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Travel to the Czech Republic? Are you planning a trip to the Czech Republic? Czech Republic Hotels, Prague Apartments, Prague Tours, Prague Transfers, Car Rental, Czech Sights and Vacation Packages can help plan your itinerary for memorable and enjoyable vacation. Save time and money:
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Accommodation at reasonable prices - 1/2/3 bedroom apartments in the center of Prague.
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Fast and convenient transfers from Prague (airport, Czech Republic and Europe).
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Why travel to the Czech Republic

Rich History: Our country is located in the very center of Europe. It is a place of innumerable significant historical events. Visit our unique historical and other treasures not found in Wien (Vienna), Roma or Paris.

Convenient Location: Located literally in the Heart of Europe Czech Republic is easily reachable from many surrounding countries. You can reach Czech borders by car within an hour from Vienna (Wien) or Krakow in two or three hours from Nürnberg (Nuremberg) or München (Munich) and in four hours from Berlin or Frankfurt am Main (Frankfurt).

Young Democracy: Czechoslovakia was reborn as parliamental democracy in 1989. Once again freedom and democracy are the most important values for Czech and Slovak people. In 1993 Czechoslovakia was peacefully divided into the Czech Republic and the Slovak Republic. Today our country is a member of NATO and European Union.

The name of our country in selected languages

• Ceska republika (Czech), Tjekkiet (Danish), Tsjechië (Dutch), Republique tcheque (French), Tschechien (German), Csehorszag (Hungarian), Repubblica Ceca (Italian), Tsjekkia (Norwegian), Czechy (Polish), Cechia (Russian), Republica Checa or República Checa (Spanish), Èehija (Latvia)

• Incorect names: Czech Rebuplic, Chez Republic, Czech Republik, Czheck Republik, Cheh Republica, Chech Republic, Chezck Republic, Czeck Republic, Ceka Republic, Czechoslovakia Tourism, Check Republic, Tchecque, Checo, Ceck

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Kumar from India 04/2012
Could you advice as to the best route to take when visiting the Katerinska & Punkerni Caves near Brno if I am traveling by car from Prague. Could you suggest a place to stay near the caves. Thanking you Kumar Desai
Lisa from USA 12/2010
Spent 8 days in CR - 3 days in Prague and drove around Bohemia and Moravia visiting ancestors' villages. Loved Litomysl, Cesky Krumlov and wished we had more time for Hranice and Olomouc.
Varun from India 08/2010
I travelled almost all the parts of Europe, bu the Czech Republic is the most beautiful country and the peoples are very friendly, honest and loving. I travel almost every year for last three years.
Bernex from USA 06/2010
I cannot get enough of the Czech Republic. So much to see yet so little time. This time I am renting a car, get my GPS and just explore. My only concern is other than Prague, no one seems to speak English and my Czech is very poor. I love the historic sites, the building, and the people i met so far are great...I will be there for two weeks in July; I will visit seven cities in just four days and the next week I will travel to Hamberg for two days then back to Prague. Any suggestion about parking? Never seems to be enough parking anywhere. Love the Czech Republic. The food though is very heavy.
Tony from USA 05/2010
Does anyone know about making calls to and from the Czech Republic? Do you need to have an international phone? Can you use your usa iphone?
John from United States 05/2010
Am attempting to set up a vacation to travel to Czech Republic, Austria, Hungary, Slovakia, and Poland or some of them for three weeks. Would like to travel probably by train, hire local tour guides, stay in hotels, etc. I would tell you where we would want to travel and when. Do you set up trips like this? If not, would appreciate it if you could recommend someone who does do this.
Humrahiusa from USA 04/2010
Just got my DNA result and found out that my ancestors are from Czech. Man I would love to visit this country soon.
Mike from Dayton, Ohio, USA 10/2009
I like your local webcam. Very nice.
Vic from Indonesia 10/2009
Czech is the one of the best places for traveling. Lots of historical sites, natural sites and cultures!
Mishra from India 09/2009
Nice information about great country Czech. If god bless us, in this life, I will be happy and satisfy to see peaceloving Czech people.
Sylvester from Nigeria 07/2009
I love culture of Czech. I wish to come for a movie busness because I am a movie producer.
Pancho from USA 07/2009
I would like to find out how I can travel in 1 week and visit Cesky Krumlov, Kutna Hora, Plzen, Karlovy Vary. I would like to go on my own by train or bus, but I do not know the route to take. Is it best to just stay in Prague and take day trips every day? Thank you
Sheree from China 05/2009
I love the culture of Czech ~~ so interesting a country and romantic, historical, just like the heaven in the world!
Carlitos from United States 01/2009
I love Czech.
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