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Tour attractions in Czech Republic

Historical regions

Prague, the heart of Europe Located on the River Vltava in central Bohemia, the Czech capital is a charming city of bridges, cathedrals, gold-tipped towers and church domes. It is a major tourist destination of the Czech Republic. Prague is famous for its gothic repositories, picture galleries, plentiful parks, appealing churches, marketplaces, theatres and lots more. Some of the tourist attractions of Prague are Prague Castle, Charles Bridge, The Old Town, Loreta, Strahov Monastery, Prague Dancing House, Petrinska rozhledna, Czech National Gallery, Czech National Museum, and Prague City Gallery. Czech Republic Tour

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Cesky Krumlov
Cesky Krumlov is lovely town located in Southern Bohemia in the Czech Republic. Its historical center found the place in the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1992. It is known for its well-preserved Medieval, Renaissance and Baroque architecture. The 13th century Cesky Krumlov Castle is a large iconic in the town. The Vltava River, which flows through the town, adds to the beauty of the town.

Kutna Hora
Kutna Hora is the reason number 5 to visit the Czech Republic. Kutná Hora is a historical town located in the Bohemia region of the Czech Republic. The town is famous for older architecture, with Medieval, Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque buildings, and old silver mines. The town was included in the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1995 for the Historical Town Centre, including the Church of St Barbara and the Cathedral of Our Lady at Sedlec.

Olomouc the 5th largest city in the Czech Republic, Olomouc is famous for Palacky University and its 2nd largest historical centre in the Czech Republic. Some of the attractions of the city are Holy Trinity Column, Olomouc Town Hall, The Astronomical clock, St. Wenceslas Cathedral, St. Moritz church, St. Michael's church, and Bezrucovy Sady.

Mountain Regions

Giant Mountains
The Giant Mountains are the highest mountain range of the Czech Republic with the Snezka (1602m) as its highest peak. The Giant Mountains are located between Bohemia in the South and Silesia in the North, now the border between the Czech Republic and Poland and is part of the so called Sudetes range. The Giant Mountains are a popular tourism region in summer and winter. Spindleruv Mlyn and Harrachov are the main towns and well known ski resorts making both towns important tourist attractions for winter sports.

The Ore Mountains
The Ore Mountains are a mountain range located at the border between German Saxony and Bohemia. The highest peak is the Klinovec (1244m). East of the Ore Mountains are the Elbe Sandsonte Mountains which are a popular destination for rock climbers. The name of the Ore Mountains indicates its history of mining, especially silver and tin ore back in the fifteenth century. Today the Ore mountains are an important tourism region and boast some popular ski resorts.