Best Things To Explore In Crez Republic

Crez Republic is a historic town in Europe and there are lot many things to explore in this country. You can find many historic castles, Churches, Old Towns, monuments, baroque architecture, hot springs, spa towns , vibrant night life etc.

1. Karlstejn Castle

Address: 267 18 Karlštejn, Czechia.

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Karlstejn Castle Photo

This is one of the oldest castles in Costa-Rica attract visitors with its Gothic style architecture and was founded in 1348 by Roman emperor and Czech king. This was a royal residence and place for safekeeping the royal treasures. The location of the castle in the hilltop looks like a fairy tale castle and surrounded by vineyards and lush forests.

2. Loket Old Town

Address: Zámecká 67, 357 33 Loket, Czechia.

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Loket Old Town Photo

The charming little town is another attraction of Crez republic and it is surrounded in three sides by Ohre River and the shape of the river is like an elbow, the word Loket means elbow, like that the city got this name. The major attraction of this town is Loket Castle, a 12th century Gothic style castle standing on a rock by river side. You can enjoy visiting old cobbled streets and Opera festivals over here.

3. Mikulov

Address: Zámek 1, 692 15 Mikulov, Czechia.

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Mikulov Photo

This is a charming town in South Moravia spreads on a beautiful hill surrounded by vineyards. The historic architecture is really worth to watch and Mikulov castle is a popular tourist destination in this town. Also you can visit vineyards, Old Jewish quarter, historic churches, Dietrichstein sepulchre etc.

4. Kutna Hora

Address: Zámecká, 284 03 Kutná Hora, Czechia.

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Kutna Hora Photo

This is another historic site in Prague, Crez Republic. This was a silver mining town in medieval times. It has various historic churches and buildings to visit. The popular things you can enjoy here includes St. Barbara's Church of medieval times with stunning Gothic architecture, Sedlec Ossuary chapel which is popular with number of human skeletons, Cistercian monastery, Czech Museum etc.

5. Olomouc

Address: Radnice, Horní nám. 26, 779 00 Olomouc, Czechia.

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This town is located on the eastern Moravia, another popular tourist destination in Crez Republic. It is considered as the second oldest historic towns in Crez Republic. This town attract visitors with a 18th century Holy trinity Column, the Town Hall, St. Wenceslas Cathedral with amazing Gothic style architecture, 6 Baroque fountains, Romanesque Bishop?s Palace etc.

6. Brno

Address: Brno, Czechia.

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If you want to see the modern architecture and buildings, take a visit to the city of Brno. The number of things you can enjoy here includes visiting a 14th Century statue of Madonna and child, St. Peter and Paul Cathedral, Spilberk Castle with medieval style and consists of a museum & garden, busy night life in original bars.

7. Cesky Krumlov

Address: Zámek 59, 381 01 Český Krumlov, Czechia.

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Cesky Krumlov Photo

This is considered as one the most picturesque buildings in Europe itself. It is situated on the river side of Vltava River. The major attraction of the town is a 13th century Gothic Castle. It has an amazing large garden and a baroque theatre. It has a tall bell tower and you can enjoy the panoramic views of the city and the river.

8. Marianske Lazne

Address: 353 01 Mariánské Lázně, Czechia.

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Marianske Lazne Photo

This is a spa town located in West Bohemia. The city is blessed with beautiful natural sceneries include hotsprings where you can take a healthy bath, mountains and green parks with popular monuments.

9. Prague

Address: Prague, Czechia.

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Your travel through Crez Republic never ends without touching the capital city, Prague. The popular attractions of this capital city are the Old Town Square, Gothic style churches, baroque buildings, Jewish quarter, The Gothic Charles Bridge, Prague Castle etc.

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