The Czech Republic is one of the most interesting Central European countries, associated mainly with Prague. In addition to the beautiful capital, it's worth seeing charming well-preserved towns, numerous breweries or natural attractions, including caves, open to the public.
Millions of tourists visit Prague every year. Prague Castle, the market square with the historic Orloj clock, narrow streets of the Old Town or Mala Strana are filled with tourists all year round. Cruise cruises around the Vltava are very popular, and beer lovers can enjoy it in many pubs, including one of the oldest in Europe, U Fleku.
Beer lovers will also find other noteworthy places in the Czech Republic. Almost every city and town has its own brewery here. Some, like Budweiser Budvar or Pisner Urquell are known all over the world. Others are small breweries, where beer is often made using craft methods. Many of them run their own tourist routes, production presentations or tastings.
In turn, wine is ruled in Moravia, and vineyards growing on low, gentle hills are an integral part of the landscape. The main center of wine production is Mikulov, but Moravia also has a lot of interesting sights. These include Valtice-Lednice castle and park complex on the UNESCO list, Kroměříž with the archbishop's palace and gardens on the same list, and Brno, where you can admire one of the icons of modernism, namely the Tugendhat Villa.
Czech Republic is also a lot of landscape attractions. In Moravia, the most famous place is the Moravian Karst with gorges, chasms and caves with magnificent stalactite. On the other hand, near the border with Poland, the Sudetes are diversified in terms of sculpture. In the Table Mountains you can admire the Rock Towns in Adrspach and Teplice and Broumovskie Steny, while the Giant Mountains are popular hiking and skiing areas.