Country of world’s heaviest consumers of beer, where you can find and drink great taste beers. There is over 2,000 castles, keeps, and castle ruins in the, one of the highest density in the world. You can find there famous spas and great mountain regions. Don’t be shy, go and pick up some mushrooms as said tradition…
Language: Czech / Population: 10,5 million / Currency: Czech Koruna
Climate of the Czech Republic is as typical European continental influenced climate with warm, dry summers and fairly cold winters. January is the coldest month. In summer daytime temperatures reach 20-25°C, but sometimes even higher, around 30°C or more. In most of the time is dry weather with sunny spells. July is the warmest month with an average Temperature of nearly 20°C.
Required clothing: Lightweight cotton clothing is advised for the summer months, with a Sweater for cool evenings and an umbrella or raincoat. Waterproof medium- to heavywear is neccesary for the winter.
Cuisine Czech cuisine is quite heavy and calorific but very tasty. Czechs eat a lot of meat dishes (beef, pork, veal, duck goose, chicken and game) potatoes (knedliky, škubánky, bramboráki) and soups. The most popular soup is garlic (Česneková polévka), onion (Cibulová polévka) and tripe soup (Dršťková polévka). Among the meat dishes we mention sirloin in cream sauce (Svíčková) stew (Gulas), pork chop (Vepřový Řízek). The Czech Republic is a paradise for beer lovers. It is believed that the Czech beer is one of the best in the world. The most famous brands are Pilsner, Kozel, Budweiser, Staropramen. if you’re a fan of “thrill” I recommend Absinthe.
2. Food Shopping Shop off brand in discount, you can find many products in grocery stores like Albert and Lidl that have their own brand of products that are almost always a few crowns cheaper.
Expense report for Czech Republic travel guide are based on my individual experience, big Mac index and online research. (2015)
|Big Mac||€ 2,50|
|Bread||€ from 1,00|
|Budget Lunch for 1 (with drink)||€ from 6,50|
|Budget Dinner for 1 (with drink)||€ from 10,00|
|Beer (0,5)||€ from 0,35|
|Wine (0,75)||€ from 4,00|
|The National Museum in Prague (Adult ticket)||€ 4,40 (120 CZK)|
|Bus Ticket||€ 0,88 (24 CZK)|
|Hotel (**** double room)||€ from 60,00|
|Budget Hotel (double room)||€ from 30,00|
|Hostel||€ from 14,00|
1. Prague Castle is the main tourist attraction in Czech Republic. Castle itself have 1000 years of history and is the largest in the world in matter of area. The most important castle attractions are St. Vitus Cathedral, St. George’s Basilica, the Powder Tower, and the Golden Lane with its medieval workshops. As well remember to visit Old Royal Palace and marvellous Vladislav Hall which used to host knights tournaments. English language guided tours and audio-guides are available.
2 Prague’s Charles Bridge Being in Prague without seeing Karlův Most is shame. Bridge was built in 1357 and is 520m long. Bridge have many unique statues. Bridge is extremely popular, I mean there are crowds and crowds of people, it’s difficult to take good shot so Czech Republic travel guide and myself strongly suggest go there to make good photos at dawn or at dusk.
3. Český Krumlov Castle is amazing preserved early 13 century UNESCO world Heritage Site. Remarkable parts including Rosenberg Ballroom and the Renaissance Hall, the Royal Apartments, and the Chapel of St. George. Czech Republic travel guide recommend to visit as well Baroque theater from 1682 which is still used for performances. There is much more to see altogether here is 40 buildings!! English language guided tours are available
4. The Colonnades and Spas of Karlovy Vary. Go there if like true spa experience. Created 1358 as been for centuries wanted destination for Europe’s elite,even Beethoven, Goethe or Chopin had visited Karlovy Vary for hot springs. Town have 13 main spring (many more small). Town s a small capital of culture with lots of galleries, museums and Karlovy Vary International Film Festival, one of the oldest film festivals in Europe.
5. Cathedral of St. Barbara in Kutna Hora. Bohemian style Cathedral. One of the most famous Gothic churches in central Europe and UNESCO site. Construction started 1388 and was finished because of interaptions in 1905!!!
6. Brno’s Cathedral of St. Peter and Paul. It has two 84 meters towers and it’s one of the Czech Republic’s most important national monuments. Czech republic travel guide found in Brno as well 13th-century Špilberk Castle, Brno City Museum and Tugendhat Villa.
7. Visit libraries!! Did you know that three of Europe’s oldest and one of the most amazing libraries can be found in Prague. The biggest one: National Library of the Czech Republic, splendid Clementinum and in Strahov Monastery you can found most unique Philosophical Library with its exquisite furnishings and ceiling paintings, and in the same place Theological Library.
8. Bohemian Heaven. In Eastern Bohemia ou can find spectacular natural beauty with massive rocks formations. Now it has become UNESCO Geopark. If you like hiking or natural sightseeing that’s must see Czech Republic travel place.First go to Turnov, home to the Bohemian Paradise Visitor Center, where you can access a great deal of tourist-related information and maps of the region.
1. Cycling network of roads are very well maintained and you can find map routes in information centres and bookshops. If you less then 18 have to wear helmet!
2. Hiking as I said routes are very well maintained and you can find map routes in information centres and bookshops. Great place to hike is Bohemian Paradise.
3. You can discover rock formations in: Bohemian Paradise, Czech Switzerland (the largest natural bridge of sandstone in Europe) and Adršpach (This area is full of lakes and waterfalls which ask you for a boat trip)
Czech republic travel guide suggest sightseeing because there is more than 100 castles, ruins and fortresses open fo people, as well golf an horse riding courses are available.
The European emergency number 112 is not the only one. Czech republic travel guide suggest that you can use as well 150 – fire brigade, 155 – rescue/ambulance, 156 – metropolitan police, 158 – police.
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