The Czech countryside offers some unforgettable experiences which would control you with its magical atmosphere.
Here are top 5 regions not to be missed in the Czech Republic which will amaze you when you go there.
There are not many places in the world which have received such care as the elegant area around the spectacular Lednice and Valtice chateaux. To feel the architectural grandeur of the past, you cannot miss visiting the Lednice-Valtice Cultural Landscape, spanning an area of 300 square kilometres. This romantic destination is also included in the UNESCO World Heritage list. An absolutely unique park has been created here over the centuries, full of rare tree species, romantic little buildings, fishponds and beautiful little corners.
Bohemian Switzerland national park
Discover a little piece of heaven in the Bohemian Switzerland. The Bohemian Switzerland is home to many rare types of flora and fauna. Some of the best known attractions are the gorges on the River Kamenice. A romantic stroll along the river across narrow footbridges or by boat between the stone walls with steep sides can be an unforgettable experience. One of the gateways to this unique landscape is Hřensko, from which several nature trails lead into the surrounding gorges. The prominent landmark of Bohemian Switzerland, PravcickaBrana, is also Europe’s largest sandstone archway.
95 Kms away from Brno, Zlín is situated in the east part of Moravia. This functionalistic city has a unique display of interwar modern urbanism and architecture. It is also famous for the world’s most popular shoe brand Bata. While in Zlin you can visit Bata’s skyscraper, Tomas Bata Villa, the grand cinema and much more.
The Town of Loket
The town of Loket is situated in west Bohemia near Karlovy Vary. It has a beautiful medieval castle, surrounded by the Ohře River on three sides. Loket is a popular stop for people travelling by boat along the Ohře River – and they say that the river between Loketand Karlovy Vary is one of the most beautiful in the Czech Republic. The Loket castle is lively all year round and there are regular fairs and craft markets, fencing shows, concerts or grape harvest festivals.
Breathe in the fresh air of its deep forests, clear your mind by gazing at the shimmering surfaces of glacial lakes, and draw energy from the distant views of untouched nature, Šumava is the biggest Czech National Park where you should definitely embark on a photo-tour and be mesmerized, in summers or winters!
Choose your motivation, and choose your city, in the Czech Republic!