Splendid Boccaccio Hall of Grand Hotel Bohemia is located in the very heart of the Old Town.
Karlovy Vary: hot springs town known for Becherovka, International Film Festival and much more!
The Disney-like Gothic Karlštejn Castle is one of the most famous castles in the Czech Republic.
Klementinum Mirror Chapel frequently host chamber classical music concerts. Admire the Baroque interior.
Visit the most beautiful square in Prague! A must see for all lovers of history and architecture.
Prague Castle is the biggest castle complex in the world. Enjoy the magical atmosphere!
Feel the beating heart of Old Prague and learn about European history by visiting some of the historical places.
The most famous Neo-Renaissance concert hall in Prague standing by the river Vltava.
Visit the renowned St. James Basilica located in the city center for the best organ concerts in Prague.
The Terezín Memorial honors the victims of the Nazi political and racial persecution during the WWII.
An independent culture center in Žižkov offers unique musical, theatre and art projects.
Baroque Library Hall of the former Servite St. Michael Monastery in the heart of Prague's Old Town.
Fascinating exhibition of Bohemian garnet only few steps away from Charles Bridge
Baroque ceremonial hall in a Benedictine monastery, the oldest monastery in Bohemia
Český Krumlov is one of the most picturesque towns in Europe as well as Unesco World Heritage Site.
The Neo-Gothic Hluboká Castle is said to be the most beautiful castle in the Czech Republic.
The tower of the Czechoslovak Hussite Church built in 1928 offer beautiful views of Prague.
Delightful combination of great jazz music, delicious food and drinks not far from Malá Strana (Lesser Town).
Explore the history of Prague Jews in the Jewish Quarter established during the 12th century
Kutná Hora is the ancient silver mining city and its historical center is part of the UNESCO Heritage site.