Counties in Czech Republic

All campsites in Czech Republic in our Czech Republic camping directory are organized into following categories:

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

Explore unexplored Czech Republic camping. Have a look below and find selected family campings in Czech Republic. If you want to get more information about camping Czech Republic, just click on the camping name. To browse european campings by country, please use a menu on the left hand side. For your convenience, we organized all campings in europe by country, county and city. Looking for your camping Czech Republic will be now easier.

Stellplatz Rozkoš

Stellplatz Rozkoš, Přehrada Rozkoš u hráze Coordinates GPS: 50° 21' 52'' N 16° 03' 34" E
Náchod, Hradec Králové Region
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Camping Amerika

Jezerní 151/8A 35101 Františkovy Lázně
Františkovy Lázně, Carlsbad
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Camp Dzban Prague

Nad Lávkou 5 160 00 Prague 6
Prague, Prague area
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Autocamp Cakle

Staré Oldřichovice 134 Ústí nad Orlicí 562 01
Ústí nad Orlicí, Pardubice Region
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Autocamp Jindřiš

Jindřiš 15 377 01 Jindřichův Hradec Czech Republic
Jindřiš, South Bohemian Region
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Holiday Park Liščí Farma

Dolní Branna 350 543 62 Vrchlabí
Vrchlabí, Hradec Králové Region
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kemp a penzion Bystricka

Pod Hrazi 75624 Bystricka
Bystricka okres Vsetin, Zlín Region
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kemp a penzion Bystricka

Pod Hrazi 75624 Bystricka
Bystricka okres Vsetin, Zlín Region
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HG SportCamp Troja

Vodacka 136/n
Prague, Prague area
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Autocamp Pod Císařem

Ostrov 10 Tisá CZ-40336
Tisá, Ústí nad Labem Region
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Camping Frymburk

Frymburk 20/55 382 79
Frymburk, South Bohemian Region
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Camping Bucek

Trtice 170 271 01 Nové Strašecí
Nové Strašecí, Prague area
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Ustecka str. 184 00 - Praha 8 Dolni Chabry
Prague, Prague area
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Kemp Jerlochovice

Jerlochovice 115, Fulnek - Jerlochovice 742 45
Fulnek, Moravian-Silesian Region
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Camping Hana

Dlouha 135, 664 71 Veverská Bitýška
Veverská Bitýška, South Moravian Region
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camping kovarna

394 46 Cervena recice
Červená Řečice, Vysočina Region
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Camping Triocamp Praha - TOP in PRAGUE

Ustecka, 184 00 Prague
Prague, Prague area
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Areál Dolce

Oblanov 37, 541 01 Trutnov
Trutnov, Hradec Králové Region
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U Kavalíra

Pod Čihadlem, 285 06 Sázava
Sázava, Central Bohemian Region
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Autocamping Rozkoš

Třída T. G. Masaryka 836, 552 03 Česká Skalice
Náchod, Hradec Králové Region
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Travel Tips & Guides Czech Republic

History of Brno

Brno as such was acknowledged to be a town in 1243 by Václav I, King of Bohemia, but the area itself had been settled since the 5th century. From the 11th century, a castle of the governing dynasty, Přemyslovci, stood here, and was the seat of the non-ruling prince.  read more...

What to Eat and Drink in Brno

You can get food in many fast-foods around the city, which usually offer a pizza, sausage in a roll, cheese & French fries, etc. A better option is to visit one of many pubs or restaurants, that offer usually very good traditional Czech food all the day long.  read more...

What to See in Brno

Brno is a major city of the Moravia region in the Czech Republic. It is the largest city in South Moravia, the second largest city in the Czech Republic by population and the third largest city by area. The city celebrated 750 years of "city status".  read more...

What to See in Prague

Regarded by many as one of Europe's most charming and beautiful cities, Prague has become the most popular travel destination in Central Europe along with Budapest and Krakow. Millions of tourists visit the city every year.   read more...

What to Eat and Drink in Prague

Lunch is traditionally the main meal. Czech cuisine is typically based around pork or beef with starchy side dishes such as dumplings or fries. Fish is not so popular, though these days it is widely available. Popular Czech desserts include fruit dumplings, crêpes or ice cream. Most restaurants become very crowded during lunch and dinner, so consider making a reservation or eating earlier than the locals.  read more...

History of Prague

The land where Prague was to be built has been settled ince the Paleolithic Age. Several thousands of years ago, there were trade routes connecting southern parts of Europe to northern Europe which passed through this area, following the course of the river. From around 500 BC the Celt tribe known as the Boii, were the first known inhabitants of this region known by name. The Boii named the region Bohemia and the river Vltava.  read more...

What to Do in Prague

There are many Opera and Black Light Theatre companies in Prague. There are several performance groups that cater to tourists. They aren't strictly to be avoided, but common sense should tell you that the opera advertised by costumed pamphleters is not going to be up to truly professional standards.  read more...

How to Get in Prague

Prague has highway connections from five major directions. Unfortunately, the highway network in the Czech Republic is quite incomplete and some highways are old and in poor condition. Thus, the highway connection from Prague to the border of the Czech Republic is available only in two directions - southeast and southwest.  read more...

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