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A Glimpse of Elegant Czech Villas

True lovers of architectural masterpieces that display virtuosity will find Prague city’s exquisite villas irresistible. There are numerous villas across Prague, which can be worth your time. These magnificent villas impose nothing but grandeur, and are open to the public. They include; Villa Müller The Loosova villa also known as …

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The City of Prague Museum

The City of Prague Museum

The City of Prague Museum is one eye-catching building built in a neo-renaissance style. The building, which was built between 1896 and 1898, is located next to Florenc Metro Station. The building was designed by Antonin Balšánek to specifically serve as the Royal Museum of the state. The neo \ …

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Špilberk Castle

Špilberk Castle

The Czech Republic, also known as Czechia, is a land of many untold stories. Located in Central Europe, it is a country rich in historical architecture. You have to set foot on Czech soil to appreciate the various castles, cathedrals and ancient town halls that symbolize the country’s ancient history. …

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Cool places to visit in Czech Republic

Prague Tours

A subtle blend of medieval settlements and modern architectural designs, the Czech Republic, also known as Czechia, is fast becoming the number one travel destination for tourists. Located in Central Europe, this great country provides visitors with something different from what the conventional European circuit has to offer. Whether you …

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10 Best Places to Visit in Czech Republic

Prague Tourist Attractions

If you are an adventurous traveler, then you are aware of the thrill that comes with visiting exotic places. The Czech Republic is one of these unique travel destinations that will leave you yearning for more. Czechia was left with its fair share of breathtaking spots and interesting sites. The …

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Franz Kafka Museum

Franz Kafka Museum

The Franz Kafka Museum is your place to go to relive and experience the works of this great German author.  Born July 3rd 1885 Franz Kafka was like any other boy in the city of Prague.  He played with his friends, went to school and just enjoyed life.  What set …

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Alphonse Mucha Museum

Situated outside a breath taking garden the Mucha Museum is a delight for the lovers of fine works of art. The Mucha Museum is located in the historic eighteenths century Kaunicky Palace.  This museum is the home of the Czech Republic’s most famous Nouveau artist Alphonse Mucha. Mucha lived from …

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The St Agnes of Bohemia Convent

The St Agnes of Bohemia Convent is the oldest Gothic building in the city of Prague.  This building has a lot of historical significance and heritage and one that needs to be visited when exploring Prague.  When you visit the convent you will be near the St Francis church.   …

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Kutná Hora trip

If you are looking for the ideal place for a trip, you can visit Kutna Hora. It’s a medieval city, which has a lot of interesting sights and beautiful nature. Kutna Hora is located in Central Bohemian Region and it is very important conservation area, which belongs on the list …

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České Budějovice

České Budějovice is the biggest city in South Bohemian Region, and it’s also a cultural, administrative and economic center of this region. You can find it in the České Budějovice basin, where Vltava and Malše merge together. It’s a very important city, because there are many historical sights, museums and …

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