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There are over 1,200 castles and chateaux in the Czech Republic, comprising a large number of the most-visited sights in the country. Perhaps the most famous of the Czech castles is Karlštejn Castle in the town of Karlštejn, located about 20 miles southwest of Prague; it was the longtime home of the crown jewels of the Kings of Bohemia. The crown jewels, along with St. Wenceslas`s Sword, are now stored on the grounds of the grand and ornate Prague Castle, in St. Vitus Cathedral. Prague Castle, with an area of 750,000 square feet, is the world`s largest ancient castle. Another popular castle and tourist destination is Hluboká Castle, near Ceské Budejovice, which was the original royal castle of King Ottokar II of Bohemia. There are castles close to many major cities in the country, but you will find some of the most noteworthy in and around Prague, Ceské Budejovice, Ceský Krumlov, and Karlovy Vary.

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The Enchanting Czech Republic

  • Prague

    Named the City of a Thousand Spires, Prague, one of the most beautiful European capitals, has stood the test of time: 1,000 years of art and architecture have withstood all conflict. Its Old Town Square is the heart of its historic core, with colorful Baroque buildings and Gothic churches. The Charles Bridge is lined with statues of Catholic saints.

  • Bohemia

    Bohemia, the western portion of the Czech Republic, is filled with history that stretches back nearly a millennium. Seven out of the country`s ten most populous cities are located in Bohemia, as are sights such as Karlštejn Castle, the Bohemian Forest, the Elbe River watershed, the Vltava River, beautiful spa towns, and Bohemian Switzerland.

  • Moravia

    Moravia comprises much of the eastern half of the Czech Republic. Moravia is much more rural than Bohemia, and the pace of daily life moves more slowly here. Brno is the region`s largest city and the second city of the Czech Republic. Moravia is well-known for its beautiful and varied scenery, in places like Podyjí National Park and the White Carpathian Mountains.


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