CZECH REPUBLIC TOURIST PLACES

Considered to be one of the must-visit destinations in the world, check out these best places to visit in Czech Republic without which your trip to this paradise is totally incomplete.

1. Prague

Prague

Prague is the most beautiful part of Europe that is all about superb street cafes with the art scenes, sculptures made by David Cerny, gorgeous buildings with beautiful architecture, and much more. With something to offer to everyone, visit major attractions like Naplavka, the DOX gallery, Letna Park, the banks of Vltava River, and a lot many uncountable places on your next visit to Prague.
Best Place To stay In Prague: Mandarin Oriental
Must-Experiences: Visit the Prague Castle, walk over the Charles Bridge, explore the Old Town, visit St. Vitus Cathedral, and Malá Strana.
Best Time To Visit: April to October

2. Olomouc

Olomouc

Located in the eastern Moravia, Olomouc is one of the best places to visit in Czech Republic that is known for its fountains made in Baroque style, religious sculptures, and old-world charm. A popular university town, it is indeed a vibrant, quirky, and a historical metropolis that forms the heart of Moravia. Home to one of the majestic protected sites by UNESCO called the Trinity Column, Olomouc is undoubtedly a must-visit place when in Czech Republic.

Best Place To stay: Theresian Hotel & Spa
Must-Experiences: Visit the Saint Wenceslas Cathedral, Olomouc Zoo, the Upper Square, Muzeum umění Olomouc, Archbishop’s Palace, and more.
Best Time To Visit: April to May or September to October

3. Ostrava

Ostrava

Are you a music freak? Then Ostrava is an ideal place for you. Known for the parties and music festivals like Colors of Ostrava, get going to explore the city’s lively pubs and clubs all over. Sharing its borders with Poland at a distance of 15 kms only, it is the most beautiful and breathtaking conflux of Opava, Odra, Lučina, and Ostravice. Also, it is one of the best places to visit in Czech Republic other than Prague.

Best Place To stay: Imperial hotel
Must-Experiences: Ostrava Zoo, Lower Vítkovice, Mining Museum Landek Park, explore the Ostravice, visit the Bolt Tower, and more.
Best Time To Visit: mid of March to mid of May, and September to November

4. Liberec

Liberec

Those who are looking for places to visit in Czech Republic where they can enjoy the beautiful nature with a touch of adventure, need not look further than Liberec. This place has the perfect balance of art and adventure when can also find beautiful museums. While one can hike and ski at Jizera Mountains, one can also visit Jested peak that offers jaw-dropping views.

Best Place To stay: Pytloun Grand Hotel
Must-Experiences: Visit Ještěd and Ještěd Tower, admire the Liberec Town Hall, Frýdštejn Castle, Mšeno Reservoir, landscape of Vesec, and more.
Best Time To Visit: June to September

5. Ceske Budejovice

Ceske Budejovice

Ceske Budejovice is a place where you will find the world’s best beer known as Budweiser. Also, if you are looking for places to visit in Czech Republic where you can find peace and quiet, then this is where you should head to. Much famed for Budejovice Majales which is conducted annually for the travelers to enjoy non-commercial and free festivals, this event lasts for a few days wherein one can enjoy the live culture of the city. For witnessing the best of Czech’s southern part, make sure you visit Ceske Budejovice without a miss.

Best Place To stay: Hotel Budweis
Must-Experiences: Visit the Black Tower, explore Malše, do not miss out on Samson’s fountain, visit Cathedral of St Nicholas, České Budějovice, and more.
Best Time To Visit: June to September

6. Brno

Brno

Brno is the second biggest city of the country, despite the fact that the place is ideal for those who want to explore everything at one place. Considered as one of the top places to visit in Czech Republic, Brno is a vibrant city with architectural marvels, cafes, good vibes, and everything that can make you fall in love with its charm.

Best Place To stay: Barcelo Brno Palace
Must-Experiences: Explore the caves of Moravian Karst, visit Špilberk Castle, Villa Tugendhat, visit the Cathedral of St. Peter and Paul, spend a quiet evening at Brno Reservoir, and more.
Best Time To Visit: mid of March to mid of May, and September to November

7. Adršpach Rock City

Adršpach Rock City

Spread across an area of about 17 square kms, Adršpach Rock City is a land that is famous for formations made out sandstone that are pretty unusual in appearance. Serving as the perfect city for those who’re looking forward to an offbeat adventure, this famous rock city is also popular for being home to numerous pilgrimage spots that date back to the 18th century.

Best Place To stay: Hotel Adrspach
Must-Experiences: Teplice Rocks, Ostaš Labyrinth, Střmen Castle, Guard Tower, Lion’s Cage, Rock Crown, and more.
Best Time To Visit: First half of June

8. Mariánské Lázně

Mariánské Lázně

Located in the heart of West Bohemia, Mariánské Lázně is reckoned to be the home of mineral springs which is why it is also called the spa town of Czech Republic. Filled with museums, theater, memorials, different monuments, and beautiful towers, the whole town is encircled by dense forests and natural green parks.

Best Place To stay: Hotel Continental
Must-Experiences: Witness the beautiful Singing Fountain, explore the Park Boheminium, and lookout Hamelika, enjoy skiing at Ski resort Mariánk, and more.
Best Time To Visit: July to August

9. Šumava National Park

Sumava National Park

Be it the rolling hills, mighty mountains, the high-rising pine trees or the shimmering lakes, Šumava National Park offers a sight to worth treasuring forever. For those who want to relax in the lap of nature and be surrounded with nothing else but peace, must have Šumava National Park on top of their list of places to visit in Czech Republic.

Best Place To stay: Hotel MADR
Must-Experiences: Trek to the Boubín Hill, visit the Lake Laka, explore the Jezerní slať, enjoy skiing at České Žleby, witness the Prameny Vltavy, and more.
Best Time To Visit: May to September

10. Loket

Loket

Located in the district of Sokolov, Loket is a quaint little town that is home to about 3000 locals. Encircled by River Ohře on all three sides, it forms an unique shape like that of an elbow due to which it got its present name. Having made a debut in the James Bond film Casino Royale, make sure you do not miss out on exploring this historical town on your next visit to the Czech land.

Best Place To stay: Pension Ulrika
Must-Experiences: Explore the Loket Castle, visit the Svatoš rocks, witness the giant Moučné pytle, visit the Schwarzer Turm, and more.
Best Time To Visit: July to October

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