#czechrepublic #prague #czech #travel #europe #holidaytrip #republicacheca#destination
According to one legend, Prague (the capital city), its magnificent destiny was prophesied even before its founding; “I see a great city whose glory will touch the stars.” These words were uttered by the mythical Princess Libuse supposedly determined the place in the deep forests around the river Vitava where the first inhabitants were to build a castle and thus the foundation for a new town.
Do you want to hear more stories? But first, let us know the destination first.
The country has several centers for tourist activity. They do have Spa towns for relaxing holidays, Architectural heritage for magnificent castles and chateaux from different historical époques, has a total of 12 cathedrals and 15 churches – modern and ancient, various museums to learn the long-standing history and number of beer festivals that are usually 17 days long celebration every year.
And one more, Czech cuisine is marked by a strong emphasis on meat dishes. Fish is rare, with the occasional exception of fresh trout and carp, which is served during Christmas. Along with it, tourists are visiting the Czech Republic because of its wine that has been produced since the Middle Ages and a large variety of local sausages, pates, smoked and cured meats.
So, I think it’s time now to get acquainted.
BEST TIME TO VISIT CZECH REPUBLIC
The high season is from June to August. The weather will be quite warm in July and August, and there will be large crowds during this time. During wintertime (November – March), the weather can get rather cold, and a lot of smaller places of accommodation will be closed for the season but Christmas markets are a sight to see during these months. The best time to visit is during spring (mid-March to mid-May) and fall (September-mid November). This is when the tourists are just right, and the weather is consistently pleasant.