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The Czech Republic: picture-perfect tourism

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Czech Republic Destinations

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The Czech Republic Your Way

There are few countries that do old-world romance like the Czech Republic. Spoil your sweetheart at one of Bohemia’s many world-renowned spas, like Karlovy Vary, where visitors soak in medicinal waters that have coursed naturally through the ground for generations. Once you’ve relaxed to your heart’s content, a cosy trip for two to Znojmo is in order. Share a bottle of their famous wine, and a few of the local pickles. They’re the best in the country and maybe the world!
Family Vacations
What kid doesn’t dream of seeing a real live castle? There is no shortage of them in the Czech Republic. Castle Karlštejn even comes complete with moats and towers from which to pour boiling tar on the heads of invading armies! Kutná Hora is another destination sure to capture your family’s imagination. After a visit to the famous “bone church”, you can take a tour of the city’s silver mines, six stories below ground.
Travelling With Friends
Easily the Czech Republic’s top attraction, Prague is not to be missed. The city of a “hundred spires,” with its magnificent monuments, burgher houses, cathedrals and palaces, is deservedly world-famous. Just remember that the rest of the country is rich with beauty and history too.
  • Trams Offer a Fresh Way to Explore Prague

    By KATIE MATTHEWS / 14 August 2015
    There’s no better way to explore and experience Prague than by jumping on the tram. Safe, efficient, and covering most of the city, the trams play a key role in the lives of Prague’s local citizens, and are as great for people watching as they are for sightseeing. Buy a day pass for 110kc (approximately $5.60 Canadian), and hop on one of these routes to experience some of the best tram rides in Prague. Locals know Tram #17 offers one of the most beautiful self-guided tours of Prague. Running along the Vltava, it’s colloquially known as the river view tram, offering picture-perfect scenery for almost the whole ride.

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  • Top Three Sightseeing Spots in Prague the Locals Won’t Tell You About

    By KATIE MATTHEWS / 29 July 2015 
    Inarguably one of the most picturesque city destinations out there, Prague has plenty of well-known spots to catch a view of its famous bridges, castle, and Old Town. If you’re looking to enjoy a view of Prague with fewer crowds, skip the usual suspects and check out these three locals’ spots.

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  • Prague’s Two Coolest Neighbourhoods You’ve Never Heard Of

    By KATIE MATTHEWS / 12 July 2015
    From the 14th century gothic cathedral standing sentry, to the cascade of red roofs tumbling into the winding Vltava River below, to a picture-perfect Old Town Square, there’s a lot to love about Prague. No longer an afterthought on Central European itineraries, Prague was the 22nd most visited city in the world and ninth-most popular destination in Europe in 2014. Although the secret of Prague has long been out, it doesn’t mean you can’t veer from the well-trodden path between the Castle, Charles Bridge, and Old Town Square.

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  • Things to Do in Prague: Check Out its Unique Marionette Shops

    By DIAN EMERY / 27 April 2015
    Twirling ballerinas, elderly wizards and gnarled gnomes dangle and dance in the Old Town and the New Town, along the Charles Bridge and pretty much everywhere else in the city of Prague. Tourists and locals alike often wander into the city’s many marionette shops, drawn in by the ceiling-to-floor display of fantastical dolls. If you are looking for things to do in Prague, a visit to a puppet workshop is sure to please both the young and the young at heart.

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