Flights to the Czech Republic

Flights to the Czech Republic soar over a patchwork of castles and grand estates; you’ll find endless diversions once your flight lands.

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Czech Republic

The Czech Republic was only formed in 1993. Not only is it home to one of the most beautiful cities in the world, Prague, it also includes the historical lands of Bohemia, Moravia, and Czech Silesia.

This is a country of castles and grand mansions, once home to the richest and most influential of Europe’s elite. Among the most impressive of these is Karlštejn Castle, which looks like something out of a fairy tale. The best way to explore it is to take the official tour; the incredible history of this special building is fascinating.

Aside from the history, there are lots of modern cultural attractions too, from museums and galleries to restaurants and brewery tours. And if you’re more into grapes than grains, the beautiful Mikulov region has a great number of top wine producers as well as the staple picturesque towns and villages.

Getting around by bike is a great way to explore the Czech Republic’s larger cities, such as Prague; as you traverse the cobbled streets, there are opportunities to jump off and refresh yourself in the many charming cafes.

As tempting as it is to stick to the delights of Prague, where your flight to the Czech Republic will land, you’ll be rewarded for branching out to explore the more rural side of the country. As you encounter beautiful towns such as Český Krumlov, you might get the urge to go canoeing in the river or hike up into the inviting rolling hills.

But the best thing to do in the Czech Republic, whether living it up in the city or relaxing in the countryside, is to take it all in at your own pace.

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Prague

Prague’s incredible history is best observed through some of the city’s most important landmarks, like the Jewish Cemetery and Prague Castle. Compelling things to do in Prague include browsing the art museums—both the old and the new—and exploring trendy new neighborhoods and the eateries taking the city by storm.
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