Czech Republic

Destinations in Czech Republic:

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Best Small Towns in the Czech Republic

Most visitors to the Czech Republic only visit Prague, which is undoubtedly amazing (it was my home for 9 years), but may feel a bit too touristy at times. On this page I will introduce some of the best “alternative” small towns to visit if you have an extra day [more…]

Where to Stay in České Budějovice

Whatever the purpose of your visit, but especially if you are coming for sightseeing, you will most likely want to stay in the historical centre, which is fairly small (10-15 minutes’ walk from one end to the other), but also has the highest number of hotels, most within 5 minutes’ [more…]

Bus from Prague to Český Krumlov

The fastest and most popular bus service from Prague to Český Krumlov is operated by Regiojet (Student Agency) with their characteristic yellow buses. Bus Station in Prague In Prague it departs from Na Knížecí bus station. The best way to get there is by metro line B to Anděl station [more…]

Prague to Brno by Train or Bus

Brno is the second largest Czech city and has excellent connections to Prague by both train and bus. Several different companies operate on the route and the competition has led to good quality of service, frequent connections, and low prices. Typical travel time from Prague to Brno is between two [more…]

Where to Stop between Prague and Vienna

There are many interesting places where you can potentially stop on the way from Prague to Vienna. The selection includes historical cities, castles, UNESCO World Heritage Sites, natural wonders, or wine regions. Which one to choose depends not only on your tastes, but also on how much time you have, [more…]

Hluboká Castle

Hluboká Castle is one of the most visited castles in the Czech Republic and a popular day trip from Prague, often taken together with České Budějovice and Český Krumlov. The castle is famous for being built in a style that resembles Windsor Castle in England. It is also known for [more…]