The Czech Republic

Its most beautiful places

The Czech Republic offers tourists many attractive places. Let’s go see a few of them:


he capital city of the CR offers a high concentration of sights and other attractions. Its historical center forms part of the UNESCO world cultural heritage, and it is one of the best preserved medieval cities of Europe. 

  • Český Krumlov

Český Krumlov is another city belonging on the list of UNESCO municipal monument reservations. The renaissance castle and chateau from the 13th century dominate the town. The chateau features a gorgeous garden with a revolving auditorium. The magical town invites us to visit many galleries, museums, and shops.

  • Kutná Hora

The historical center of Kutná Hora belongs to the UNESCO world heritage. It also contains two important church monuments: The Church of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary, and the St. Barbara Church. There is also a unique charnel house. The silver mining, which made Kutná Hora the second most important town of the Kingdom in medieval ages, is nowadays only commemorated by a museum.

  • The Konopiště Chateau

The chateau was founded in the 13th century. Only the Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria remodeled it into its existing form, creating a representative Emperor’s seat of it. Besides charming representative halls, one can also find a magnificent collection of weapons and statutes of St. George here.

  • Loket + The Loket castle

This small West-Bohemian town with a charming historical zone and ancient stone castle from the 12th century lies close to Karlovy Vary (Carlsbad). In nice weather, you can walk here along the Svatošské rocks. 

  • The Kynžvart Chateau

The chateau features precious artistic collections of porcelain, weapons, and peculiarities collected by the Austrian chancellor, Metternich. 

  • The chateau and brewery of Chyše

The village of Chyše lies approximately 40 kilometers of Karlovy Vary in the direction of Prague. The main decoration of the community is its chateau, the seat of the Lažansky House. History lovers can take a chateau tour that comprises three parts: chateau interiors, chateau cellars, and an exposure covering Karel Čapek’s stay at this castle in 1917. Romantics are strongly recommended to go for a stroll in the chateau park. Gourmets should not miss the chateau restaurant and beer lovers should pay visit the chateau brewery where they can enjoy beer tasting. The beer of Chyše is brewed according to old Bohemian recipes, using prime quality Bohemian and Moravian malts, Žatec hops, and natural sparkling water from the Doupovske Mountains. The local brewery produces three kinds of yeast beer ‘Prokop’ (light, amber and lager), each of them being available on tap or bottled. The bottled beer can be bought in an exclusive gift package.


Mariánské lázně (Marienbad) is the youngest spa in the Czech Republic. Besides the spa treatment, the town features a few important sights - colonnades, spa buildings, a singing fountain, and an orthodox church.


Another of the peaks of the spa triangle was named after the Austrian Emperor Franz Joseph I..

  • Plzeň (Pilsen)

The metropolis of West Bohemia is famous mainly due to brewing beer and machinery production. Besides the brewery, do not forget to come see the Náměstí republiky, dominated by the St. Bartholomew Church.