A holiday in the Czech Republic is an enjoyable experience. You will be pleasantly surprised by the beautiful culture of this country. You can visit beautiful cities here with historical centers such as Prague
and Kutna Hora, Telc, Cesky Krumlov. Prague is a vibrant city with some beautiful and special museums, the Jewish quarter and many other attractions, historical monuments of World War II. A visit to the historic village of Holasovice is also highly recommended and what would you also think of Kromeritz or the Litomysl Castle? The spa towns of the Czech Republic offer relaxation and conviviality, professional treatments with minerals and thermal springs, having a vast history when it comes to the healing springs, since the 12th century. This can be both healing and relaxing. Think of Karlsbad and Marienbad this way. The culture in Czech Republic also has numerous features.
Enjoy your holiday in the Czech mountains
You will experience some great times during your summer and winter holidays in the mountains. You will find beautiful mountains in the Czech Republic as in the Sumava National Park or the Bohemian Forest. It is large and was fairly untouched, the natural inhabitants and the border guards came here in 1990. Mount Plechy is 1378 meters high. It is a beautiful area for hiking, cycling and enjoying nature. The national park Krkonose or ‘Reuzengebergte’ (Giant Mountains) is protected by UNESCO. The highest peak is 1602 meters high. Thanks to the varied natural landscape, it is very suitable for winter sports. In summer it’s perfect for walking and mountain biking. The routes are getting longer and are better marked. The ‘Ertsgebergte’, meaning the Ore mountains
is another beautiful area.
Choose an active holiday in the Czech Republic
You can choose to relax in various ways during an active holiday in the Czech Republic. The numerous reservoirs offer holiday activities such as fishing and water sports. A wonderful example is the Lipno lake and with a holiday home in South Bohemia
you will have the option of enjoying its water sports possibilities that include boating, surfing and sailing. Additionally, in certain places you can go fishing on the shore. For example, ideal places for trout fishing are the Vltava, Otava or Strela rivers. You can purchase a fishing license for a day as a tourist, the guide can tell you all about these things. Golfing is another popular activity during your holiday. The first golf course was laid out in 1904 here. Since then, the golf courses are constantly evolving to European standards. The Czech hospitality, the wealth of nature and culture are great reasons to choose the Czech Republic as your holiday destination.
Sports, culture, shopping with a holiday park in the Czech Republic
Get more out of your next vacation with one of Bungalow.Net's holiday parks in the Czech Republic. Not only will you find amenities like swimming pools, tennis courts, children's playgrounds, cafes and bicycle rentals, but the country itself is quite affordable when it comes to family holidays in the Czech Republic, with inexpensive dining options, ski lift tickets, golf and more. Add to the mix a beautiful natural environment and the hospitality of the local people, and you have the stuff vacation dreams are made of. The country offers opportunity for a canoeing adventure on one of the numerous waterways, or for more thrills, a whitewater canoeing down the Tepla River in Karlovy Vary. Everyone can enjoy activities like sailing, water-skiing and wind surfing on Lipno Lake, the largest lake in the Czech Republic. It's also an ideal place for anglers, and you can even grill your catch-of-the-day on a campfire at various spots around the lake. For children a visit to one of the zoos here, such as the one in Ostrava, will be a total thrill. Here you can admire numerous animals, from birds to leopards.
A wide range of cultural attractions
A holiday park in the Czech Republic is the affordable way to discover the cultural treasures of Bohemia! In the Czech Republic, cultural opportunities abound, but a visit to Prague, the nation's capital, is a great place to start you adventure. Prague Castle is a very popular attraction and dates from the 9th century. It was once a huge palace complex, the largest in the world, and home to presidents, kings and Holy Roman emperors. The changing of the guard is a great attraction for both young and old, and takes place at 12:00 noon each day. Of course Prague is not the only city worth visiting. Towns like Harrachov, Spindleruv Mlyn and Cesky Krumlov, a small town with a huge church, St. Vitus Cathedral are equally charming and welcoming. This area is also well known for its Bohemian glass and crystal. There are many shops where you can pick up a special souvenir, and the Doxa Gallery has beautiful and modern glass art. Start the cultural treasure hunt with a holiday in the Czech Republic.
From skiing to shopping
A winter holiday in the Czech Republic is always special. Spindleruv Mlyn is one of the country's larger ski areas, with 25 km of ski runs suitable for both the beginner and more advanced skier. You can even take ski lessons and rent ski equipment. The most famous ski area in the Czech Republic is located in Harrachov. In the area there are of course smaller ski resorts and the apres-ski is very well organized. In the warmer months you can go horseback riding in the countryside or spend your time practicing water sports at reservoirs such as Lipno Lake. Walking around among nature is a relaxing way of getting detached from the hustle and bustle in the city, while mountain biking among nature is a challenge as well as a wonderful experience here. Another way to spend your time actively is to go shopping, an activity that is well known and beloved by so many. You can go shopping on a small scale with a visit to a weekly market in a village or on a larger scale in Prague. You just have to make the great "effort" of choosing what best suits your mood.