Recommended Great Tourist Attractions in the Czech Republic

Sumava National Park is one of the four national parks in the Czech Republic. It is located in the Region of South Bohemia near Pilsen along the border with Germany and Austria. Sumava National Park was created in 1991 to protect the unique collection of swamps, forests, grasslands, rivers and lakes of glacial origin. The entire national park area is visited by tourists. The most important places are, for example the dam Lipno, Kratochvíle castle, lakes and Cerne Jezero Jezero Certovo or numerous bogs.

Cesky Krumlov is a small town in the region of South Bohemia in the Czech Republic. She is best known for its architecture, the old town and castle. Old? Esky Krumlov is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The city was founded in the 13th century at a ford in the river Vltava. Most of the architecture of the old town and 14 castle dates from the 17th century, the predominant styles are Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque. Krumlov has a museum dedicated to the painter Egon Schiele, who lived there, and also has its own brewery.

Brno is the second largest city in the Czech Republic, located in the southeast. The city was founded in 1243. It is the capital of South Moravia Region and home to many courts. During the mid-14th century Brno became the center of the region of Moravia. In the 18th century began the development of industry and commerce. The city became an industrial center of Moravia. Today Brno TRAID hosts international fairs, exhibitions and shows. The main points of interest are Špilberk Castle, Villa Tugendhat, San Pedro and San Pablo, Jewish Cemetery and the Old Town Hall.

Lednice is a village in southern Moravia in the Czech Republic. Was inscribed on the World Heritage List of UNESCO in 1996. It is a palace and the largest park in the Czech Republic. Lednice was owned by the House of Liechtenstein since the 13th century. The palace was built as a Renaissance villa in the first place. In the 17th century became a summer residence of the Prince of Liechtenstein and was designed by the Baroque architect Johann Bernhard furnished Fischer von Erlach, Domenico Martinelli and Johan Anton Ospel. A comprehensive reform finally came in the 19th century Neo-Gothic style. The surrounding park is presented in an English-style garden, which contains the romantic follies, the artificial ruins of a medieval castle and a minaret of sixty meters.

ZOO Lesna is situated in the southeast near Zlín. The zoo is open 365 days a year and belongs to the most popular zoos in the country. The zoo is divided into sections according to each continent. Visitors can travel through Africa, Asia, Australia and South America and to get to 210 species of animals. The most attractive are the gorillas, African elephants, giraffes, rhinos, kangaroos, lions, tigers, anteaters, sea lions, penguins, cranes and parrots. What else can you see at the zoo Lesná: New room tropical Yucatan, the flag of African wildlife, elephant pavilion, Exhibition of the Amazon, the Lions have a clue to the corridors of the EMU, walk through of catta lemurs exhibit Lešná castle and English-style park.

There are many possibilities how to get to the Czech Republic. It is best, no doubt to reach the capital, Prague, by plane. Prague is well connected with other Czech regions by railways and highways. On the other hand, you can also fly into larger cities (for example, Brno). The Prague airport is one of the most modern airports in Central Europe. Connections to the PRG airport are operated by many traditional airlines and low cost. Flights to European capitals are offered by the major European airlines like Lufthansa, Air France, KLM, British Airways, etc.


Sumava National Park

Ceský Krumlov

Brno

Lednice

ZOO Lesná

 
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