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Only less than a century, Czech Republic is a relatively new country that existed only in 1933. However, it boasts of plethora of exciting sights and attractions, with bountiful castles and fortresses that are aging gracefully with the nation herself. Here, you will get to learn the makings of the country by unraveling the history of Bohemia and Moravia, two ancient lands that make up the present-day Czech Republic. Stroll in the past and help yourself to historical sights, imbibe the present-day scenario and expect to be cultured most especially in Prague, deemed as one of the world’s most beautiful cities. Help yourself to finer things in life and gulp down a pint or two in the brewery towns of Pilsen (also Plzeň). Czech Republic may be a young nation, but it manages to stir the heart and soul of young and old folks alike.

What to see & do

Historic districts such as the Old Town, New Town, and Lower Town should not be missed since they serve as the starting point of getting to know the country better. While in Prague, do not pass up the chance to visit the biggest ancient castle in the world, the Prague Castle, which rises above the city and offers picturesque views. Within the site, you should also visit the St. Vitus Cathedral. Having been completed in time for its consecration in 1929, it houses world-renowned treasures such as 14th-century mosaic of the Last Judgment, the baroque silver tomb that contains the remains of St. John of Nepomuch, the ornate chapel of St. Wenceslas, as well as the art nouveau stained glass by Alfons Mucha. For a memorable and nostalgic experience, you can opt for a river cruise at night, with an option to choose between a one-hour cruise or long evening cruises with dinner or music.

If you want to taste the finest breweries, head to Pilsen, the fourth largest city in Czech Republic. This is where Pilsner Urquell was invented. To get a taste of its unfiltered and unpasteurized version which is way better than the filtered one, head to the Senk Na Parkanu pub or head straight to the brewery itself. If you find yourself travelling here around September, chances are, you will be treated to the biggest and most famous beer festival in the country, the Pilsner Fest. If you want to get it off your system, stretch those muscles and opt for a stroll through the city parks surrounding the historical city centre, and simply enjoy the view of the city. You can also try dining in at Rango in the central area, which serves superb Mediterranean restaurant that has a fine selection and unique options for dining atmosphere. You can get into Pilsen by boarding a bus from Prague.

How to get around

From Vaclav International Airport in Prague, you can opt to hail public transport buses which are abundant and takes you in areas that serve as the pit stop for most visitors and travelers. Take note that public buses do not enter the historic districts of OId Town, New Town, and Lower Town. If you wish to reach those areas, you should consider switching to trams or metro lines. To reach other cities of Czech Republic, you can simply board a bus.

How to get there

You can book a flight and reach Czech Republic via Skyscanner, your online source for cheap and trusted flights. International airports in the country are in the cities of Prague, Brno, Ostrava, Pardubice, and Karlovy Vary. However, the main entry point to Czech Republic would be Vaclav International Airport in Prague. The airport is being served by airlines such as Adria Airways, Aer Lingus, Aeroflot, airBaltic, Air France, Air Lituanica, Austrian Airlines, Alitalia, Azerbaijan Airlines, Belavia, British Airways, Brussels Airlines, Bulgaria Air, Czech Airlines, easyJet, El Al, Emirates, Finnair, flydubai, Germanwings, Iberia,, Jetairfly, KLM, Korean Air, LOT Polish Airlines, Lufthansa, Lufthansa Regional, Norwegian Air Shuttle, Pegasus Airlines, Ryanair, S7 Airlines, Saravia, Scandinavian Airlines, SmartWings, Swiss International Air Lines, TAP Portugal, TAROM,, France, Turkish Airlines, Ukraine International Airlines, Ural Airlines, Volotea, Vueling, Wizz Air, and Yakutia Airlines. Some airlines such as Air Malta, Air Transat, Air VIA, Astra Airlines, Alitalia, Bulgarian Air Charter, Delta Air Lines, Enter Air, Freebird Airlines, Nouvelair, Orenair, Small Planet Airlines, Tailwind Airlines, Travel Service Airlines, and Tunisair also serve the airport on seasonal basis. The aforementioned airlines fly majorly to European destinations.

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