The largest Czech resort, filled with pairs of mineral springs, writings of Goethe, the music of Mozart, Tchaikovsky and Chopin. Go for a stroll along the secular embankment, where buildings of different styles and eras intertwined in amazing harmony. Look for health in the colonnades with therapeutic geysers, relax in a cozy cafe, allowing yourself to taste the famous local liqueur Becherovka.
Distance from Prague — 130 km.
Your road to South Bohemia will surely turn into the town of Hluboka-nad-Vltavou. Here is the magnificent Neo-Gothic castle, surrounded by a classic English park and a cascade of lakes. Admire its architecture and rich history. The charming neighborhood of numerous turrets, carved balconies, spiral staircases, snow-white columns hides the exquisite furniture, a unique collection of porcelain, paintings, weapons and Dutch tapestries behind the walls.
Distance from Prague — 140 km.
Located on top of a rock 30 km from Prague, Karlstejn Castle is a symbol of the Czech kingdom. It is intended as an impregnable fortress for the storage of the imperial regalia, the most important documents and books, jewels, holy relics. Tours of the castle are shrouded in legends about ghosts who are looking for treasure in the castle walls, about an old goat who saved Karlstejn from a siege, about a blind musician...
Distance from Prague — 18 km.
Incredibly beautiful place, located near the castle Karlstejn — Vapentsov canyons, which are called Big and Little America. The Grand Canyon is part of abandoned quarries, and its depth reaches 60 meters. It is a place of attraction for paleontologists, zoologists, and divers exploring the deep lakes, tunnels, and canyon caves. In winter, you can observe the colony of bats.
Distance from Prague — 15 km.
The neighborhood of picturesque valleys, mighty pine forests, majestic rocks, bottomless gorges and the fantastic canyon of the Kamenitsa river makes this place truly magnificent. Only from the names of places that you can see here: Tolstein, Falkenstein, the Falcon's Nest castle, Suha
Kamenica, the village of Chrzypska (the workshop of Bohemian glass) is already spinning. And for good reason! You will want to stay here for a few more days, and you will leave with the intention to return.
Distance from Prague — 115 km.
“This is a trip to the moon... or to another world” - this is how people who visited this extraordinary place respond. The caves with mirror-smooth lakes, the bizarre forms of stalactites and stalagmites, the winding labyrinths of the dungeons, the feeling of weightlessness and unreality conquer even the most notorious skeptics. The crown of your journey through the caves will be the echo of the stone bowels and the echoes carried to infinity, walking along the Macocha Abyss, one of the deepest in the world (138 meters).
Distance from Prague — 220 km.
The wine festival, the music festival, the medieval holiday of the Five-Petal Rose, the wax museum, the fairy-tale house, the motorcycle museum, the graphite mine - a small list of where you can be when visiting this truly amazing town. In the summer you will be wrapped in the scent of roses, and in the winter - honey mulled wine. Of course, you will want to taste Czech cuisine in a cozy cafe near Krumlov Castle. For lovers of active recreation all the conditions for rafting, boating and canoeing.
Distance from Prague — 150 km.
Czech mountain slopes are great for lovers of skiing and snowboarding, climbers and lugers. Well-equipped resorts successfully compete with other European countries, while being more budget. A rental car will give you an excellent opportunity to combine sports and cultural programs, as the ski resorts of the Czech Republic are located in natural parks and reserves.
Distance from Prague — 130 km.
Opportunities for both active and passive sports fans. The first will find perfectly equipped cycling routes, tennis courts, golf courses, ski slopes, rafting tracks in the Czech Republic, the latter will be able to cheer on their favorite team in the world's largest competitions in football, ice hockey, skiing, biathlon, figure skating and rally.
Just 150 km from Prague is the capital of Saxony, the beautiful city-museum of Dresden.
The famous Dresden Gallery will conquer you with the masterpieces of Jan Van Eyck, Raphael, Giorgione, Rubens, Rembrandt, Pinturicchio, Titian ...
Distance from Prague — 135 km.
Vienna is charming and luxurious, charming and majestic. An amazing combination of modern skyscrapers and ancient castles, classical art and youth subcultures. It is rightly considered the world capital of music, because it was here that Schubert and Strauss, Mozart and Beethoven worked. Their eternal music sounds from the scene of the famous Vienna Opera, which is a great honor to perform.
Stroll in the afternoon through the brilliant Palace ensembles and parks, visit the Vienna City Hall and the Cathedral of St. Stephen, and in the evening be sure to indulge yourself with delicious Viennese cakes in one of the cozy coffee shops, because Vienna is the capital of coffee and desserts, where the art of pastry is perfect.
Distance from Prague — 280 km.