It may be a small town but it has the most charming square in all of the Czech Republic. There is something special about Telc and it’s worth a visit.
This icon of modernist architecture is open to the public – but it’s not quite that simple. This is what happened when I tried to see it.
The beautiful castle at Litomyšl dazzles from the outside and has a wonderful collection of Czech heritage inside.
This old silver mining city has a richness of sites to see. This church and cathedral are two of the most important.
One of the strangest sights you will ever see – this creepy church is decorated with the bones of thousands of dead bodies!
The castle at Kromeriz is a wonderful site in itself. But when you discover what Czech treasures are kept inside, it takes on a whole new light!
Let me tell you about each of the World Heritage Sites in the Czech Republic and give you my thoughts about if they’re worth visiting.
Get more out of your time in the Czech Republic with these suggestions of day trips from Prague. With a variety of destinations, there’s something for everyone.
To see some of the Czech countryside, take an easy day hike from Prague that also leads you past castles, churches and flooded quarries.