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HOLIDAY CZECH REPUBLIC   >   EU  


Capital City Czech Republic:  Prague


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Camp sites in the Czech Republic / Caravanning

 
Looking for a nice camp site or a great camping holiday? You're in good hands with Suncamp holidays! Whether you want to reserve a camping pitch or a fully equipped static caravan, tent, chalet or bungalow, you can do it quickly and easily on this website.

  Camp.cz

Car Hire Czech Republic

  Sixt   -    

  Holiday Autos   -    
Holiday Autos offers the best fully inclusive car hire prices. Get cheap car hire quickly and securely online with holidayautos.co.uk, the experts in online car rental.

Holiday Homes / Apartments

 Holidaylettings.co.uk 
Bohemia, Moravia and Silesia/North Moravia.

  Bungalow.net   -   Holiday homes Czech Republic   

Hotels in the Czech Republic

  Hotels Czech Republic   -   Hotel Guide Czech Republic
Hotels in de Regions Central Bohemia, Hradec Králové, Liberec, Northern Bohemia, Northern Moravia, Olomouc, Pilsen region, Prague (kraj), South Moravia, Southern Bohemia (Budweis), Vysočina and Western Bohemia.

    -  Hotels in Prague

 
Hostelbookers.com is one of the worlds largest online booking services for hostels. All hostels you see here are offering realtime prices and availability. We do not charge a fee to use this service.

Travel Companies / Tour Operators

Thomas Cook

Kuoni

 Sherpa Expeditions
Walking holidays.

 G Adventures



  DoSomethingDifferent.com 
Offering pre-bookable Czech Attractions, Experiences and Activities.

Czech and Slovak Republics, Lonely Planet - 1741045045Travel Guides Czech Republic / Related books

  Dorling Kindersley   -    

Amazon.com - Travel Guides Czech Republic 

Czech and Slovak Republics - Lonely Planet Multi Country Guide
By Lisa Dunford and Brett Atkinson
Paperback: 396 pages; Publisher: Lonely Planet Publications; 6th Revised edition edition (21 May 2010); ISBN-10: 1741045045; ISBN-13: 978-1741045048.

Transport / How do I travel to the Czech Republic


  Prague Airport  -  Ruzyne
  Brno Airport   -   Brno Turany
  Karlovy Vary Airport
  Ostrava International Airport

  Ebookers   -    

  Airline Tickets Czech Republic / Bargain Flights  
Cheap flight tickets Czech Republic.

  

  Czech Railways

National Express Eurolines
Travel by bus or coach to the Czech Republic.


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  Czech Tourist Authority 

  Czech Government   -   Czech Republic   -   Official Site for the Czech Republic

  Visit Czechia [ Tourist Board Czech Republic ]  

  Prague   -   Capital City Czech Republic
Prague is the magic city of bridges, cathedrals, gold-pleated towers and domes of churches, as well as a modern European metropolis, which has been mirrored in the surfaces of the Vltava River for more than ten centuries. Prague is as well the city of unique symbiosis of various building styles. It is full of romantic isles as well as architectural treasures in the historic centre.

  Praha Region
A  large recreation area extends south of Prague along the rivers Vltava and Sázava. Many Prague inhabitants spend their weekends and holidays in their private weekend houses, many of which are situated here. This area is also popular for hikers. The tradition of camps with wooden chalets has still preserved here . Two of the most beautiful Bohemian castles – Karlštejn and Křivoklát – attract local tourists as well as foreigners. They are located in the centres of the two most significant natural reserves of the central Bohemia, the Protected landscape area Český kras and Křivoklátsko.

  Central Moravia   -   region of rich folklore traditions
This fertile region extends mainly along the Morava River. Since the 16th century the region has got the name Haná. It is famous with a typical dialect, rich folk costumes and typical large white farms.
   Ceský Raj  - region of romantic trips and rock corners
This remarkable region is located between Jičín,  Sobotka,  Mladá Boleslav,  Mnichovo Hradiště,  Kopanina,  Železný Brod,  Semily and Lomnice nad Popelkou. In the east the region passes into the Podkrkonoší area, in the north it is surrounded by the mountain ranges of Jizerské hory and Krkonoše.
  Eastern Bohemia   -   region of charming lowlands and mountain massifs
A wide range of tourist products is prepared to satisfy every visitor of the eastern Bohemia. Beautiful nature and healthy environment of lowlands, foothills as well as mountains is ideal for active tourism. Attractive tourist target places are the result of long tradition of this region with many anonymous as well as famous personages
  Krkonoše    -   mountain region   -   an ideal place for winter and summer holiday
Krkonoše with its highest Mount Sněžka (1602 m above sea level) is the highest mountain range of the republic. The southern borders of the region and the most popular resorts belong to the zone of the National park.
  Northern Bohemia   -   paradise for skiers and lovers of nature
The Protected landscape areas Jizerské hory and Lužické hory and National park Krkonoše are located in the region. Folk wooden buildings and stone look-out towers have preserved on many places of the region. Máchovo jezero (Máchovo Lake) and the area of Holanské rybníky (Holanské artificial lakes) can be recommended to the fans of water sports. The whole region is interweaved with numerous cyclist routes. One of the most popular resorts for cross-country skiing – Jizerská magistrála- is located in Jizerské hory. Several towns have also long glass-making tradition.
  Northern Moravia and Silesia
Both are picturesque regions split by mountain ridges and waved hills, ideal for colourful summer tourism and rich range of winter sports.
  Plzeňsko   -   a picturesque region of forests and tourist routes.
Slightly waved wooded landscape with numerous rivers and artificial lakes, nearly untouched nature, picturesque, little villages and numerous castles and chateaux are characteristic for this region. Plzeň (Pilsen) is the centre of the region as well as the economic, cultural and social metropolis of the whole western   Bohemia.
  Southern Bohemia   -   castles, chateaus and lakes
The nature of southern Bohemia is very diverse. Besides typical flat areas with numerous artificial lakes and peat-bogs, framed with dense forests and extensive meadows we can find even rougher mountain landscape in this region.
  Southern Moravia   -   for wine lovers [ not only ]
Lowlands and hillsides with extensive vineyards create the largest part of its territory. Along the border with Austria rise the limestone hills Pavlovské vrchy (Pavlovské hills), north of Brno Moravský kras( Moravian karst ). The meanders of the Dyje river create a part of the Czech-Austrian border and are a consisting part of the National park Podyjí. The ridges of White Carpathians create the eastern border of the region.
  Šumava   -    the "green roof" of Europe
The tourist region Šumava is extensive, around 120 km long wooded mountain range. It extends along the south-western border of the Czech Republic, Germany and Austria. In 1993 most of its area (the peat-bogs, glacial lakes, remains of primeval forest growths) was proclaimed the National park of Šumava.
  Visocina   -   the green heart of the Czech Republic
Českomoravská vrchovina [ Czech-Moravian Highlands ] is situated on the territory, which connects Bohemia and Moravia. It stretches from the south.-Bohemian lakes to the border of the Haná region.
  West-Bohemian Spas
The most western tourist region, located along the border with Bavaria and Saxony, became famous with spas. He number and variety of mineral curative springs is unique in the world. Due to diverse chemical consistence, the local springs have a wide range of curative effects, used for various cures and therapies.

  Dictionnary
  Infohory
Information about holidays in Czech mountains in winter & snow reports.
  News from Prague   -   Prague Post Online
The Prague Post is the Czech Republic's most popular and widely circulated English-language weekly newspaper. With news, business, and cultural features, together with a highly popular calendar guide, Night & Day, The Post provides its readers with a thorough and thoughtful overview of current events in the Czech Republic and neighboring states
  Pravcicka Brana   -   Prebischtor
The largest and most spectacular natural sandstone bridge in Europe can be found in Northern Bohemia. The site includes driving directions, bus and train information, suggested hiking trails, accommodation tips with online booking, and more.
  Spas   -   Czech spa resorts and spas, a detailed overview
  Travelguide.cz   -   > 2499 accommodation options in all categories
  Zamky   -   Info about castles

Cuisine   -   Czech Cooking

  Czech Cuisine
Side dishes, Meat dishes, check Snacks [ Cheese ], Soups, Sweets, Beverages

  Czech Restaurant Guide
Czech cuisine was influenced by its neighbours, primarily the Germans and the Hungarians. Unlike Mediterranean cuisine with its abundance of fresh vegetables and seafood, traditional Czech cuisine was shaped by long cold winters without fresh produce and so is heavier and more demanding of digestion.

  Polehna's real czech recipes

The Czechoslovak Cookbook: Czechoslovakia's Best-Selling Cookbook Adapted for American Kitchens. Includes Recipes for Authentic Dishes Like Goula (Crown Classic Cookbook) 
By Joza Brizova, C. Adams (Editor), A. Vahalla (Translator)

History of the Czech Republic

 Independence: 1 January 1993 (from Czechoslovakia)

  Czech Republic History   -   Wikipedia
The Czech lands emerged in the late 9th century when it was unified by the Premyslids. The kingdom of Bohemia was a significant local power, but religious conflicts such as the 15th century Hussite Wars and the 17th century Thirty Years War were devastating. It later came under the Habsburg influence and became part of Austria-Hungary.
[ Arrival of the Slavs, Samo's realm, Great Moravia, Bohemian Principality, Bohemian Kingdom and Margraviate of Moravia till 1526, Bohemian Estates against Hapsburg Absolutism, The Dark Age and National Revival, The Dual Monarchy Austria – Hungary, Czechoslovakia and the Czech Republic ].

  Heritage Trails    -   Cultural heritage - walking tours - biking tours
  Museums in Czechia   -   Info museums and Galleries 

Music, Art & Culture, Events

  Music from the Czech Republic

  National Gallery in Prague   -   NG Prague
The National Gallery in Prague  is a state-owned art gallery and housed in different locations within the city, the largest being the Veletržní Palác.
The collection of the museum contains Czech and Slovak paintings and sculptures, including works by Gutfreund, Kupka, Fila, Benes and Bohumil Kubišta.
  Egon Schiele Art Centrum
The Egon Schiele Art Centrum is a museum and gallery devoted to the Austrian painter Egon Schiele in Český Krumlov, Czech Republic.
The Egon Schiele Art Centrum is a child of the Velvet Revolution  -  the Revolution for which Václav Havel (1936-2011) was the symbol.

  Culture Czech Republic

  Czech literature
Middle Ages, The Hussite Era, Baroque, The Enlightenment, 19th century, 20th century, Contemporary Czech authors, Czech Literary Awards.
  Czech and Slovak Literature Resources

  Czech Classical Music Guide   -   dictionary [ abc ],  radio

  FOS   -   Czech Folklore Association   -   Folklore, Festivals

  Events calendar


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