionally, our southern neighbors really know how to create interesting tourist products. Therefore, get ready for the power of attractions. What is worth visiting in the Czech Republic? Outside of Prague, be sure to go to the picturesque Mikulov , located on the border with Austria. Also plan a visit to Krumlov or Kromieryż , entered on the UNESCo list. Also, don't forget to see the most famous Czech castle, Karlstejn . If, on the other hand, you are a fan of industrial, slightly more alternative vibes, be sure to go to Ostrava .
Nightlife in the Czech Republic
Czech nightlife revolves around beer . The golden drink with foam is undoubtedly one of the most characteristic symbols of this country. Of course, the best pubs can be found in Prague , Pilsen (where Pilsner Urquell is brewed), Brno and Ostrava . If you are not into beer, you can go for wine tasting. The best Czech wines come from Moravia . In larger cities, apart from the aforementioned beer bars, you will of course also find clubs where you can dance until dawn.
National parks in the Czech Republic
Although you will not find mountains as diverse in the Czech Republic as in Slovakia , the local ranges will also delight you. Especially that you will be able to explore them from the perspective of well-prepared and marked trails. You can count on the most beautiful views in the Giant Mountains , but above all in Czech Switzerland . If you are looking for unusual places, visit the Rock City , famous for its amazing rock formations.
Activities in the Czech Republic
The Czechs, like the Slovaks, are a very active nation. That is why you will find an extensive network of hiking and cycling routes all over the country. Most of them, of course, are within the Giant Mountains, Wielki Jesenik, the Śnieżnik Massif and the Beskids. Bike parks (eg Koprivna, Kouty) and a network of singletrack routes, such as Rychlebskie Ścieżki, which is also very popular among tourists from Poland, await slightly more extreme cyclists . Of course, the Czech Republic also offers a lot of places to practice rock climbing . Among the climbers, the area around the Rock City and Bohemian Switzerland are highly appreciated.
Off the trail in the Czech Republic
If you prefer places that are not very touristy, you will find them easily in the Czech Republic. For example, such Olomouc , which is the capital of Moravia, is treated as a transit destination by most tourists. And it is worth staying in it for a longer time, because it has an impressive old town. Noteworthy is also the little-known Telč , whose old town was included in the UNESCO list. Tourists also visit the Bohemian Paradise a bit less frequently, which often loses to the much more popular Rock Town. There you will find many natural wonders, pleasant walking routes and great views.