The Prague Municipal Library is now home to a spiraling tower of hundreds of carefully stacked books assembled by Slovakian born artist Matej Kren. Dubbed Idiom, the massive installation reaches...Read More
The Vrtba Garden, in Prague, is one of the most beautiful Baroque gardens in the city, and it was created around 1720. Despite being one of the city’s smaller gardens, the artistic and historica...Read More
The building is at the corner of Rasinovo and Resslova Street at the Jirásek Bridge in Prague city centre. The Karlovo namesti underground station is within walking distance. The building is not...Read More
Prague's Spanish Synagogue is one of Europe's most beautiful synagogues. The synagogue got its name from the Moorish style in which it was built in 1868 on the site of the 12th century original ...Read More
The Charles Bridge, also called the Stone Bridge, was built in the 1350s by the famous King Charles IV. It is one of the oldest surviving complete and functioning monuments in Europe.
It's more than 138 m deep and the more massive gorge in the Czech Republic and even Central Europe. The Abyss of Macocha is famous. This unique nature has a height of about 174 m and a width of ...Read More
Český Krumlov, located on a horseshoe bends in the Vltava River near the border of Austria. Cesky Krumlov is known to be the most beautiful historical towns of Europe. A day in this town is an i...Read More
Being the tallest mountain of Czech Rep, Snezka is a popular spot if visiting Czech Rep for a longer time or coming from Germany or Poland. A new Chair lift that runs from the parking lot (actua...Read More
Spirálovitá Rozhledna is one of the highest observatory towers in the Czech Republic, a land that is not without lookout towers. It is located at Krásno. This twisty tower, located 777 m above s...Read More
The Ještěd Hotel was named for the 308-foot Ještěd Tower mountain which stretches over the Czech town of Liberec to the shade of the mountain. This radio tower and hotel, which is unusually shap...Read More
One of the "cool" places to visit in the city is the John Lennon Wall in Mala Strana, and everyone wants a picture from here, but the story is no less interesting.
The wall of the Knights...Read More
South of Bohemia, is the most beautiful region in the Czech Republic. Specifically, the triangle of the three castles of Trebon, Jindrichuv Hradec, and Cervena Lhota. All of these castles sprawl...Read More
Located in the neighboring to the Prague Zoo, in the Troja basin, the grounds of the botanical garden are situated on the right bank of the Vltava river near Troja Castle.
The most famou...Read More
The roof of one of the largest contemporary art spaces in the heart of Europe has featured a unique architectural intervention inspired by the elegant forms of airships of the early twentieth ce...Read More
We found a palace garden with fountains, statues, and other unique features hidden behind the high walls among several buildings, and it was Dripstone Wall Garden. One of the few sites in the wo...Read More
Olšany cemetery is one of the largest of its kind in Prague and one of the biggest in Czech Republic. The Old Jewish Cemetery was established and included an Orthodox section, to replace the Old...Read More
Chrám svaté Barbary is the enormity of a Gothic church which was built under the small town of Kutna Hora with the wealth of a silver mine. The images of the miners in their white robes on the w...Read More
This widespread national park is just a 90-minute drive from Prague, but it may be on another planet as well. There's no trace of city life here. Home to green gulches, towering cliffs of sandst...Read More
Polední hora is the mountain top with an observation tower which is located 7 kilometers from Prášily, south of Polní Mountain. It is a natural dominant for the entire border region at an altitu...Read More
Edmund Gorge, formerly known as Quiet or Lower Gorge, is a rocky canyon of the Kamenice River, the last of the three gorges in the lower reaches of the river east of Hřensko. A two hour ride fr...Read More
Definitely avoid peak seasons, the crowds really made it difficult to get around - sadly Cesky Krumlov has been brutally exploited commercially - obviously not something the tour organisers can ...Read More
This attractive touristic route in the Czech Republic has become a footpath of about 12 km along rock-cut sculptets, built about 175 años ago. Such rock sculptures are rather unique in the field...Read More