Czech Republic – Bohemian Paradise

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Explore Czech Lands: Welcome to the land of stories. There is no need to walk to the other end of the world to find a captivating story. The Czech Republic has so many such stories to tell that they would make for a pretty thick book. We have chosen those that you can experience for yourself – with your partner, family, or even on your own.

Czech Landmarks:  UNESCO sites in the Czech Republic. Registrations in the UNESCO cultural heritage list are not bestowed lightly; there are less than a thousand in the whole world but you can find twelve of them in the Czech Republic.  The historical center of Prague, Cesky Krumlov, Kutna Hora and Telc and  Functionalist Villa Tugendhat  in Brno designed by the architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, the historical gardens and chateau in Kromeriz and the Pilgrimage Church of St. John of Nepomuk steeped in symbolism in Zdar nad Sazavou.

Czech Destinations: Discover a little piece of heaven in the Bohemian Paradise area – a unique combination of outlandish rock formations, dense pine forests, lordly castles and chateaux, countless lofty viewing points, hiking and cycling trails. Bohemian Paradise, this exceptionally colourful mosaic of landscape types, geological phenomena and biotopes, complemented by historic monuments and typical folk architecture, covers almost 1400 square kilometres and is situated between the towns of Mlada Boleslav, Jicin, Nova Paka and Semily.


Learn more about Czech Traditions – Did you know, that Czech traditions smell like cinnamon, shine like fire, ring like bell, for the touch are soft and captivating in their unbridled strength? We offer unique guide to traditions of Czech countries, which are bearers of beauty, fame and energy. Enjoy the Czech traditions with all senses! The Czech Republic offers an endless range of traditions and crafts, customs full of music, breathtaking architecture and sceneries.

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