Charming rolling hills, a fascinating blend of contemporary and wonderful architecture, exciting nightlife, castles and a culture as unique as its name, Czech Republic has it all!
Czech Republic is nestled in the heart of central Europe and is banked on all sides by other countries, and for those who paid attention to their geography lessons in high school, they can find Czech Republic at the middle of the map of Europe with Slovakia to its east, Germany to the west, northeast is Poland and Austria to the south. This makes the country a huge melting pot of traditions, values, and people that are as colorful and ambivalent as their combined hi- tech cities and seemingly untouched emerald terrains and flora and fauna. It’s the ultimate travel destination for tourists seeking the comforts and conveniences of city life but also want to commune with nature in all its raw glory!
Ruzyne International Airport is Czech Republic’s main international airport and is the busiest airport in Central Europe with passengers reaching more than 12.4 million last 2007! To make the country more accessible to the world, it has constructed more than 40 airports and several paved runways. This country’s capital is Prague, and it boasts of a fun and lively nightlife that’s great for your budget. If you’re the type of tourist to leisurely stroll around, there are plenty of cafés like Café Louvre and Cafe Prague, and from there you can visit Charles Bridge with its magnificent views of Vltava River and Prague Castle, the place also sports plenty of riverside entertainment for your absolute enjoyment. If you want to keep your friends updated on your latest escapades in Czech Republic, no worry! The place has the Czech Republic has the highest number of Wi-Fi subscribers in the European Union! You can instantly upload pictures and email friends and loved ones through their hi-speed internet. While travelling do not forget to take with you the map of Czech Republic just to be sure you will not be lost.
This country also boasts of interesting sites and buildings. Prague’s “Dancing House” is a wonderful and thought provoking piece of architecture that seems to defy the laws of physics. Ironically, it can be found in the historic city attractions, which makes the building stand out in stark contrast. One can also find one of Prague’s premiere restaurants on the topmost floor of the Dancing House. Music and Theater lovers will also be ecstatic to find their passion entombed in the Czech Museum of music where more than 700, 000 items are on display for music enthusiasts. The most beautiful theater can also be found in Prague, Estates Theater is an imposing and fascinating structure where Mozart himself conducted Don Giovanni for the first time! Prague State Opera is another splendid theater one should not miss!
Travelling the Czech Republic’s countryside is also a great option for tourists seeking time out from Prague’s attractions. The climate in the area is variable and may vary according to the altitude or terrain. Their summers are hot and their winters biting cold, the warmest months are June, July, and August, which travelers often find to be the best time of the year to visit with regards to the climate.