The Czech Republic has become popular among tourists in the last few decades. A trip to Czech Republic is far different from a traditional European tour, as it offers so much beyond that.
The country is one of the top picks for those who love exploring ancient architecture, castles, and natural wonders.
Besides, it is a destination in Europe for those seeking a vacation at a good price. Though Paraguay is the most preferred place by tourists, there are a plethora of places to explore in the Czech Republic other than that.
There is an endless list of UNESCO World Heritage sites in the country alongside more than 2,000 castles. For reference, we have listed the top 10 best places to visit in Czech Republic including some cities and national parks.
Top 10 Places To Visit In Czech Republic
Prague once served as the main city of the great Roman Empire and was a cultural and economic hub of Europe for centuries.
Prague’s energetic ambiance and vibrant culture with plenty of things to do make it one of the most touristy places in Europe.
The old town of Prague is home to a number of historical sites including the church of the lady before Tyn and the astronomical clock.
Overall the capital city of Prague is a must-visit destination while on a trip to Czech Republic.
Things To Do:
- Take a walk to Prague Castle’s ground
- A day trip to Wenceslas Square
- A morning walk to Charles Bridge
- Visit the national museum of Prague
The wonderful town of Telc is globally renowned for its UNESCO World Heritage Site town square. The square is surrounded by numerous baroque style and renaissance architectures.
For those who are obsessed with Italian architecture, then Telc must not be missed while on a trip to Czech Republic.
Telc was originally created to be used as the port town in the southern region of Moravia. It was the major trade center and facilitated trade between Austria, Bohemia, and Moravia.
- Telc Palace
- Castle Roštejn
- Namesti Zacharias z Hradec
- SV Ducha
- Osika Lake
- Jewish Cemetery
- Gustav Mahler House
Also known as the “city of silver”, Kutna Hora is the perfect place for a day trip if you are traveling to the nearby city of Prague.
It is listed among the UNESCO World Heritage sites in the Czech Republic for housing some fine architectural designs including castles, and churches.
A trip to Kutna Hora would be incomplete by not include the famous Bone church. It was built during the Roman era by using the bones of more than 40,000 people.
Other than Bone Church, consider taking a tour to yet another UNESCO heritage site “St. Barbara Church”.
Things To Do and Highlights:
- A trip to Bone Cathedral
- Visit the Chocolate museum
- St. Barbara’s Church
- Gothic Style Stone Fountain
- Italian Court
If you are planning a trip to Czech Republic in winter, then don’t miss out on the ski resort of Špindlerův Mlýn. Špindlerův Mlýn is no less than a paradise for locals and foreign travelers during winters.
Situated near the Krkonose mountains and national park, the sports center has a total of 11 ski lifts and 25 ski slopes.
Those who are not willing to ski may go for cross-country skiing, snowboarding, snow tubing, and ice climbing.
During summers, the travelers may take a 120-meter ziplining tour above the Labska dam. In addition to this, choose from 100 km of trails to hike throughout the national park.
Things To Do:
- Cross-country skiing
- Snow Tubing
- Ice Climbing
Brno is the second-largest city in the Czech Republic. It is one of the most underrated Czech Republic cities, but it offers a bunch of exciting things to do and explore.
The city center of Brno is home to the towering cathedral of St. Peter and Paul. It is a beautiful example of early baroque and gothic-style architecture.
Though Brno comes nowhere near Prague for the number of museums it has, but it does have a wide range of options to choose from. Some of the popular museums in Brno include the Museum of Romani Culture and the Spilberk Castle.
Furthermore, Bruni is quite popular for its lively cafe culture and range of shopping spots. The city can be easily explored on foot making it an ideal destination for a day trip.
- Cathedral of St. Peter and Paul
- Brno Zoo
- Moravian Karst and Caves
- Romani Culture Museum
- Špilberk Castle