Counties in Czech Republic
Carlsbad (Central West)
Karlovy Vary Region (North West)
Olomouc Region (North East)
Prague area (Central)
Ústí nad Labem Region (North West)
Central Bohemian Region (Central)
Liberec Region (North Centre)
Pardubice Region (North Centre)
South Bohemian Region (South Centre)
Vysočina Region (Central East)
Hradec Králové Region (North Centre)
Moravian-Silesian Region (North East)
Plzeň Region (South West)
South Moravian Region (South East)
Zlín Region (South East)
Campings in Czech Republic
Přehrada Rozkoš u hráze
50° 21' 52'' N
16° 03' 34" E
Náchod, Hradec Králové Region
Staré Oldřichovice 134
Ústí nad Orlicí 562 01
Ústí nad Orlicí, Pardubice Region
377 01 Jindřichův Hradec
Jindřiš, South Bohemian Region
Dolní Branna 350
543 62 Vrchlabí
Vrchlabí, Hradec Králové Region
Bystricka okres Vsetin, Zlín Region
184 00 - Praha 8
Prague, Prague area
Dlouha 135, 664 71 Veverská Bitýška
Veverská Bitýška, South Moravian Region
Travel Tips & Guides Czech Republic
The Czech Republic is a small landlocked country in Central Europe, situated south-east of Germany and bordering with Austria to the south, Poland to the north and Slovakia (with which it used to form one country of Czechoslovakia) to the south-east. read more...
Olomouc is said to occupy a site of a Roman fort founded in the imperial period, the original name of which, Mons Julii, would have been gradually corrupted to the present form. Though this is just a legend, archaeological excavations revealed remains of a Roman military camp from the time of Marcoman Wars here. read more...
There are simply tons of excellent restaurants in the city, and most will have English menus. Three favorites include Cafe Caesar, which is located in the Neo-renaissance Town Hall Building on the main square. read more...
Olomouc is an exploring sightseer's paradise. A good base camp is the main square, which is difficult to miss with its huge Town Hall and the Holy Trinity Column (the largest column in Europe), which was enscribed on the "UNESCO World Heritage List" in 2000. read more...
There are no bad places to eat in Český Krumlov, but some are better than others. A good rule of thumb is to stay away from the tourist restaurants that charge more than 40 crowns for a half-liter of beer. read more...
Egon Schiele Centrum. Egon Schiele, one of the world’s most famous artists, was a contemporary of Gustav Klimt. He set up his easel for a short time in Český Krumlov, painting the tortured landscapes of his famous Dead Town series, and young girls in compromising poses. read more...
Český Krumlov is a fairly large town (cca. 15 000 inhabitants) located in Southern Bohemia in the Czech Republic. The historical center, added to the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1992, is notable for its well-preserved Medieval, Renaissance and Baroque architecture. read more...
The town was founded by Hirzo, a knight of King Přemysl Otakar II of Bohemia, and was granted its charter as a city in 1265. Until the mass expulsion of 1945 Budweis had a significant German minority (ca 15,5 % in 1930). read more...
České Budějovice has long been well known for the fine beer brewed here since the 13th century. For a time the town was the royal brewery for the Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire, and beer from Budweis (the German name for České Budějovice), or "Budweiser Beer", attained fame. Beer brewing remains a major industry here. read more...