The Coronavirus has literally shut down the world. People in most countries are impacted by this virus. Czech Republic has also been impacted, but awaits for visitors to return again very soon.
It’s a sad time, but our hearts are with the world right now. We understand the importance of staying home and staying safe. We hope you enjoy some of the beautiful sights of the Czech Republic. We will all be traveling again. No worries. In the meantime, we are sending wishes of health and hope to all of you and your loved ones.
The Czech Republic is an amazing travel destination. There is so much to see and do. This former Eastern Bloc country has a lot to offer. Whether you want a simple, relaxing vacation or a luxury VIP experience, the Czech Republic has it all.
Highlights of the Czech Republic
Enjoy the bustling city streets of Prague or kayaking and visiting the castles in Český Krumlov. Next, observe the natural beauty of the Moravian Karst Punkva caves. Plus, stroll through the expansive elegance of the Lednice Chateau and gardens. In addition, indulge in the Bohemian spa town of Karlovy Vary. Take to the outdoors and hike the hills of Hřensko, Bohemian Switzerland. Lastly, relive history by following the Royal Route through historic city of Prague.
Start planning your future trip with the goal of exploring the Czech Republic’s UNESCO sights. These include the gardens of Kroměříž and the Olomouc Astronomical Clock. In addition, see the pastel facades on the streets of Telč. Also, you can take a virtual tour of Brno’s famed architectural example of modern architecture. Plan ahead as it’s normally booked out several months in advance.
Monuments and Museums
The Prague Castle website is open for virtual tours including garden strolls and a crowd-free look at the golden glow inside St. Vitus Cathedral. Check out the 360-degree views from the top of both Charles Bridge Towers (Old Town and Lesser Town), see the bright colors and arched ceilings of the Ctěnice Chateau, and step inside the unassuming Podskalí Custom House at Výtoň.
Arts and Culture
Be sure to enjoy the legends of Czech Opera. This country is known for stunning plays and musical experiences. For example, see “Rusalka” by Antonin Dvořák, “The Bartered Bride” by Bedřich Smetana and “Jenůfa” by Leoš Janáček.
Wanderlust in Words
The Czech Republic has inspired numerous authors over the centuries. Examples are – Franz Kafka, Milan Kundera, and Umberto Eco just to name a few. Dive into this collection of literary books to satisfy your love of stories. Now you can see the Czech Republic through vivid prose and imagination.
Does That Backdrop Look Familiar?
Hollywood location scouts and film crews love using the beauty of the Czech Republic as the backdrop. Think Prague (and Liberec) in Spiderman: Far From Home and the whimsical hills of North Bohemia in Amazon’s Carnival Row. In addition, the Czech capital stands in for historical France in Season 2 of Outlander. It’s time to bring a little bit of the Czech Republic into your life. Also, there are numerous other films and series shot on location across this great country.
The Flavors of Czech Easter
Since today is Easter, we want to bring a little piece of Czech Easter into your home, while you are practicing “Social Distancing.” There are many traditions that surround the Easter holiday in the Czech Republic. Some may be familiar, such as decorating colorful eggs> A few may seem unusual, including willow-tree whips. But this religious holiday is also filled with bright colors, aromas, and festive flavors..
Until you can begin to travel, keep the Czech Republic on your Bucket List. Wishing you all a Veselé Velikonoce – “Happy Easter”!