Wonders of Czechia
Telč – a Renaissance gem
In 1992 the historic core of the town was inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List.
Koněprusy Caves – home to stalactites, bats and counterfeiters
The Koněprusy Caves are the largest in Bohemia, and replete with striking stalagmites, stalactites, domed chambers, mineral curtains and other unique attractions.
Podyjí – the best preserved river valley in the Czech Republic
The Podyjí National Park in Moravia offers beautiful views of the meanders of the river Dyje as well as unique animals and plants.
Spa town of Františkovy Lázně
The town of Františkovy Lázně is the smallest of the so-called West Bohemian Spa Triangle.
Unfinished church in Panenský Týnec
The unfinished Gothic Church near the town of Louny is a favourite tourist spot due to its mystical and healing powers rumoured to be hidden within its walls.
Milešovka – Bohemia’s “Thunder mountain”
The Queen of the central Bohemian mountains, which the Germans call Donnersberg – “Thunder Mountain” – the stormiest site in the Czech Republic, offers stunning views.