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The Czech Republic is not a large country, but it has a rich and eventful history. The variety in landscape and architecture is enormous, encompassing the forests and rolling countryside of Bohemia, peaceful spa towns like Karlovy Vary and historic towns like Olomouc and Češki Krumlov.
There are over 2,000 castles and castle ruins in the Czech republic, one of the highest density in the world.
90% of Czechs have completed at least secondary education – the highest score in EUR along with Poles, Slovaks and Slovenes
The country has a total of 46 airports with paved runways, six of them providing international air services. The main international airport of the Czech Republic is Vaclav Havel International Airport.
The Czech Republic is one of the top 10 countries worldwide in terms of the fastest average Internet speed.
Is Prague’s most popular attraction. According to the Guinness World Records, it’s the largest ancient castle in the world: 570m long, an average of 128m wide and covering a total area bigger than seven football pitches.
With a spectacular castle and centered on an elegant old town square it is like a pocket-sized Prague. Unesco World Heritage town since 1992.
Spa town with a more than 650-year-old tradition of balneology. The town has been recapturing its former glory with its Baroque and Art Nouveau buildings being restored and people rediscovering what the entire town has to offer.
Medieval castle 30km southwest of Prague. It is the most visited and one of the most beautiful castles in the Czech Republic. Construction of the castle was completed in 1365 under the reign of Holy Roman Emperor Charles IV.
The only Central European Jewish town quarters that survived the Holocaust. Known as Josefov, this Jewish quarter contains the remains of the former Jewish ghetto.
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WHAT ELSE TO DO
WHAT ELSE TO DO
Sample the best Czech beers in Prague, or even better, in Plzen.
Visit quirky nightclub Parukarka housed underground in what was a 1950s Cold War nuclear bunker in Prague
Take in Zizkov, a former industrial suburb and the epicenter of Prague’s edgy nightlife, with more than 300 bars
Kutna Hora – ancient silver mine and Unesco World Heritage pretty medieval town that once rivaled Prague and even London.