How easy and simple is it to travel around Prague, Czech Republic or Europe in a rented car?
Advice from our experts for tourists. How easy and safe is it to travel around Europe in a rented car? Where to send for shopping, or interesting excursions for independent travellers.
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We made a selection of 7 places in the Czech Republic, which with their appearance and atmosphere will remind sights from around the world! But you don’t have to get to them for several hours or even days - they are all nearby, got into the car - and go!
Prague - welcomes guests all year round. The flow of tourists decreases slightly in late January and February, and since March, the center of the capital is again filled with crowds of admiring people. If you can choose the time to visit Prague, then it is better to give preference to blooming April, or warm September. However...
Prague, in addition to all its advantages, is also the capital of real Czech beer. The city and its environs are home to several dozen large and small breweries. Thousands of small bars and large pubs based on the local breweries invite you to taste the freshest beer, which of them should be preferred, first of all, we will tell below!
Gastronomic tourism is a separate part of travel, and it doesn’t matter if you rent a car or decide to take a walk! After all, it is through food that you can learn a lot about the country, culture, traditions, people. Being in Prague, you should definitely visit the most “delicious” places in the city, after which you will fall in love with it completely and irrevocably.
This charming town experienced its greatest prosperity during the rule of Lords of Rožmberk (1302 - 1602), who chose Český Krumlov to become the seat of their kingdom. At this time, Krumlov lay on the crossroads between the Czech, Austrian, Bavarian and Northern Italian lands.
The territory of the Bohemian Switzerland National Park – the youngest of the Czech Republic’s four national parks – forms a part of the larger territory of the Elbe Sandstones, which has been called Czech and Saxon Switzerland for nearly two centuries.