Sightseeing in the Czech Republic gets you the very best of
classical Europe combined with the charm and spark of a truly
original country. Most visitors spend their time in Prague,
enjoying the beauty of the medieval buildings and evocative scenery
of the river-front location, while sampling the cultural delights
of the dynamic live music and theatre scene.
Beyond Prague is a host of delights unjustly neglected by
foreign visitors. These include world-class attractions such as
picturesque Ceský Krumlov, the fascinating ossuary of Hutna Korta
and Karlsbad, the queen of the Czech republic's many spa resort
The most popular time to visit is over the peak summer months of
July and August, although Prague in particular can get very
crowded. Spring - April to June - has mild weather and warm days
and is probably the ideal time to visit.