1. The Prague Castle
|The Prague Castle|
The Prague Castle is the most visited castle in the Czech Republic, which was built in the 9th century. It was the home of the powerful kings of Bohemia, Roman emperors. It was famous for its precious treasures, relics of Bohemian kings, and the Crown Jewels which is kept safe inside the castle. Prague Castle is one of the largest castles in the world and most attractive place in the city.
Plan to visit in spring season from late February to May for comfortable temperatures. It takes around 2-3 hours for visiting Prague Castle. The castle is open daily from 6 am to 10 pm.
2. The Charles Bridge
|The Charles Bridge|
The Charles Bridge is a very old and famous bridge in the Vltava river in Prague. It was built in the 15th century by King Charles IV. It was a very important bridge at that time, as it is the only bridge between the Prague Castle and the city’s Old Town until 1841. There are 30 stunning statues which were crated beautiful and the most famous statue in bridge are of St John of Nepomuk. You can enjoy the beautiful scenery along with the well carved sculpture on the bridge.
The best time to visit the Charles Bridge during December when the bridge is well decorated. Well, just walk will take 10- 15 minutes, but according to some tourist it takes almost 1 hours to take pictures and live the beautiful scenery of bridge and statues.
3. St. Vitus Cathedral
|St. Vitus Cathedral|
The St. Vitus Cathedral is a Roman Catholic cathedral in Prague. It is world famous for its brilliant architecture, which took almost 600 years to complete. This cathedral was completed in 1929, a gorgeous example of Gothic architecture. This church is biggest and most important church in the Czech Republic, well you can say St Vitus is one of the richest endowed cathedrals in Europe. This magnificent architecture cathedral attracts millions of tourists from all around the world.
Well, there is no fixed season to visit such a wonderful Cathedral, but you can select May or September when the climate is pleasant in Prague. Opening times from 12pm to 5pm. It will take 3 to 4 hours to visit the St. Vitus Cathedral.
4. Český Krumlov Castle
|Český Krumlov Castle|
Český Krumlov Castle is a very famous castle of Český Krumlov was built around a 13th-century. This beautiful castle was located near the bank of the Vltava River. It is one of the largest castles of Europe with 40 buildings and five courtyards. This old town of Europe is one of the UNESCO World Heritage Site. Most of the house roof in Český Krumlov is orange, which looks attractive and beautiful.
The best time to visit this town from May to August. Opening times from 9am to 5pm. The castle gets crowded quickly, so try to visit as early as possible. 2 hours would be a good time to explore the castle.
5. The Moravian Karst
|The Moravian Karst|
The Moravian Karst is a karst landscape and the largest cave in the Czech Republic. It covers an area of roughly 92 km². It is one of the popular tourist sites in Europe. There are more than 1100 caverns and gorges, in which 4 caves are open to public. The Bicycle track and hiking paths are also very famous and enjoyable among tourist to explore. Even you can experience boat ride too in the exit tunnel.
The best time to visit from March to November. It will take an hour to explore the Moravian Karst and enjoy some beautiful limestone flows.
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6. Bohemian Switzerland
Bohemian Switzerland is the best picturesque site in the Czech Republic and the largest sandstone arch in Europe. It is also known as Czech Switzerland. The two very famous gorges are Edmund Gorge and Divoká Gorge. Some of the things that you like to do hiking, boating, camping, rock climbing, canoeing, kayaking and cycling. Some popular sites like Tisa Rocks, Elbe River, and Pravčická Brána make this place a spectacular viewpoint in Europe. It attracts more than two million visitors all over the world each year.
The best time and most tourists visited Bohemian Switzerland from April to late September to avoid crowds. It required more than 2 days to explore Bohemian Switzerland.
7. Karlovy Vary
Karlovy Vary was named after Charles IV, King of Bohemia. This beautiful city is famous for its hot springs and colourful culture. There are members of hot springs made in this town which make the most popular town of 19th century. It is very famous for spa treatments. this wonderful place is also known for one of Europe’s major film events. Some of the sites to visit in this spa city like Loket Castle, Museum Karlovy Vary and Art Gallery, Church and very famous Museum of Glass Moser where you can see a perfect Glassworks.
The best time to visit Karlovy Vary is during the summer between June to August. When crowd is less and temperature is pleasant. To visit this picturesque town, you need at least one day to enjoy.
8. The Klementinum
The Klementinum is most beautiful Library in the world. It is one of the large complex of Europe, was built in mid- 16th century. Only a maximum of 25 people per tour is allowed in the building, so before going book your ticket for the tour. This library is glorious to view from inside, stunning architecture and beautiful piece of artwork will win your heart. You can also visit the astronomical tower, which is 68 meter height, from where you can get a stunning view of Prague.
There is no perfect season for visiting the library, as it always look gorgeous. Klementinum opens at 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. all day. The tour takes about 50 minutes and is always guided, entrance ticket varies as per the time.
9. Mumlava waterfall
Mumlava waterfall is the most stunning natural beauty of the Czech Republic. It is the largest waterfall in the Czech Republic. The Mumlava waterfall is located within the Czech Krkonoše National Park. It is one of the best spots in this park. Many tourists visit here to view this stunning waterfall. Many people love to hike, to cascade river to reach this wonderful waterfall.
The best time in spring season when snow melts. Spring season, usually from March to late May. It took around 15 to 20 minutes to walk to the falls, and enjoy the falls it takes around 1-2 hours.
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