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Brno is the capital city of the Moravia region in the Czech Republic. Like most medieval Czech towns, it is overshadowed by the country’s capital city, Prague. Brno, however, is definitely worthy of a trip.
Brno is a university town and thousands of students give the city a young and fresh vibe. Craft coffee roasteries and breweries have popped up on most corners and there are plenty of bars, restaurant, and nightclubs to choose from.
Enjoy the city’s tranquility while strolling through cobblestone streets and enjoying a couple of serene hours in one of Brno’s many parks and green spaces.
Český Krumlov, nestled between the majestic curves of the Vltava river, undoubtedly is one of Europe’s most picturesque towns. Since most travelers tend to flock to Prague, Český Krumlov sees fewer visitors and gives off a more laid-back and relaxed vibe.
A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Český Krumlov is full of cobblestone side streets and alleyways, Renaissance and Baroque style architecture and, of course, hidden town squares. A destination perfect for weekend getaways, Český Krumlov is home to a wide array of restaurants, bars, cafes and pubs offering different local and international cuisine. T
Karlovy Vary (Carlsbad), or simply 'Vary' to Czechs, is one of the most famous Spa towns in eastern Europe. Visit and admire the grand 19th-century spa architecture and stroll the impressive colonnades, sipping on the supposedly health-restoring sulfurous waters from spouted ceramic drinking cups. 13 main hot springs and 300 smaller springs are waiting for you and you will leave feeling rejuvenated and relaxed.
Kutna Hora, often dubbed as the “City of Silver”, sits an hour east of majestic Prague. Often overlooked, this UNESCO World Heritage site is one of the most unique places to visit in the Czech Republic for any history lover. Experience architectural jewels at their finest as the houses and churches you’ll stroll by ooze with historical and cultural significance.
Practically unknown outside the of the Czech Republic, Olomouc is an underappreciated, but majestic city. The main square is among the country’s nicest, surrounded by historic buildings and blessed with a UNESCO-protected trinity column.
The cities' streets are dotted with beautiful churches, a testament to the city’s long history as a bastion of the Catholic church.
Prague, capital of the Czech Republic, is often considered one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Nicknamed by many “the city of one hundred spires”, you’ll soon realize that this is a gross under exaggeration, since nearly one thousand spires and towers decorate the city’s skyline.
Few cities in the world can compete architecturally with Prague, which has an amazing mix of Romanesque, Gothic, Baroque, Art Nouveau, and even Cubist architecture all throughout. There is truly no place like it.