Czech Republic

Last updated: 6 November 2017
Settled by the Celts in 300BC The Czech Republic is a history lover’s paradise. It’s capital city Prague, dubbed the city of a thousand spires, was fortunate enough to escape damage during the Second World War, and so it boasts some of the most original ancient structures in Europe. This is a country full of architectural masterpieces, and great beer.

Preserved renaissance houses on cobblestone streets stand below castles and lavish palaces, with artworks, murals and furnishings of unbelievable opulence, The towering golden spires of the cathedrals define the skyline and on the inside gilt framed icons, frescos, wooden carvings and latticework gleam warmly in the candlelight.

Czech Republic

Outside of the cities, the country is full of green rolling hills, rivers, forests, vineyards and delightful little villages.

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