In the center of the Czech Republic, also known as Czechia, is Central Bohemia—a region that surrounds the city limits of Prague, and covers almost 14% of the total area in Czechia. Thick forests, towns that are photo worthy and castles all around, Central Bohemia is a charming land for a relaxed trip into Europe’s historical settings.
The city of Prague is often used in movies to depict other cities, including Moscow and Paris—a high compliment for the city. It is a city of art with a creative flow that can be seen in the architecture and many art galleries. Elevated above the city on a hill, and built in 879 AD, Prague Castle stands as the oldest ancient castle in the world (Guinness Book of World Records). Covering 750,000 square feet, the castle also includes the grand arched roof of the St. Vitus Cathedral and other churches. Beyond these must-see sites in Prague are cobblestone lanes leading to gardens and city squares. But, beyond even all this classically beautiful city has to offer, the surrounding area of Central Bohemia awaits the traveler.
Prague is one of the most culturally rich cities in the world, with sights to woo the traveler. But, outside of the city, plenty of wonderful day trips await. With the Czech Tourism Authority curating the best of the best in and around Prague, charming towns, castles and rolling hills add to the already deep culture and alluring views. The Czech Republic is ready to receive the traveler and show them a good time with memories to last for quite a while.
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