The Czech Republic is an amazing country that leaves travelers with exceptionally delightful impressions. Holidays in this European pearl are truly unique and diverse.
You can combine active recreation in ski resorts with sightseeing of numerous attractions, plunge into the Gothic atmosphere of the ancient cities of the Czech Republic, and see the capital of the state – the ancient city of Prague.
Most tourists coming to the Czech Republic are required to visit Prague. The old City is the heart of the capital, was built in the 13th century, and is still preserved in its original form. The Gothic Cathedral of St. Vitus is the main attraction of the city. It was built in the middle of the 14th century, and has been preserved in its original form. Such sights as the Old Town Hall, the Tyn Cathedral and the Monastery of St. Jiri are also very popular with tourists.
Karlovy Vary is a popular resort among our compatriots, famous for its healing waters and ski resorts.
The recognized center of active recreation in the Czech Republic is the resort of Spindlerov Mlyn, in this area there are numerous ski and ski trails, numerous bike paths and routes for climbers.