10 Reasons To Visit Czech Republic

You can surely have fantastic vacations in the Czech Republic, exploring its historic towns, castles, chateaux, churches, and monasteries. The Czech Republic certainly is a wonderful vacation destination offering everything that you expect from a perfect vacation destination.

Located in the Central Europe, the Czech Republic is the country with rich culture & history, marvels of art & architecture, scenic beauty, captivating countryside, UNESCO sites, golf courses, ski resorts, and of course, mouth watering cuisine. There are ample of reasons to visit the Czech Republic, but here are top 10 reasons listed for you.

Prague, often dubbed as the heart of Europe, is the reason number 1 to visit Czech Republic. Located on the River Vltava in central Bohemia, the Czech capital is a charming city of bridges, cathedrals, gold-tipped towers and church domes. It is a major tourist destination of the Czech Republic. Prague is famous for its gothic repositories, picture galleries, plentiful parks, appealing churches, marketplaces, theatres and lots more. Some of the tourist attractions of Prague are Prague Castle, Charles Bridge, The Old Town, Loreta, Strahov Monastery, Prague Dancing House, PetŇô√≠nsk√° rozhledna, Czech National Gallery, Czech National Museum, and Prague City Gallery.

Situated in the heart of Prague, Art Master Gallery is the reason number 2. Specializing in the East European artistic creation, the gallery features a vast collection by great artists from Georgia, Russia, Armenia, and Ukraine. Here, you can find the fantastic works of water color, paint, charcoal, oil, mixed media, and pictures from notable names, such as Kavshbaya, Mikora, and Gepp. The art gallery often hosts shows, events and auctions of the works of upcoming creative persons.

Brno is the reason number 2 to visit the Czech Republic. The largest city in South Moravia, the second largest city in the Czech Republic, Brno lies in the central part of Europe. It is a metropolis of Moravia and a flourishing tourist centre for all who want to discover the natural and artistic splendors of the South-Moravian region. It is the cultural and administrative center of South Moravia. The city is known for plenty of theatres, repositories, cinemas, and clubs.

ńĆesk√Ĺ Krumlov gives you the reason number 4 to visit the Czech Republic. ńĆesk√Ĺ Krumlov is lovely town located in Southern Bohemia in the Czech Republic. Its historical center found the place in the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1992. It is known for its well-preserved Medieval, Renaissance and Baroque architecture. The 13th century ńĆesk√Ĺ Krumlov Castle is a large iconic in the town. The Vltava River, which flows through the town, adds to the beauty of the town.

Kutn√° Hora is the reason number 5 to visit the Czech Republic. Kutn√° Hora is a historical town located in the Bohemia region of the Czech Republic. The town is famous for older architecture, with Medieval, Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque buildings, and old silver mines. The town was included in the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1995 for the Historical Town Centre, including the Church of St Barbara and the Cathedral of Our Lady at Sedlec.

Olomouc is the reason number 6 to visit the Czech Republic. The former capital of Moravia, the 5th largest city in the Czech Republic, Olomouc is famous for Palacky University (Universita Palack√©ho) and its 2nd largest historical centre in the Czech Republic. Some of the attractions of the city are Holy Trinity Column, Olomouc Town Hall, The Astronomical clock, St. Wenceslas Cathedral, St. Moritz church, St. Michael's church, and Bezruńćovy Sady.

Pilsen is the reason number 7. Located in Bohemia, in the Czech Republic in Central Europe, Pilsen is the largest city in West Bohemia. It is a convenient base for exploring this region of the Czech Republic. Pilsen is famous for St. Bartholomew's Cathedral, the Town Hall, Historical underground network, The Pilsner Urquell brewery, West Bohemian Museum, Ethnography Museum, Brewery Museum, Pilsen City Art Gallery, West Bohemian Art Gallery "Masn√© kr√°my", and JiŇô√≠ Trnka Art Gallery.

St. Bartholomew's Church in Pilsen is the the reason number 8 to visit the Czech Republic. It is a wonderful architecture dating back the late 13th to early 16th century. Its tower (102.26 m / 335 ft) is the highest in the Czech Republic. It blends three developmental Gothic traits on the principle of a three-part nave entrance hall. It is the main architectural mark of the city. Construction of the church began at the end of the 13th century with the presbytery, now no longer standing.

Moravian Museum, the second largest and oldest repository in Czech Republic, is the reason number 9. It was established in July 1817 under the decree of Emperor Francis I. The museum's collections consist of more than 6 million of objects, symbolizing priceless scientific objects from various arenas, such as literature, music and theatre, geology, geology, phytology, zoological science, and entomology. The Museum also features the Children's Museum, a special education and leisure facility for the young visitants.