There is much more to the Czech Republic besides the capital city of Prague. The Czech Republic is a small country, which makes for quick and easy traveling. The country boasts large cities with grand monuments such as Prague, Plzeň and Brno, small towns that are simply charming and fairy tale-like including Telč and Český Krumlov, the famous spa towns of Karlovy Vary and Mariánské Lázně, and tiny historic villages where it seems time has stood still, for example, Holašovice. And let's not forget the lovely wine towns of Znojmo and Mikulov – the wine country in Moravian is simply stunning. It is quite simply a joy to travel around the Czech Republic, whether by train, bus or car, the sightseeing possibilities are endless.  

Brno

Brno, the Czech Republic's second largest city is located in the heart of pretty Moravia and makes for a wonderful getaway from the capital of Prague. Situated strategically close to Prague, Vienna and Bratislava, Brno is the gateway to the lush vineyard landscapes and colorful folklore traditions of the south Moravia region and boasts an array of...

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Olomouc

Olomouc is an attractive city in Moravia home to various sights and the Palacký University of Olomouc. This educational hub has over 25,200 students (the highest density of students in Central Europe), giving the city a true university feel and atmosphere. Located in the east of the Czech Republic and situated on the Morava River, Olomouc boasts nu...

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Telč

Visit the charming town of Telč and fall in love with Moravia today. Telč dates back to 1099 and is famous for its main square, which is lined with pretty pastel colored houses from the Renaissance period – these houses are, in fact, superb examples of Czech / Italian Renaissance architecture - some of the best that you can see in the Czech Republi...

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Třeboň

Located in the South Bohemian Region of the Czech Republic is Třeboň, a picturesque historical town. Dating back to the 12th century, Třeboň was well-known way back when even in the 15th century for its surrounding countryside and complex system of fishing ponds; the success of the fishing ponds was thanks to groundskeeper Petr IV of Rožmberk (1462...

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Znojmo

Located in the South Moravian Region of the Czech Republic near the Austrian border on the bank of the Dyje River, Znojmo is a picturesque town worth exploring. Dating back to 1226 and established by King Ottokar I, this pretty town is a get place to stop while making your way through the vineyards of Moravia, or on your way to Vienna (approx. 80 m...

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