Sights and Destinations

Sights and Destinations

For a country of its size, Czechia has quite a lot to offer to the crowds of tourists who visit it every year. Except beaches. There are no good beaches in Czechia. But if you're interested also in great architecture and beautiful landscapes, there are many great places in Czechia which make up for the lack of beaches.

Czechia is world-famous for its beer. Everybody knows that. But did you know that Czechia also produces wine? Find out where. This filterable list presents some of the most popular and most amazing sights and destinations in this nice country in the very heart of Europe. New places will be added automatically to the list as the site grows.

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Panorama of Olomouc, Moravia, Czechia

Olomouc

Olomouc is a major city in Moravia and the capital of the administrative region of the same name. It is the sixth largest city in the country and the most important city in the Haná region of Moravia (also known in English as Hanakia or Hanácko in Czech). Until the mid-17th century, Olomouc could be considered one of Moravia’s capital cities (together with Brno). Its well preserved Old Town belongs to the most beautiful ones…

České Budějovice, Czechia - Premysl Otakar Square

České Budějovice

České Budějovice is the capital city of the South Bohemian Region. It is internationally famous for its beer, known in other countries as Budweiser, after the German name of the city: Budweis. The city also played a role in one of the greatest works of Czech literature: “The Good Soldier Švejk” (in the original: Osudy dobrého vojáka Švejka za světové války).

Aerial view of Velhartice, Czechia

Velhartice

Velhartice is a large village and a municipality in the Plzeň Region in western Bohemia, not far from Šumava National Park. The village was first mentioned in 1318. It used to have town rights in the past. The most important tourist attraction in the village is the impressive medieval Velhartice Castle (Hrad Velhartice).

Panská skála, Czechia

Panská Skála

Panská Skála is a natural landmark situated near the town of Kamenický Šenov in the Liberec Region, in northern Bohemia. The name can be translated as “the Lord’s Rock”. Due to its appearance, it is colloquially known also as Varhany (“pipe organs”). Its hexagonal basalt columns reach up to 12 m (39 ft) and resemble the ones in the famous Giant’s Causeway in Northern Ireland.

Červená Lhota Chateau, Czechia

Červená Lhota

Červená Lhota is a Renaissance chateau in the small village of the same name in southern Bohemia, near the town of Jindřichův Hradec. The location is very picturesque. The unique colour of the chateau contrasts very nicely with the colour of the lake which surrounds it and the colour of the nearby trees. The beautiful scenery attracts thousands of visitors every year.