The beautiful castle at Litomyšl dazzles from the outside and has a wonderful collection of Czech heritage inside.
The two magnificent palaces at Lednice and Valtice are surrounded by equally magnificent parklands… but have they been stolen?
They say that Český Krumlov looks like it’s from a fairy tale. Well, we all know that fairy tales from the Middle Ages have a dark side to them.
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.
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 small village of just 23 homes has been listed as a World Heritage Site because of its historical importance. I visit Holasovice to find out why.
It’s often hard to imagine these days that Prague was under communist rule for so long – but this museum gives an insight into those dark days.
To see some of the Czech countryside, take an easy day hike from Prague that also leads you past castles, churches and flooded quarries.
When you think of Budweiser, you probably think of the US beer. But in this Czech city is a beer with the same name that’s caused a century of lawsuits!