Holidays to the Czech Republic uncover a country of two halves – a bustling, culture-soaked party paradise and a blanket of valleys and rivers.

Prague’s panorama

Known as ‘the city of a hundred spires’, Prague has a skyline that’s made a name for itself as one of the best. As well as Prague Castle perched on its hilltop, you can spot the bridges that criss-cross the Vltava River, three cathedrals, and the distinctive silhouette of the TV tower.

A beer lover’s dream

Brewing in the Czech Republic started back in the 10th century when monasteries began churning out the golden stuff. It’s the birthplace of Pilsner and has the highest beer consumption per person in the world – sound like a challenge? It’s part of the culture here and goes way beyond the pub, from beer spas in Prague to entire festivals in the Czech mountains. Na zdravi – that’s cheers in Czech!

Unspoilt countryside

The Czech Republic’s countryside boasts some of the most beautiful scenery in Europe – it’s packed with mountain peaks, lakes and woodland villages. In South Bohemia, you’ll find the Bohemian Forest, a mountain range and UNESCO Biosphere Reserve that’s home to animals like deer, lynx and otters, and has over 500 kilometres of hiking trails to explore. There are 18 ski resorts dotted around, too, for the ski bums out there. And over in Moravia, you can follow the Morava – a rare blackwater river – as it snakes all the way down to the Danube, on the outskirts of Slovakia’s Bratislava.

At a Glance

  • Stroll over Prague’s Charles Bridge
  • Tour the Pilsner Urquell brewery
  • Tick off the top Czech castles

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