Czech Republic Travel Articles
Indie Travel in the Czech Republic for $45 Per Day In these days of mass tourism, the Czech Republic can be more expensive than its reputation suggests, but it doesn't have to be. John Guzdek gives you a guide to exploring and indulging yourself for just $45 per day. Planning an Extended Trip to Central Europe: Poland, the Czech Republic, and Hungary You've been to Paris and Rome, now Jenn Molholt guides you to the less explored side of Europe. Beyond Prague: Off the Beaten Path Experiences in the Czech Republic There's more to the Czech than Prague and Jennifer Miller spent about a month and a half discovering it. Join her and experience the "real" Czech Republic, from caves to castles, absinthe to beer, not to mention the deepest abyss in Eastern Europe. 8 Things Every Visitor Should Know About Prague Now Prague ticks off every box on the European "must-have" list for travelers - fascinating history? Check. Gorgeous art and architecture? Check. Affordable? Check, check.....Czech. The New Bohemia: Part II – Prague, Czech Republic, Europe John M. Edwards continues his reflections on Prague. The New Bohemia: Part I – Prague, Czech Republic, Europe In a possessed city Kafka called a mother with claws, John M. Edwards
discovers the unbearable lightness of being a tourist in overcrowded
Prague. Beyond the Astronomical Clock – Prague, Czech Republic, Europe Puzzled by the attraction of the Astronomical Clock? Attracted by the beauty of Charles Bridge but not the crowds? John Guzdek believes he has the guide to the real Prague. Goulash and Pivo – Czech Republic, Europe Czech Tech was an unexpected path that brought Rachel Nena Krasno and friend closer to the local lifestyle, the music and the land. Sounds across a Clear Sky – Cesky Krumlov, Czech Republic, Europe A trip to a remote, Czech village led to far more than a photography opportunity for Rosanna Horsburgh. Spring Travels: Part III, Zagreb to Prague – Hungary, Czech Republic, Europe Sally J. Walton does a twosome for this final segment of her journey. After using buses, trains and her feet, the return flight feels luxurious before the inevitable time and culture adjustments.