Take me to the Czech Republic!

People go to the Czech Republic for inspiration. Spectacular toy-like cities full of architectural masterpieces have made this country one of the most beautiful places in Europe and a promised land for photographers.

Winter in Prague

You can walk the streets of Prague for days, marveling at the elegant legacy of the Middle Ages: ancient castles, fortresses, churches, squares…and bridges, bridges, bridges. One can’t help but wonder if the chief architect of Prague, as well as every other Czech town, came from some kind of fantasy land. The buildings and bridges look so cute, nestled in among the relatively modern homes, tiled roofs, little shops and gardens, that you want to put them all under a glass to enjoy later.

But not only is the Czech Republic a country full of medieval charm, it’s also a land with some of the most bucolic landscapes out there. The fields of Moravia and Bohemian Switzerland, the playful rivers, stately woods and mountains will make you fall in love with this country at first sight. So if you’re looking for a perfect holiday destination, visit the Czech Republic. Because we all need a little fairytale magic in our lives!

Moravia — one of the most picturesque regions of the Czech Republic
Famous Prague bridges
Autumn in Bohemia
Adršpach-Teplice Rocks
The Charles Bridge (Karlův most) at sunset, Prague
Viaduct Zampak
Karlovy Vary
Natural Wonder
A vineyard
Road through the forest
The Dancing House, Prague399205-900-1457619007-case_danzanti

Šumava National Park  

Amazing architecture 
A typical view, Prague
White Carpathians
The Moravian Karst
Bohemian Switzerland National Park
Malá Skála, a village in the Czech Republic
Wooden Churches 
The flowers of the Czech Republic — pink poppies and tulips
Classic Castles 
The hills of Brdy

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