Sometimes, it is hard to decide on the next travel destination. We should consider all aspects, including the budget, travel tickets, time of the trip, and the motivation to see another city. That is why we decided to create a list of the top three Czech Republic cities worth a visit.  Tune in & choose your next travel destination Pardubice  Pardubice opens our list of budget travel. The city is located to the east of Prague, approximately 96 kilometers. In other words, the destination is optimal as it will take you around one hour to get there.  For what is Pardubice famous? Actually, there are plenty of things that you can do there. For instance, you can visit the SynthesiaRead more.

Re-discovering Czech cities and finding something new and majestic is the notion of traveling around the country. Why not visit Liberec again and reveal some of its secrets?  Its location is perfect for Prague residents; it will take you around one hour to get there, so it is an ideal trip for a weekend getaway or day trip. It’s all about your comfort. Let’s see what we can see there.  Liberec facts & overview: The city is the fifth-largest city in the Czech Republic: 104,000 inhabitants reside there.  It is an urban and thriving town that attracts locals and tourists to discover it from different angles. You never know what you will discover today. For instance, the neighborhoods on theRead more.

Today’s Nymburk is the center of Central Elbe, a city of monuments, culture, greenery, and sports: the local basketball club achieves excellent results and the Sports Center is sought after by the best athletes from all over the world say city representatives Nymburk during various centuries The story of the lovely and cozy city of Nymburk started in 1275. It was the time Přemysl Otakar II, the Bohemian king, establsihed the town. According to legends and early writings, the king invited Czech settlers, German and Dutch colonists to begin their lives.  Years passed, and the Czech language became the dominant one after the Hussite Wars in the 15th century. Since then, there are brick walls around Nymburk with more thanRead more.