Hotels in Czech Republic
The Czech Republic is located in central Europe, and is bordered by Slovakia on the east, Austria on the south, Germany in the west, and Poland in the north.
The Czech Republic consists of the historical regions of Bohemia, Moravia, and Czech Silesia. The Czech Republic has a charming, undulating landscape with mountains and upland plains, forests and smaller ranges of hills, mineral formations and sandstone cliffs.
The glacial Cerne and Cerovo lakes are amongst the most beautiful parts of the Sumava National Park, in which there are to be found wild, woodland streams with crystal clear water, tranquil valleys, and expansive forests containing unique flora and fauna.
Moravia in the north features wooded highlands, in the south fertile lowlands and the wine growing regions.
The mineral-based land is fascinating due to its naturally created secret caves. The Czech Republic is also noted for its extraordinary number of mineral and thermal springs.
The capital Prague, largest city of the Czech Republic, and former capital of Czechoslovakia, is located on both banks of the Vltava River.
Visitors are drawn to the 'fairy tale' characteristics of Prague, but this is only part of its lively blend of styles. Prague is unquestionably a city best explored on foot, the entire central area has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The city centre is like an enormous open-air museum with an interesting mix of architectural innovation including Renaissance, Baroque, Gothic, Romanesque, Cubist and Art Nouveau styles.
Creating the distinctive Prague skyline stands Prague Castle and St Vitus Cathedral. Within Prague's complex of historical districts - the Lesser Quarter and the Old Town lie the city's major historical attractions linked together by the famous Charles' Bridge.
This historical centre of the city is made up of Hradcany (the Castle District) and Mala Strana (the Small Quarter) west of the river, Stare Mesto (the Old Town) and Vaclavske namesti (Wenceslas Square) to the east.
Brno is the second largest city of the Czech Republic and the chief city of Moravia. Brno's landmarks include the cathedral, the old and new town halls, and several fine Gothic and baroque churches.
One of the Czech Republic's largest cities is Plzen, a significant cultural, business and industrial centre, famous for it’s beer, Pilsner, and also the heavy machinery factories of Skoda.
295 hotels in Czech Republic
Dvorak Hotel Cesky Krumlov provides a comfortable accommodation with the beautiful surroundings of the river. Guests can explore this historical town, which has many places of interest. State... More
Hotel Kings Court Prague is a historical neo-Renaissance-style building that offers classically tasteful accommodations to holidaymakers visiting the capital of the historic region of Bohemia.... More