The best hotels in Czech Republic

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Destination Guide: Czech Republic

Although it has only officially existed as the Czech Republic since 1993, this inspiring country is steeped with centuries of history and culture. Its beauty stems from with the numerous UNESCO world heritage sites and renaissance architecture that includes fairy-tale castles. There are 5 star weekend adventures in Prague or boutique heritage breaks in Czech Republic, just a few examples of how visitors can experience the country on multiple levels.


The ancient lands of Bohemia and Moravia make up the modern state of the Czech Republic, meaning the country has an ideal mix of contemporary urban life and rural central European history. The brewery towns like Plzen offer lively atmospheres while the picturesque areas of Cesky Krumlov offer stunning backdrops for a memorable trip to the Czech Republic. While Prague has maintained its popularity as a leading city getaway in Europe, the entire country has plenty to offer an inquisitive traveller.


The Czech Republic has a great range of culinary delights to enjoy and here a few key picks from different regions:

  1. Terasa u Zlate Studre in Prague – One of the finest restaurants in the city, the stunning outdoor terrace provides panoramic views of Prague. The menu offers fine international cuisine on your 5 star romantic break in the Czech Republic.
  2. Borgo Agrese in Brno – The fantastic French wine list and cuisine creates a warm romantic atmosphere, with a particular highlight being the seven course tasting menu.
  3. Laibon in Cesky Krumlov – With the terrace dining area alongside the river, the Laibon is the perfect spot for lunch. The menu is vegetarian with a distinct Indian infusion.
  4. Ventura Pub in Karlay Vary – This hidden gem is a favourite among locals and offers authentic cuisine with a friendly service.

The history of both Bohemia and Moravia means the Czech Republic has numerous cultural attractions to enjoy:

  1. Charles Bridge and Astronomical Clock – The iconic images of Prague simply must be seen during your trip. Although there may be busy crowds around both sites, each is worth the wait. Walking across the bridge will give you great views of the river Vltava while the trek up the clock tower also offers breathtaking views of the city.
  2. Cesky Krumlov – A town in the bohemian region of Czech Republic, Cesky Krumlov is a UNESCO heritage site. The picturesque town is worth a visit to witness the beautiful landscape and medieval architecture, in particular its breathtaking castle.
  3. Karlovy Vary – This major cultural destination is a spa town with hot mineral springs.

The regions that make up the Czech Republic all offer activities to excite visitors:

  1. Plzen– The original source for Pilsner beer, the industrial area is a lively hub of activity with the old town square being central to it’s entertainment.
  2. Skiing Sample the slopes in the Czech Republic’s ski ranges; resorts like Spindleur are popular while Zackler is great for snowboarding.
  3. Macocha – Located nearby to Brno, Macocha is a limestone region full of caves. A highlight of a tour across the region is the 140m abyss. This region is perfect for hiking to see the breathtaking landscape.
  4. Cycling – One of the best ways to explore the beauty of the Moravia vineyards is to cycle through it, so hire a bicycle and journey through the sprawling landscape.

Prague, Czech Republic