Top 10 Best Places To Visit in Czech Republic

Top Attractions and Destinations Czech Republic

For all those people who wish to try something considerably new from the typical European touch, Czech Republic is the right option for you all.

Although there is no rivers or seas in the country, it is filled with this amazing architectural designs that will leave you in awe. Here are some of the best places to visit in Czech Republic;

Best Places to Visit in Czech Republic

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1# Kutna Hora

Originally seen as the Bohemian hermitage, the place started to gain popularity as the town’s mountains were appeared to have an enormous silver remains in the twelfth century.

The town was under German control and they showed their through various dynamite Gothic structures. St Barbaras Church is must visit place too.

2# Cesky Krumlov

Cesky Krumlov is a town highlighting the incredible Bohemian Castle for which people travels miles just to have a glance.

It was made in the late thirteenth century, when the entire area was under the Bohemians control. They had it under control for a long time as a trade fortress.

3# Prague

Prague has been the capital of Bohemia and of the Roman Empire. It thrived during the Gothic and Renaissance periods.

It is as yet the biggest city in the Czech Republic and a standout amongst the most socially rich and has amazing places that display the perfect combination of architectural beauty and art. This jewel of the Vltava waterway has a long history of being the most beautiful place there is in Czech Republic.

4# Castle Karlstejn

The castle is situated around 30 km (18 miles) from Prague. For all those who are visiting the city, make sure to visit the castle early in the morning as it would make an ideal trip.

The structure of the building is planned with three terraced levels, named as the Big tower, Marian Tower, and the Imperial Palace. The building is a must visit for all those who love to see the traditional art designs and architecture.

5# Moravian Karst

Moravian Karst is considered to be one of the most secured district of the Czech Republic. This place is basically a large place spreading over thousand of kms that has massive limestone remains from the past.

The place also contains the Macocha Abyss, a valley that os138 meter (453 foot) deep. The place also has numerous hiking activities along with many bicycle trips too.

6# Litomysl

This eastern town on the once fringe among Bohemia and Moravia sat on a significant exchange course called the Tristenice Path.

The most beautiful structure in the town dates way back to the 16th century, which is an elegant, traditional styled castle. This royal residence is the origin of a traditional musician, Bedrich. Another amazing feature in the town is the Portmoneum which people always look forward to.

7# Olomouc

Olomouc, the name is an adulterated form of its Roman name, Mount Julius. From architectural buildings to the beautiful scenery views, the place has a lot to offer.

It has the elegant Saint Wencelas Cathedral that as in a beautiful art piece inside the evergreen Olomouc Castle. The town has amazing buildings throughout and has a beautiful museum too for people to enjoy.

8# Telc

The town was originally built in the 14th century as a port to encourage trade exchange between numerous countries including, Bohemia, Moravia, and Austria. The center of the town features amazing architectural buildings with amazing designs, which make it a gorgeous spot to visit. The nearby Gothic royal residence was revamped in the seventeenth century to alter it in the new style.

9# Plzen

Home to one of the rare kinds of Pilsner beer, Plzen is the fourth biggest city in the Czech Republic. The city is home to some of the beautiful buildings like the St Bartholomew’s Cathedral, the Great Synagogue, and the Town Hall that are a treat to watch, especially for art lovers. In addition to this, the city also offers education centers like University of West Bohemia.

10# Karlovy Vary

In resemblance to all the other hot spring districts, the waters is formed into a huge spa area. As for Karlovy Vary, the change occurred in the thirteenth Century, and was authorized by Charles IV. The place is home to some of the delightful recreational centers and is an ideal place for tourists to explore!

PS: We will add more best places to visit in Czech Republic. If you know worth visiting destination, feel free to mention it in the comment box.

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