Welcome to the Czech-Republic
The Czech-Republic can be reached from major American airports such as Seatle, Phoenix and LAX. Formerly known as Bohemia, the Czech-Republic as it is today came into existence in 1993 when its union with neighboring Slovakia was dissolved.
Prague, the country’s capital, is one of the most visited cities in Europe but spa resorts such as Karlovy Vary, Mariánské Lázně and Františkovy Lázně are also popular holiday destinations. Known for its beer and puppetry, the Czech-Republic is a fascinating destination.
Flights to Czech-Republic via Germany depart from major North American airports such as Toronto, Baltimore-Washington and Phoenix. Whilst flight times vary according to the point of departure the flight from Frankfurt takes just over 30 minutes.
The Vaclav Havel Airport in Prague is connected to the city by a number of metro lines which terminate at Dejvická, Zličín and Nové Butovice. The city's main train station can be reached using the Airport Express which takes half an hour and tickets can be purchased at the Public Transport counters in the airport's arrival halls. Taxis and car hire is also available.
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Visit stunning theaters in Prague!
With over a thousand years of history the city of Prague has no shortage of attractions for the curious visitor. From its famous castle, to the picturesque Charles bridge and the baroque splendor of Saint Nicholas' Church, Prague is a city which never fails to enchant. The astronomical clock at the old city town hall has been working since its installation 1410 and along with more than ten major museums,numerous theatres, galleries, cinemas and a vibrant nightlife..
Šumava National Park
The largest forested area in Europe, the Šumava National Park is located next to the border with Germany and Austria. The park was declared a Biospherical Reserve by Unesco in 1990 and became a national park in 1991. The area is home to one of the largest stable population of wild lynxes to be found on the continent.
One of the most famous and well visited catles in the Czech Repubic, Karlštejn Castle is located 30km to the south west of Prague. The castle's origins date back to the 14th century when it was established by Charles the IV as a secure place in which imperial regalia, holy relics and important state documents could be stored. With a cheap flight to the Czech-Repubic you to could explore this historic site.
Occupying most of the eastern part of the Czech Republic, Moravia is a region renowned for its varied and beautiful landscapes and wine production. It's major cities, Brno, Olomouc and Zlín are all worth visiting and amongst the region's most celebrated attractions is the Romanesque Saint Wenceslas Cathedral which is found in Olomouc.
A small city in the Southern Bohemian region of the Czech-Republic, Český Krumlov's ancient old town is a Unesco World Heritage Site. The castle was built in the 13th central and is unusually large for a town of this size. The castle features a unique revolving theatre in its grounds and a court theatre with its original stage machinery, one of few to remain in existence. The town is also home to a museum dedicated to one of its most famous sons, the painter Egon Schiele.