The country which is known for its enchanting castles, native beers, and history is the Czech Republic. It is located in Central Europe, situated southeast of Germany and bordering Austria to the south, Poland to the north and Slovakia to the southeast. Fortified Medieval castles, 14-century buildings, museums, concert halls, gothic churches, and fortresses – all this awaits you in this marvelous country. If you travel to this place, you’ll probably enjoy its ambiance, attraction and of the traditional European tour path.
Here are the following lists of locations you can visit and appreciate:
It has been the capital of Bohemia and the Roman Empire and is the largest city of the Czech Republic. It grew during both the Gothic and Renaissance eras. Mainly, it has the most culturally rich and has an architectural, artistic highlight which makes the city so unique. A traveler who is art lovers will surely admire this spot and will see the Giant Metronome, or the Fred and Ginger Dancing House. More pictures of treasure will collect while taking shots to the grace of this area.
Plzen is known worldwide as the home of the namesake of Pilsner beer. Great structural design must see the St Bartholemew’s Cathedral, the Great Synagogue, and the Renaissance-style Town Hall. You will not probably resist buying beers as a souvenir because it is the town which has a vibrant economic center for breweries.
It is a giant series of underground limestone caverns and gorges that stretch for thousands of square kilometers. Furthermore, the region highlights its underground cavern ceilings. There are also well-marked biking paths which serve as a way to explore more the district. It truly defines the majestic place and can pull more people who want to get attracted.
Found in Moravia region, this town created as a port in the 14th Century to facilitate trade between Bohemia, Moravia, and Austria. However, there are a lot of historical and astounding churches built that can invite a lot of photographers, architectural and history buffs.
If ever you will pass through this location, the first thing that will boost in your mind is that you are in a magical story full of green trees and charming castles. This 14th Century Gothic Castle was the home of Holy Roman Emperor Charles IV.
One thing that best described in this section- colorful. This borough has a lot of vivid house with several colors. Aside from that the most famous hot spring is the main attraction which is believed to heal anything from poor digestion to body tumors. Tourists who want to experience miracles are the ones who are perfect for this.
It began to blast and prosper as the town’s mountains were shown to have a large silver deposit in the 12th century. It had created magnificent gothic buildings while under the control of Germany. Many preserved buildings are here, and this is ideal for medieval lovers.