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Visit Czech Republic

Czech Republic is an attractive country which you need to go to.

Not only is Prague the capital city, but it is also one of the most attractive tourist destinations by far.

Other cities, which are good to visit are Prague, Brno, Ostrava, Plzen, Olomouc.

During your journey around Czech Republic, you can try beer, wine, gingerbread, Olomoucký cheese and other local food.

There are many international airports in Czech Republic where you can land and the biggest one is Václav Havel Airport Prague (PRG).

If you arrive at Václav Havel Airport Prague (PRG) in Prague, which is also the largest airport in the country, and you’re going to any other city, no worries. Czech Republic is well connected so it takes a maximum of a few hours to reach other cities.

Czech Republic accepts Czech koruna (CZK). Therefore, we recommend you to exchange money prior to your trip for the best rates.

With a population of roughly 10.7 million, Czech Republic is one of the top 100 most populated countries in the world.

The only official language in Czech Republic is Czech. However, the largest part of people can speak one more language besides their native one; usually it is Slovak, German, Polish.

Czech Republic is bordered by Austria, Poland, Germany, Slovakia.

The climate in Czech Republic is temperate continental and oceanic, similar to the rest of countries in that part of the world. If you plan to go to Czech Republic during the summertime, then you don’t need to bring warm clothes with you as the weather is usually nice and balmy. Although if you are coming at the end of the summer you might want to take a light jacket with you as it can get a bit cold in the evenings. Nevertheless, when you’re travelling to Czech Republic it’s better to check the weather forecast before your trip to be prepared for any situation.

The Czech Republic travel tips

What currency is used in Czech Republic?
The official currency in the Czech Republic is koruna. Though some luxury stores may accept dollar and euro, local shops and grocery stores accept only korunas, not to mention public toilets and street food strolls.
What should you not do in the Czech Republic?
Any violation of laws is heavily fined in the Czech Republic. If you don’t want to get in trouble, pay attention to the signs and follow some common rules. Dropping litter is possible only in special bins. In any park, there are only specially marked places for a picnic. You mustn’t have a picnic outside them. Smokers should smoke only in designated places. There are smoking areas near restaurants, shopping malls, and entertainment centers. Be attentive not to get into a scrape.
What is the most delicious food in Czech Republic?
A local delicacy is the white-mold Herrmelin cheese. It can be eaten fresh or fried. In restaurants, you can try fried cheese, called smažený hermelín. The outside of the cheese slices is crispy, and the center is almost liquid. The cheese is usually served with vegetables or potatoes, or cranberry sauce.
Is it customary to tip in the Czech Republic?
Yes, it is customary to tip about 10% of the price if you are satisfied with everything. On the other hand, in many restaurants, service is already included in the price. Look at the bill attentively if you don't want to pay twice.
What is the best time to visit the Czech Republic?
Though Prague is charming all year-round, the most comfortable weather here is in late spring (April-May) and early autumn (September-October). Winters may be harsh in Prague, with chilling winds.
What is typical Czech food?
Vepřové koleno (baked pork knuckle) is a typical Czech food. When ordering this dish, be prepared for a huge portion that cannot be eaten even by two. The meat dish will be served with a fragrant sauce and knedlíky — potato and flour dumplings.
Why do Czech houses have 2 numbers?
Please note that there are two plates on each house in the Czech Republic. On the red plate, there is the old, cadastral number of the house within a certain area. On the blue one (usually, it is a smaller sign), there is the usual number. Plus, street names are indicated only at intersections.
What is fun facts in Czech Republic?
Charles Bridge is the most famous and recognizable bridge in Prague. It was built in the 15th century and decorated with 30 sculptures during the Baroque period. There are many legends associated with the bridge. According to one of them, wine and eggs were added to the building mixture; that’s why the bridge is still standing.
What is the Czech Republic famous for?
The Moravian Karst and Caves are famous for cool and impressive caverns. Only five caves are open to the public for free walking as trails, where it’s allowed to walk, are clearly marked. For the more arduous caves take a guide. Feast eyes upon stalagmites and stalactites that will for sure stir your imagination. Then have a boat trip along the underground river. The place usually swarms with tourists, so book your visit beforehand.
How to stay connected in the Czech Repulbic?
There is no need to pay for Internet roaming in Prague — there are many points around the city where you can connect to free Wi-Fi. For example, the Internet is distributed by public transport stops. There are about 10 of them, including Budejovicka, Andel, Florenc, Zelivskeho, Namesti Miru stops, and others.
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