There are about a dozen castles scattered throughout Cesky Raj in Czechia, with unique traits like pink facades or being built right into a cliffside.
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With a snow white facade, intricate design details and immaculate gardens, Hluboká Castle is considered one of the most impressive Czech Republic castles.
From soaking in beer baths to checking out a bear pit, here are some quirky ideas for what to do in Český Krumlov, Czech Republic.
From beer baths to spooky sanctuaries and even glamping under a castle, here are some of the most unique things to do in Kutna Hora.
Kutna Hora’s Bone Church is exactly what it sounds like: a church made entirely of human bones. How’s that for a wacky tourist attraction?
Malešov Camp near Kutna Hora in the Czech Republic offers guests the chance to can sleep under a fortress, in a so-called ‘medieval glamour camp.’
Dining in a cave, taking a beer bath and drinking a cocktail out of a gnome are just some of the most unusual, fun things to do in Prague.
Beer baths have traditionally been found throughout the Czech Republic, and the benefits include increased circulation, exfoliation and softer hair. Here’s what the experience is like!
Though it’s hard to judge an entire country by its capital, Prague gives visitors a good jumping-off point. The picturesque city is famous for its orange roofs, which are prominently displayed in every panoramic photograph and will likely be one of the first things you notice when you arrive.