Spread across Czech Republic are dozens of cities with old bridges, the most impressive churches, historical curiosities, narrow passageways and different architectural influences. Each one has its own unique vibe. Here are a few cities you must visit.
The city has its own characteristic atmosphere and a magical charm. It’s home to enticing cafes, narrow cobbled lanes, beautiful baroque churches and the birthplace of the ingenious Franz Kafka.
It seems like time stopped in this charming city and it looks right out of a fairy tale with rows of colorful medieval style houses, dramatic castles and a river flowing through it.
This Silver City features spectacular buildings and churches with Gothic architecture.
The most popular ones are the St. Barbara's Church and the macabre Sedlec Ossuary aka “the bone church”.
This bohemian spa town radiates opulence through its elegant architecture and colorful buildings.
The hot springs here are believed to have healing waters.
It’s referred to as “Little Vienna” and for good reason too.
This quirky city has the most laid back vibe and an interesting mix of Gothic and Art nouveau architectures.
Settled along the banks of river Morava, it houses impressive churches and beautiful monuments. The Holy Trinity Column is an absolute masterpiece.
The birthplace of pale lager Pilsner, it is the beer capital of Czech Republic. The Pilsner Urquell Brewery and the St. Bartholomew Cathedral are a must-visit.
A city built around a Gothic castle, it is lined with beautiful, picturesque renaissance style buildings surrounded by ponds.
Tree-lined streets, magnificent old mansions and a series of scenic mountains surrounding the city, make it one of the best cities in the country.
This lively city has a little of everything, beautiful art, vibrant architecture, a unique history, legendary nightlife, all of which add character to the relaxing and serene atmosphere of the city.