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Czech Republic holidays

The Czech Republic has only been a country since 1993, but it still has lots on offer for a brilliant holiday. The country has a unique and fascinating history to explore in its many castles as well as a diverse culture to enjoy. Here at lastminute.com we have a great selection of deals on holidays in the Czech Republic, so browse our offers and grab yourself a bargain. If you book your flight and hotel together you can save even more.

The capital city of the Czech Republic is a beautiful place to visit, with its gold-tipped towers and church domes that survived World War Two almost undamaged. The city is home to Prague Castle, which is the largest ancient castle in the world, and offers some stunning views of the city from the top of its walls. The castle is only a small example of the amazing selection of historical buildings on offer in the city.

Prague’s historic city centre is home to the neoclassical theatre where Mozart’s Don Giovanni was first performed. The city also has some fine art galleries and museums including the Czech National Gallery, which houses work by artists like Picasso, Monet and Renoir.

Castles

The Czech Republic is also home to an amazing collection of castles, and the most popular is the medieval castle Karlštejn. Located 30km from the capital, the castle has a beautiful fairytale setting on the top of a hill overlooking the Berounka River. There are fascinating tours on offer which take you around the inside of the castle and explain its interesting history. 

The village below the castle is a great place to go if you want to pick up some souvenirs. If you want to stretch your legs, the beautiful forests around the castle have some excellent footpaths for you to hike.

Česky Krumlov

After you’ve seen the sights in Prague, a smaller but equally interesting place to visit is the town located in Southern Bohemia called Crumlaw. The town has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and with its many beautiful Baroque buildings it’s not hard to see why.

The town is home to the Egon Schiele Centrum Museum. The famous artist visited the town to paint the surrounding landscape, and today the museum holds a fantastic collection of his watercolours and drawings. If you want to explore the town’s history you should visit its regional museum, which has a wonderful collection of Bohemia antiques, and some fossils which were found in the local area.