Czech Republic – Prague
The Czech Republic offers not only varied natural richness, mountains, lakes, caves, spas with mineral springs listed in UNESCO world heritage, but also traditional folklore, lots of castles open to the public with beautiful exhibitions. The most visited places are Prague and South Moravia, the cradle of Winemaking with lots of wine cellars and the Valtice – Lednice Area (UNESCO) with historical buildings, Minaret, Library. The capital is Prague with 1 million inhabitants, an amazing location on the mountain around the Vltava River with monumental Hradcany and Old-Time Vysehrad, Prague is also called the 100 towers city. The city centre is located around Wencelas square with lots of coffee shops and luxury boutiques. The main touristic attraction is the Old town with its historical streets with lot of smalls boutiques and also with the famous Prague Astronomical Clock. A walk through Charles Bridge will lead you to Mala Strana. Prague is one of the most compact medieval cities in Europe. An educational and interesting visit can also be made to the Jewish quarter. Prague is a centre of culture, with the highest number of theatres in Europe, but also of excellent Czech cuisine, including famous beers served in typical Czech pubs.