Having a hard time choosing which places in Czechia you should visit? This map with filters based on your interests will help you. Use the location and interest filters to find the perfect destination for your next Czech trip.
An amazing example of modern architecture in the New Town of Prague.
An impressive, large complex of palaces, chateaux and planned landscape.
The largest natural arch in Europe, located in the Bohemian Switzerland National Park.
A Renaissance castle, inscribed on UNESCO's World Heritage List in 1999, as the 9th site from Czechia.
A small but pretty town in the Zlín Region, in eastern Moravia. It belongs to the Slovácko cultural region.
The highest mountain in Czech Silesia and Moravia, and the fifth-highest in the whole of Czechia.
Medieval astronomical clock, one of Prague's most popular tourist attractions.
A beautiful small town with colorful Renaissance houses, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
An observation tower with a magnificent view of Prague.
An iconic, tiny street with small, colorful houses located in Prague Castle.
An unbelievably picturesque view of the Vltava river near the village of Teletín.
A large medieval castle located near in the town of the same name near the capital city Prague.
The largest ancient castle in the world. A must-see for all tourists coming to Prague.
Very picturesque region in Moravia with beautiful rolling fields, bearing a resemblance to Tuscany in Italy.
A beautiful spa town in wes-tern Bohemia. Very popular among celebrities and fa-mous for its International Film Festival.
The second largest city in Czechia and the capital of Moravia. Famous for the in-ternational fairs held there and the Špilberk castle.
A picturesque old town with a medieval castle. It appear-ed in the 2006 James Bond movie, Casino Royale.