The Czech lands, rich in cultural history is home to numerous monuments, preserved castles and chateaux, that trace back its historical past. One can head out to Bohemia or Moravia where all types of medieval castles have been preserved. A number of castles and castle ruins are included in the UNESCO List of World Cultural and Natural Heritage Sites.
Head out on a tour to experience these medieval fascinations and indulge in a great feast. The “Castle Road” a romantic route all the way to Prague offers a wide selection in some of the best architectural structures.
Prague, the capital city of the Czech Republic, offers an exciting and surprising experience. Among the fastest-developing and most progressive regions Prague is home to some of the best restaurants in the country as well as lively cafés, and clubs.
Visit The Old, with its numerous restaurants and cafes. Pravda Restaurant, located in Parizska 17, Old Town, is a cosmopolitan restaurant that serves a variety of culinary delights. From its crystal chandeliers and huge mirrors, to candle-light, brings out its architectural features in contemporary design.
Visit the hills below the Prague Castle, that have been shaped by Baroque architects set amongst beautiful gardens. One can head out to the various museums and galleries in and around the city. Or head out to Charles Bridge, where the beautiful and magnificent Castle features just about all the historic architectural styles. Visit Bellevue Restaurant, one of Prague's premier restaurants. A place that serves some of the most scrumptious variety of cuisine, in a fine, and elegant setting. Set in a wonderful location close to the river, it offers a good view of Charles Bridge and Prague Castle across the water.
Triton Restaurant, located in Wenceslas Square has a uniquely decorated interior resembling a cave. A romantic setting with live piano every night makes it the perfect place to wine and dine. Perle de Prague (Le), located atop the Dancing Building, serves a mix of creative and inventive dishes to suit every taste bud. Try out their specialties in duck breast in port wine sauce. The rooftop terrace offers a stunning view of the castle.
U Vejvodu, located in Jilska, is a favorite among locals and tourists. With dozens of old photographs all over, and an ever changing menu of daily specials provide a great dining experience. Visit some of the best cafes in town like Cafe Milena and the Ebel Coffehouse.
One can indulge in varuious water sport in numerous places in the Czech Republic, from swimming to windsurfing and yachting. Visit Lake Lipno in South Bohemia which is the larget and home to a number of water sport activities. One can stay at the many lakeside guesthouses, or campsites offering various categories of accommodation as well as rental of sports equipment.