Czech Republic

The countryside is dotted with romantic castles and the cities are blessed with enchanting architecture and a unique heritage. You'll be charmed by the Czech Republic. Read more...

Visiting the Czech Republic almost feels like travelling back 500 years. This is a country with medieval architecture and cobblestone streets, world-renowned beer and cultural traditions that have been observed by generations.

Explore the Bohemian villages of Ceske Budejovice and Holasovic, discover the Roman-era treasures in Olomouc’s Old Town, or recuperate from a long voyage in the healing thermal springs of Karlovy Vary.

The Czech capital Prague embodies enchantment. Walk around the Old Town and explore its many public squares, churches, palaces and galleries, and admire the view from the Charles Bridge before heading to the city’s fairytale castle. Float down the Vltava River after dark on a dinner cruise, head to some of the historic pubs and take in Czech culture over a local beer or two, and rest your head at Zbiroh, the oldest castle in the country.

Further out lies the quaint medieval town of Cesky Krumlov, a UNESCO World Heritage site renowned for its narrow walkways and the State Castle, where hours can be spent wandering around its sprawling grounds.

Romance and beauty go hand in hand during a trip to the unforgettable Czech Republic.


  • Walk around the perfectly preserved medieval town of Pesky Krumlov.
  • Stroll around the Prague Castle complex, where you’ll find the Royal Palace, St Vitus Cathedral and St George’s Basilica.
  • Rejuvenate in the healing springs of Karlovy Vary.
  • Marvel at the intricate structures made from human bones in the Ossuary of the Cistercian Monastery in Kutna Hora, a historic silver-mining town.