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The Czech Republic - a small nation with spectacular cultural treasures and natural wonders

The Czech Republic is a landlocked country in central Europe; it is also a member of the European Union. The country has over 10 million residents over a land area of nearly 80 thousand square kilometers. The capital Prague which nestles on the Vitava River is home to well over a million people. The Czech Republic has a thriving tourism industry which pulls in around 100 billion each year and employs 110,000 people. Prague is one of the most popular tourist’s destinations in the Czech Republic, but it also acts as a gateway for other popular cities and towns.

Prague is very a very popular city because of its plethora of tourist attraction such as monuments, architectural structures, galleries and museums. Many British and German tourists flock to Prague because of the nightlife, alcohol and club fees are very low in the capital so people enjoy relaxing in a bar or hitting some of the large clubs throughout the city. It is known as a popular destination for British stag nights. Whatever your motives for visiting Prague, it is impossible to be disappointed with the city and on offer are many Prague apartment rentals which offer the flexibility people need on a modern city break.

For a different side of Czech Republic, the region of Bohemia offers a unique and captivating experience in its protected national parks; tourists may explore some of the hundreds of hiking routes which navigate through castle territories, deep caves, other landmarks and even skiing on the mountainous slopes. Visitors can also try their hand kayaking and other exciting activities whilst staying in a Bohemia bed and breakfast accommodations in nearby locations such as Jicin or Karlovy Vary. This region really does show an alternative side which cannot be seen in the hustle and bustle of the big cities such as Prague.

The Czech Republic does well to promote both sides of its tourism industry, on the one hand you may enjoy the culture and thriving nightlife of the beautify Prague or relax in the stunning landscapes of protected regions such as Bohemia and enjoy a more active and enchanting vacation, all best experienced in a Czech Republic vacation home rental.