Czech Republic as a travel
As a travel destination, the Czech
Republic has much to offer. It's home to beautiful natural scenery, rolling farmlands, villages lost in time, hills
crowned with castles, some of the world's finest beers, a mild climate and its vibrant capital,
The Czech Republic comprises two
areas, Bohemia in the west and Moravia in the east. Gems in Bohemia include the valleys of the Vltava and Labe
rivers, hills and rocky mountains which are perfect for hiking and rambling.
Český Krumlov is a small city in the
South Bohemian Region of the Czech Republic
Photo taken from Český Krumlov Castle, by Dbenzhuser.
Bohemia boasts a number of delightful
medieval towns. A sublime example is the historic center of Ceský Krumlov on the banks of the Vltava river. The
town features a 13th-century castle with Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque components.
Moravia is the agricultural heart of
the country and is marked by picturesque farms, wooded highlands and vineyards. Brno is the largest city in South
Moravia and the Czech Republic's second largest city. It showcases the natural and artistic charms of South Moravia
and offers a host of theaters cinemas, and clubs.
Map of the Czech republic showing the borders of its
historical lands and the borders of the current administrative regions
(kraje), by user Millenium187. This image
is a derivative work of the following images: Czech_Rep._-_Bohemia,_Moravia_and_Silesia_III.png licensed with Cc-by-sa-3.0.
If you're making your
way to Prague from other parts of the country, the area surrounding the capital is
well-worth seeing. Notable is the Vltava river valley which has reservoirs, and the many delightful