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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Pravčická brána, Bohemian Switzerland National Park, Czechia

Pravčická Brána

The Pravčická brána is the largest natural arch in Europe. It is located in the Bohemian Switzerland National Park (Národní park České Švýcarsko), in the Ústí nad Labem Region, in northwestern Bohemia. It is a symbol of the national park and one of the most recognizable natural landmarks in Czechia.

Litomyšl Castle, Czechia

Litomyšl Castle

Litomyšl Castle is the most important landmark in the small town of the same name in the Pardubice Region, in eastern Bohemia. It is one of twelve (as of 2017) UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Czechia. It was inscribed in 1999, as the 9th Czech site on the World Heritage List.

Uherský Ostroh, Slovácko, Moravia, Czechia

Uherský Ostroh

Uherský Ostroh is a small but pretty town in the Zlín Region in eastern Moravia. It belongs to the Slovácko cultural region, also known as Moravian Slovakia. The inhabitants of this region speak Moravian dialects of the Czech language, but the varieties spoken in Slovácko have strong Slovak influences. The culture of the region also displays many similarities with Slovakia…

Praděd - Mountain in Jeseníky Mountains, Czechia

Praděd

Praděd is a mountain in the Hrubý Jeseník range, on the border of the Moravian-Silesian and Olomouc Regions. The mountain peak itself is situated in Czech Silesia and the Moravian-Silesian Region. The border between Silesia and Moravia runs below the peak. With its elevation of 1,491.3 m (4,893 ft) above sea level, it is the highest mountain in Czech Silesia and Moravia, and the fifth-highest in the whole of Czechia.

Prague Astronomical Clock (Orloj) in the Old Town of Prague

Prague Astronomical Clock

The Prague Astronomical Clock, commonly known as the Orloj, is one of the most popular sights in the Czech capital. It is very easy to find, because it is mounted on the Old Town Hall in the magnificent Old Town Square (Staroměstské náměstí). At full hours between 9 AM and 9 PM, you will see there crowds of tourists watching the parade of 12 wooden apostle statues appearing in two windows.