Mikulov is a town in the wine-growing part of Southern Moravia, Klentnice a village right next to it. Both places are excellent for short trips to enjoy nature, lush vineyards and experience the southern culture.
The chateau of Hluboká nad Vltavou could easily be the Czech Sleeping Beauty Castle. It’s surrounded by flower gardens and with interiors in wood and gold and you’d expect the princess to be just around the corner.
Live Nativity Scene in Rajhrad brings together hundreds of people each year at Christmas.
Prague is full of churches which are an important part of the Czech capital’s architecture. Whether you’re a religious person or not, you should incorporate them in your travel itinerary to get a full view on the architecture of Prague. Here are the 10 most beautiful churches in Prague (in our opinion).
Just 22 km southeast from Prague there’s a village that could be like thousand other small sleepy villages. Except it’s not. It’s Hrusice, the birthplace of the legendary Czech illustrator and writer Josef Lada. Several generations of Czechs know the picturesque village from Lada’s drawings. But are the drawings true to reality? We have always …
We’ve already told you why you should definitely visit Brno, we showed you the must-visits and we showed you the stylish side of this south Moravian city. Let’s see the naughty side of Brno now.
Znojmo is a lovely town just a few kilometers from the borders with Austria. Due to its location it’s a perfect place to cultivate fruit, vegetables and wine grapes and this branch of agriculture is very characteristic of this area. However, Znojmo has a lot to offer also to those who seek culture, nature and …
Every schoolchild in the Czech Republic knows Babička (The Grandmother). It’s the iconic work by the most famous Czech female writer Božena Němcová. It tells the story of Němcová’s childhood which she spent with her grandmother in a beautiful spot which she has set in eastern Bohemia. That place now bears the name Babiččino údolí – Grandmother’s …
The icefalls of Pulčín are a unique natural fenomenon in Moravian Wallachia (Moravské Valašsko or simply Valašsko) that can be admired every winter between January and March. Why are they so unique?
Hřensko is a village in the Ústí nad Labem region (north of Bohemia) and it’s the entrance point into the Bohemian Switzerland National Park (Národní park České Švýcarsko). Let us take you on a tour of the magnificent gorges and vantage points around this municipality which is the lowest point of the Czech Republic.