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A landlocked country sharing borders with Austria, Germany, Poland and Slovakia. Changeable weather, so possibly the best time to visit is mid May to mid June, or early autumn. Best weather is July and August, but this is the busy season, as is Christmas, so the prices will be higher. In the winter you can ski or snowboard; in the summer, enjoy a few rounds of golf, walk in the mountains, sunbathe on a beach by a lake, canoe down a ride, or cycle round one of the national parks.
Check the currency exchange rates at the local banks. The rates can be a lot better than the exchange bureaux.
The historical city of Prague, the capital, is probably best seen at Christmas, when the snow is falling. Just the thing to get you into that Christmas spirit. However, it is equally wonderful in the summer months. Admire the beautiful architecture of the cathedrals, churches, houses. See the Astronomical Clock (installed in 1410 and the only one of its age still working). The Lobkowicz Palace is not to be missed. The exhibits include paintings by Canaletto, Breughel and Velaquez; and manuscripts of some of Mozart's and Beethoven's works. Treat yourself to an audio guide.
Enjoy a ferry ride to Prague Zoo. Fantastic day out for adults and children. The animals are housed in spacious and clean surroundings.
Cesky Krumlov - in the morning, take a guided tour round the old town; in the afternoon, visit the castle. Climb the tower, then visit the rooms in the castle, and after have a walk around the gardens.
Located in the eastern part of the Czech Republic, the Moravian Karst is a geological wonder. Four caverns are open to the public. Stalactites and stalagmites, underground lakes. Enjoy a boat ride on the underground river (Punka Caves), see the limestone columns in Catherine's Cave, for example.
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