Where to Stay in Czech Republic
The Czech Republic is a relatively small landlocked country in Northern Europe, and has Germany and Austria as two of its neighbours. The Czech Republic has a very European atmosphere, and if you enjoy the contrast of a modern and vibrant country alongside the ancient historical towns and villages of the past, you will love Czech Republic. There is a great deal for tourists to do here, from walking and hiking in the beautiful country villages, to all the art and culture you could wish for in the capitol city of Prague. Accommodation in Czech Republic is plentiful and of a very good standard indeed. There are excellent hotels in Czech Republic to suit the most discerning of travellers, as well as cheap hotels and hostels in Czech Republic for those travelling on a budget. Since this is a compact country it is easy to get from place to place and you can really pack a lot into a short space of time. In addition, there is an excellent rail network to make travelling easy.
Czech Republic hotels in Prague
Most visitors to the Czech Republic start their tour in Prague, a wonderful old historic city with a great many tourist attractions. Check into your Prague hotel and get ready to explore. See the Old Town Hall with its’ famous Prague Astronomical Clock, the cobbled lanes of the old Jewish quarter, the Gothic Charles Bridge and the beautiful baroque Church of St Nicholas. Prague has some wonderful atmospheric coffee shops and cafes to entice you from your sightseeing, but be sure to see the following before you leave this lovely city: Prague Castle, The Palace Gardens, Petrin and the Old Town Square. Prague is home to some of the best hotels in Czech Republic – consider one of the following 5-star Prague hotels for your base: Hilton Prague Old Town, Prague Marriott Hotel, Art Deco Imperian Hotel or, for the ultimate in luxury, the sensational Alchymist Residence Nosticova. If your budget is considerably smaller, 88 of the hostels in Czech Republic are located in Prague; a couple of the best rated hostels are the following: Miss Sophie’s, Hostel Mango, Prague Centre Apartments and Hostel and Ragtime.
Other Accommodation in Czech Republic
Venture outside the city to see some of the best treasures of the country in South Moravia where there are no less than 6 UNESCO monuments to be discovered. The fairytale town of Telc is a must on your list, as is the Lednice-Valtice Complex which has two chateaux, many romantic buildings and a beautiful park. Also visit the Pilgrimage Church of St. John of Nepomuk. Hire a car and drive the route, or, even better, cycle. Where to stay? In Brno, try the exceptional Hostel Jacob for budget accommodation, or the Barcelo Brno Palace, at the other extreme. In the pretty village of Telc try Apartmany Dum Chornitzeruv, or Pension Galerie Telc.
Have you considered a skiing holiday in Czech Republic? There are some great winter sport resorts (with strange names!) to tempt you. Harrachov is particularly good for beginners, and has some good hotels, mostly in the mid-price bracket. Lipno is good for beginners and intermediate, while Pec Pod has slopes for all abilities and hotels for all tastes. Skiing in Czech Republic is a great alternative to the overpriced ski resorts found in most of the other regions of Europe. Browse our online listings of hotels in Czech Republic to find the ideal location for you and where to stay in Czech Republic.