Tag: Czech Republic

Best Late Spring Hikes In Central (Or Eastern?) Europe

As the weather warms up, days get longer, snow melts and late spring comes, we can hike higher and higher. And we do hike a lot, enjoy the wildflowers that start to bloom at higher elevations and the waterfalls that are roaring. The second piece of our seasonal hiking guide to Central Europe is about…
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Our 7 Favorite European Old Towns – From 7 Years Of Travelling

One reason European cities are so popular among tourists is their old towns. The cobbled streets, pastel colored houses, giant cathedrals and magnificent palaces take you back centuries in time. And some cities has especially well-preserved and intact historical old towns. We show you our favorite European old towns in this post. We’ve been travelling…
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Our 8 Favorite Castles In Czechia

Our favorite country to visit romantic castles in Central Europe? Czechia. We explored different regions of this beautiful country in the past years, and they surprised us with well-preserved old towns and unique castles. Let’s talk about them now. From the 13th to the 19th century, kings and queens, princes, princesses, knights, bishops, archbishops and…
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Hiking In Šumava National Park, Czechia

Wherever we travel, we make sure that some hiking is included. That’s how we ended up spending two days in Šumava National Park in Czechia. It was just enough to explore this pretty park and all of its beautiful alpine lakes. Because who can resist alpine lakes? You’ve probably never heard of Šumava National Park…
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Monthly Recap: May 2019

We spent most of May on the road. Starting with an awesome road trip in a new-to-us region of Czechia, then continuing with a new-to-us country, Ireland. We fell in love with both, even though the weather we got was far from perfect (what is perfect Irish weather, by the way?). We spent most of…
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Our 5 Days Road Trip In South Bohemia, Czechia

When it comes to Czechia, people think of Prague. And that’s why Prague is crazy crowded any time of the year. So crowded that they actually make some narrow pedestrian streets one-way only in busier periods of the year – and rightly so, since you’d stand no chance going against the crowd, anyway. But Prague…
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How To Plan Your Visit To Prague’s Christmas Markets

Most of the big and small European cities have their traditions for Christmas markets. Last year we wanted to experience the Christmas magic in one of our favorite cities in the world: Prague. In the first place, we came to the conclusion that whether it’s summer or winter, we love Prague so much! On the…
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Architecture Beauties: Stunning Facades Of Prague

Prague’s architecture is like an open history book. It’s historical city center is one of the largest ones on the UNESCO World Heritage List and you can bump into most of the architecture styles ever used in Europe’s history on your walk. Many gems of Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque and Rococo architecture stand proud in…
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Sightseeing In Brno, Czechia

Prague, the capital of Czech Republic is one of the most popular cities to visit in Europe. But it seems that the rest of Czechia doesn’t get that much attention. At least that’s what we experienced on our trip to Moravia last summer. We were surrounded mostly by Czech people as we explored the pretty…
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