There are a few sights nearby Prague, which are definitely out of the ordinary. First of them is Kutná Hora, where you can visit Sedlec Ossuary (church decorated with some 40 000 bones) and Czech Silver Museum. Take a helmet and lamp and go to explore dark tunnels of medieval silver mine under the town. Our second recommendation is the Terezín concentration camp where you can remember sad history during Second World War.
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Karlštejn Castle is a prime example of a medieval fortress. It is also a top tourist attraction in the Czech Republic. This castle overlooking the Berounka River with looming towers is simply a must to see.
In southern Bohemia, this picturesque historical town, tinged with romance, has been, not unjustifiably, the second most visited in the Czech Republic. It is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site, with over three hundred buildings in the historical centre enjoy this protected status. Read more
This castle used to belong to the successor to the Habsburg throne Franz Ferdinand d´Este. Read more
Kutná Hora is part of the UNESCO heritage and has many historical Gothic buildings. A long time ago, it was famous for its silver mines. Read more
This has dark memories of WWII. The town was converted into a concentration camp by the Nazis during World War II. read more
Karlovy Vary is a well-known spa town. Relax under Karlovy Vary’s elegant colonnades and visit the famous Moser glass factory. Read more
The town is proud of possibly the largest medieval square in the world, and don’t forget the famous Budvar or Budweis beer which originates from here. Read more