Czech Republic

Panorama of Charles bridge in Prague, Czech Republic
 
Baroque Bridge, Czech Republic
 
The old town of Cesky Krumlov, Czech Republic
 

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Joanne Wheeler Ceské Budejovice situated in South Bohemia in the Czech Republic is also known as Budweis, its German name used in the 19th century and is famous for its Renaissance and Baroque Buildings, for the biggest and one of the most picturesque squares in the Czech Republic and for its local beer, the Budvar. This local beer, also known as Budweiser, inspired the American beer of the same name.
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Czech Republic Holidays

Our Czech Republic holidays allow you to explore a land of rich cultural heritage. An impressive twelve UNESCO sites sets the Czech Republic apart from its European neighbours. Bohemia and Moravia are the two ancient lands which now make up the modern Czech Republic. Its countryside provides the ideal location for active holidays such as cycling or skiing, or for more relaxing pursuits head to one of the many spas on offer.

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Prague is a city best explored on foot; take in the many museums and galleries, admire the well-preserved architecture of the Old Town and walk across Charles Bridge to the imposing Hradcany Castle and St Vitus Cathedral, where classical concerts are often heard booming from its atmospheric chambers.

However there’s more to Czech Republic holidays than just Prague. Make sure to also visit Ceský Krumlov, a magnificent old city of crooked alleys and cobbled streets, where a visit to the 13th-century Gothic castle provides breathtaking views.

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