Czech holidays

The Czech Republic is an extremely attractive country for tourists, which will surely captivate you with its casual, antique look! The cities of one of the oldest countries in Europe will amaze you with an abundance of sights that you must pass during your tour of the Czech Republic. Particularly impressive is the capital of the country - Prague, which can enchant you with its incredible palaces, temples and castles, causing well-deserved admiration.

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Czech holidays

The Czech Republic is an extremely attractive country for tourists, which will surely captivate you with its casual, antique look! The cities of one of the oldest countries in Europe will amaze you with an abundance of sights that you must pass during your tour of the Czech Republic. Particularly impressive is the capital of the country - Prague, which can enchant you with its incredible palaces, temples and castles, causing well-deserved admiration.

A holiday in the Czech Republic will allow you to visit a wide variety of historical sites and cultural monuments. No tourist can be indifferent when visiting a brewery in Pilsen, where you can see why Czech beer is considered one of the best in Europe. Anyone who has crossed the country's borders should also learn more about the famous "bohemian crystal", which has become a symbol of the highest quality. And last but not least, every tourist must cross the indescribably beautiful Charles Bridge, hiding in its ancient foundations a number of myths and urban legends! Take a look at our holiday offers in the Czech Republic and enjoy your wonderful stay!

The flora of the Czech Republic

Golyama, part of the Czech Republic is occupied by coniferous, broad-leaved and mixed forests. In mountainous areas and plateaus, coniferous massifs (Bavarian massif) are more common. More than 60% is spruce, about 20% - pine. Broad-leaved forests, including oak groves, occupy a small part of the lowlands.

The zoning of forests is due to the peculiarities of the climate. Broad-leaved tree species can only grow in temperate climates with sufficient rainfall. In the mountains, climatic conditions change sharply with height - the amount of precipitation increases noticeably and the air temperature decreases. Alpine meadows, creeping shrubs and crooked forests are located on the tops of the mountain ranges. The foothills of the mountains are covered with conifers, which normally tolerate the climate of high-altitude zones.

The plant-symbol of the Czech Republic is considered to be a large-leaved linden growing on the plains and in the forest-steppe. It is believed that the oldest linden tree discovered in the state is more than 500 years old. In the middle elevations, yew, elm, beech, white fir and alder prevail. Among the herbs are Hungarian buckwheat, Alpine thistle, mountain lilies, buttercups and yellow drones.

Fauna of the Czech Republic

In a wooded area with a temperate climate, excellent conditions are created for the residence of various representatives of the fauna. The forests of North Bohemia are home to wolves, foxes, beavers, hares, squirrels and weasels. Brown bears were sighted in the Swiss part of the Czech Republic in 2013. Populations of the main predatory animal of the country, the lynx, are seen practically throughout the entire territory of the state. The large amount of food and the absence of natural threats contribute to the rapid breeding of the lynx. The predator hunts for hares, squirrels, weasels, wading and forest birds.

In addition to lynxes, the forest fauna of the Czech Republic is represented by red deer, wild boars, roe deer, martens, sables, small rodents and ungulates. The world of birds is also rich: there are pheasants, woodpeckers, partridges, eagles, wood grouses, storks, tits, sparrows, flycatchers, blackbirds, jays, cuckoos and many other representatives of birds.

Freshwater fish species are found in the rivers and lakes of the Czech Republic: pike, roach, crucian carp, carp, tench, bream and rudd. Rare species of fauna are included in the Red Book of the Czech Republic and are carefully protected. Endemic animals, whose populations are on the verge of extinction, live in biosphere national and natural reserves, as well as in special park zones.

What to do in Czech Republic?

Karlovy Vary - a heated 50-meter outdoor pool with mineral water "Thermal" with a fitness center and a sauna, other indoor pools of hotels and sanatoriums, as well as health resorts Lazne III and Lazne V, the oldest in Czech Republic hippodrome, bowling alley, shooting range, riding club, billiard club, golf course with eighteen holes(considered one of the most beautiful in Europe), golf club with courses for beginners and advanced students, chess hall.

Water park in the town of Klashterec nad Ohře. It is located just 20 kilometers and half an hour from Karlovy Vary. Seven pools of various depths with stunning rides, slides and toboggans, children's "paddling pools", "wild water", jumping pool, flow channel, jacuzzi.

CASINO 777 is the most popular casino in the city. Open daily from 19:00 to 3:00. Disco Peklo is one of the most famous discos in the city, opening hours daily from 21:00 to 5:00. Luhačovice - sauna, solarium, fitness club, tennis courts, sports complex, mini golf, bowling alley, fishing on the dam, sports equipment rental. Cinema, sanatorium theater(open from March to October), dance bars with live music, disco, and air tours over the city. Two kilometers to the northeast is the Luhacovice reservoir on Olshava. This is a good place for swimming, boating, and from there you can go to the nearby forests, in which there are many tourist paths with signs.

Not far from Luhačovice there is a small town Leszna, which houses a zoo with more than 240 species of animals, a UNESCO World Cultural and Natural Heritage site, the city of Kromeriz with a magnificent castle and a beautiful greenhouse.

Marianske Lazne - tennis courts, swimming pools, gyms, golf courses, horse riding await sports lovers. Bellevue Casino, Irish Pub, Flashdance Disco. The cultural life of the city is rich and varied: concerts, theatrical performances, dance evenings and entertainment programs are held in the House of Culture "Casino", the city theater, and in the summer - also on the colonnade and in the music pavilion near the Forest Spring. Every year the resort hosts the Chopin Music Festival and the grand opening of the spa season with the obligatory consecration of the springs. An extraordinary impression is made by the unique attraction of the resort - the Singing Fountain.

Czech climate

The weather in the Czech Republic is very favorable for tourism in this country all year round: mild winters, moderately hot summers, early spring and late autumn. The climatic conditions of the Czech Republic are practically the same throughout the country and depend mainly on the terrain.

The winter in the Czech Republic is quite mild - in the plains the temperature drops to 3°C, and in the mountains - to -10°C. Almost once every 10 years in the Czech Republic in the winter can severe colds to -15°C occur. The average temperature in the country during the winter months is zero. The country's ski resorts are especially popular in January and February, when there is snow in the mountains.

Spring in the Czech Republic begins early enough - in late February. So, in March there is already significant warming, and in mid-late April the tourist season begins - everything begins to bloom, the weather enjoys sunny and warm days, the air warms up to +20°C, the work of ski resorts stops until next season. From the first days of May begins an active influx of tourists, and in the middle of the month begins the real summer in the Czech Republic.

Summer in the Czech Republic is just as comfortable to relax as in other seasons. The Czech sun is gentle, not scorching. The average air temperature in mid-summer is +21°C. Such mild heat makes it a pleasure to travel around the country. There are also summer showers in July - although frequent, but not strong.

Autumn in the Czech Republic does not come earlier than October, as there is still a lot of dry and clear summer in September. October can be both warm and rainy, but the vegetation of the Czech Republic acquires a wide variety of colors, which makes traveling around the country great and romantic. In November, sharp changes in temperature are already noticed and small snowfalls are possible.