Pages Menu
TwitterRssFacebook
Categories Menu

Posted by on Dec 1, 2017 in Travel Czech Republic | 0 comments

Tourist attractions in Prague

Tourist attractions in Prague

Prague informally called – “The Heart of Europe” is the capital of Czech Republic, as well as former Czechoslovakia. Throughout history, Prague was a prominent and flourishing city. Prague was also the capital of the Bohemia Kingdom. The city of Prague had too many eyes on it during the Austro – Hungarian Empire. The city of such great historical prominence has been chiseled with perfection. In this article, we will take you on a ride to the Best Tourist Attractions in Prague Prague Castle The Prague Castle constructed around 970 AD is the current residence of the President of Czech Republic. The castle is considered to be the largest ancient Castle in the world. The castle has been renovated time and again to suit the modern lifestyle. The Prague Castle houses the most popular destination spots in Prague including the Powder Tower and the Golden Lane. The impressive lighting of the Castle during nights is something you should never miss. The Astronomical Clock Another Iconic landmark in the City...

Read More

Posted by on May 8, 2015 in Accommodations, Expats, Extreme Travel, Only The Best, Travel Czech Republic, Travel Destinations, Travel Europe, Travel Resources, Travel Style, Travel Tips |

The Unheard City of Olomouc, Czech Republic

The Unheard City of Olomouc, Czech Republic

Thought Prague was the main city worth seeing in the Czech Republic? I headed to the brew adoring Moravia, the exuberant understudy town of Olomouc, where splendid Baroque structural engineering is euphorically unsullied by British stag parties. For a long time now, Prague has totally commanded tourism in the Czech Republic, to such an extent that most different towns are, unjustifiably no doubt, put in the shade. Indeed Lonely Planet has changed the name of its manual for ‘Prague and the Czech Republic’, committing over a large portion of its distribution to the capital. Whisper it quietly, however Olomouc might simply be the hip new decision to go in Czech for those fatigued of Prague’s sugar-covered sights. An enthusiastic understudy town with a populace of around 100,000, Olomouc lies in focal Moravia in the eastern 50% of Czech, generally half route in the middle of Prague and Krakow.(Image by hathaway) Best of the Beaten Track Olomouc has the second biggest and second most established safeguarding zone in the Czech...

Read More

Posted by on Sep 17, 2013 in Backpacking, Budget Travel, Travel Croatia, Travel Czech Republic, Travel Destinations, Travel Europe, Travel Germany, Travel Portugal, Travel Spain, Travel Style |

European Backpacker Hotspots : Top Five

European Backpacker Hotspots : Top Five

  Thanks to the huge number of historic cities, vibrant cultures and iconic landmarks, it’s safe to say that Europe has more than its fair share of great backpacker hotspots.  (Header Image Courtesy of freddy.olsson.)Although this makes for an exciting holiday, it can make picking a route a challenge. If you’re planning a backpacking trip through Europe this year, here are five of the hottest spots that should definitely make your itinerary.1. Berlin After years of being overlooked and neglected, Berlin has emerged as a world-class city and quickly become the destination of choice for Europe’s creative classes. The city has a wealth of cheap hostels so finding accommodation will be easy, and with kebabs and bratwurst available for less than 3 Euros, you’ll be able to stay well fed during your Teutonic adventure.  (Image Courtesy of Oscar von Bonsdorff.) 2. Prague Although Prague is well and truly on the backpacker trail, it is still possible to find good, cheap accommodation and experience an authentic slice of Czech culture....

Read More