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 …
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.
Karlovy Vary is a star among the spa cities of Czech Republic. Not only the locals but also thousands of foreigners choose it as their destination every year to relax and cure their ailments. And there’s one more thing you should know about the city…
Prague is a place worth visiting but sightseeing with children can be challenging. That’s why we’ve made this list of places to go with children in Prague.
The châteaus of Bohemia are definitely worth your time. They come in different shapes, sizes and styles and touring them is never boring. Here’s a list of TOP 10 châteaus to visit in Bohemia.
Bohemia is definitelly the land of castles. They have looked over the valleys of the region for centuries and their ruins make us remember their former glory. Here is a list of TOP 25 castles to visit in Bohemia.
South Bohemia is a land of ponds they say. We say that it’s also a land of beautiful towns and we present to you three of them which we’ve called the South-Bohemian Triangle. This travel itinerary is ideal if you have just a weekend to spend here.
If we should pick one place in Bohemia to visit except for Prague, it would be Český Krumlov. This South-Bohemian town is so exceptional, so magical. If you want to know why you should visit and have your breath taken away, read on.