11 places in the Czech Republic worth seeing

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The Czech Republic, a country rich in history and culture, has many unique attractions. From picturesque castles to vibrant cities, the Czech Republic offers countless opportunities to discover and experience unique moments. Here are the top 11 attractions that everyone should see.

1. Prague - the heart of the Czech Republic

Prague, one of the most beautiful capitals of Europe, tempts tourists regardless of the season. Charles Bridge over the Vltava River, the Prague Astronomical Clock, the Jewish Quarter and the Golden Lane are just some of its attractions. A stroll through the streets of Prague is a real feast for the eyes, offering insight into the city's rich history and culture. The Old Town, with its narrow streets and historic buildings, enchants every tourist.

However, Prague attracts tourists not only with its monuments, but also with its atmosphere, it also offers a rich culinary offer, perfect for relaxation after a day full of sightseeing.

Getting to Prague by camper , despite the challenges associated with city traffic, turns out to be an economical solution, especially due to the high prices of hotels. Campsites on the outskirts of Prague offer a variety of accommodation options, from campsites to camper pitches, providing excellent conditions for exploring the city and surrounding areas.

Charles Bridge - Prague

2. Cesky Krumlov - a medieval gem

Cesky Krumlov, a UNESCO World Heritage site, is the medieval jewel of the Czech Republic. The city is famous for its historic castle, which dominates the winding streets and colorful tenement houses. A visit to this city is like traveling back in time, full of discovering historical treasures. The castle with Renaissance gardens offers unforgettable views of the city and the Vltava River. For art lovers, Cesky Krumlov organizes numerous festivals and cultural events. This is the perfect place for people looking for charm and romance.

Cesky Krumlov

Today, the city, full of life and historical charm, attracts crowds of tourists, offering an atmosphere of suspension in time. Built around a 13th-century castle, Krumlov tempts with its historic buildings, including a Baroque theater, one of the best preserved in the world. It also attracts attention with its moat with bears, which is a symbol of the city. Apart from the castle, the old town tempts with cafes and restaurants, and the Castle Tower offers a view of the entire city.

3. Karlovy Vary - thermal springs

Karlovy Vary is a prestigious spa town in West Bohemia, famous for its healing thermal springs and stunning Art Nouveau architecture. The city, located in the picturesque valley of the Teplá River, is famous for having the highest density of thermal springs in the city in the whole world. You may recognize some of the sceneries of Karlovy Vary from the movie "Casino Royal" from the James Bond series. Several streets (as well as the Grandhotel Pupp) were featured in the film. So you can treat a walk around this city as a journey in the footsteps of agent 007.

Karlovy Vary

Karlovy Vary is also known for hosting the International Film Festival and its rich history, which has attracted many famous people, including Goethe, Chopin and Peter the Great. Today, the city still delights tourists with its beautiful promenades and historical charm.

4. Kutná Hora - the Gothic pearl Cathedral of St. Barbara and the Ossuary

Kutná Hora, known as the Gothic pearl of the Czech Republic, has many historical attractions. The most famous are the late Gothic cathedral of St. Barbara and the macabre Chapel of Skulls in Sedlec, both included on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Today, Kutná Hora offers tourists many attractions, including a minting museum and a numismatic gallery. Kutná Hora's rich mining history is visible in every corner of the city. A visit here is an opportunity to discover unique monuments and cultural heritage. The city is a fascinating combination of history, art and mystery.

Campsites on the outskirts of the city, such as Autocamp TRANSIT Kutná Hora and Autokamp Santabarbara, provide convenient accommodation for visitors.

Kutna Hora

5. Treetop path - Stezka Valaška

Stezka Valaška in the Czech Republic is a breathtaking attraction for those who want to experience nature from a new perspective. Located in the heart of the forest, this path allows you to walk among the treetops, offering extraordinary views of the surrounding nature. Available all year round, Stezka Valaška presents a different face of nature each season, combining education, recreation and the beauty of the natural world.

6. Moravia - a paradise for wine lovers

Moravia is a region known for the production of delicious wines and picturesque vineyards. A visit here is an opportunity to taste local wines and visit traditional wine cellars. This region organizes numerous grape harvest festivals, which are a tourist attraction. The Moravian landscape, with its hilly vineyards and historic towns, is perfect for cycling and hiking. Wine and culture combine here to create an unforgettable experience.


7. Hruboskalsko - rock town

The rock town of Hruboskalsko, located in the heart of the Bohemian Paradise, is a spectacular place full of natural rock formations and picturesque landscapes. The geologically diverse area offers not only rock cities, but, for example, extinct volcanoes!

This region is characterized by impressive groups of sandstone rocks and is part of the global network of UNESCO geoparks. Near Hruboskalsko there is the Autocamp SEDMIHORKY campsite, ideal for tourists who want to discover the numerous castles, folk architecture and other natural attractions of this unique region.

Hruboskalsko - rock town

8. Zoo Safari - Dvur Kralove

Zoo Safari in Dvur Kralove is one of the biggest attractions for animal lovers in the Czech Republic. Safari offers the opportunity to observe animals in conditions close to natural. The zoo is famous for breeding and protecting endangered species, especially African fauna. Visitors can see many species of animals here, from lions to giraffes. It is not only a tourist attraction, but also an educational center promoting nature conservation. Zoo Safari is the perfect place for families and anyone who wants to experience wildlife.

Safari camping is a unique place in Europe where you can relax at the campsite and be close to amazing attractions. Some of the animals roam freely in a large fenced enclosure, which you can enter with your camper!

The old town of Hradec Kralove is beautiful and you can spend the whole day here, walking around the center or visiting the surrounding parks from time to time. If you prefer a more active holiday, there are plenty of bicycle paths around, e.g. along the Elbe.

9. Telč - colorful tenement houses

Telč, known as a fairy-tale town, delights with its colorful market square and Renaissance tenement houses. The historic center of the city, inscribed on the UNESCO list, is an architectural gem. Walking around the market square, you can admire the well-preserved facades and romantic arcades. The city is an ideal place for lovers of history and architecture. Telč also offers numerous cafes and shops that add charm to your visit. It is a city that takes you back in time and delights with its unique character.

10. Pilsen - the capital of beer

Pilsen is famous for its long brewing tradition. Visiting the famous Pilsner Urquell Brewery is a must-see for lovers of the golden drink. The city also offers a rich cultural and historical heritage. Visitors can visit numerous museums and monuments, including the Cathedral of St. Bartholomew.

Pilsen - the capital of beer

11. Les Kralove Dam

This fascinating tourist attraction is an old dam located on the Elbe River. It is an interesting place to visit for history and engineering lovers. A visit to the Les Kralove dam is also a great opportunity to admire the picturesque landscape of the surrounding rivers and forests. A walk along the reservoir gives you the opportunity to relax in the bosom of nature and learn about an interesting part of the history of Dvur Kralove nad Labem.

Campsites in the Czech Republic

The Czech Republic, with its cultural and historical richness, offers visitors countless opportunities to discover and experience. From historic cities, through picturesque landscapes, to culinary and wine traditions, this country is full of treasures waiting to be discovered. Whether you're looking for adventure, culture, relaxation or just want to enjoy the beauty, the Czech Republic has everything you need to make your trip unforgettable. No Start planning your next holiday now by choosing the perfect campsite in the Czech Republic for you.

Cesky Krumlov
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