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Things to do in Czech Republic
Karlovy Vary - take a cable car to the Diana Lookout Tower
At around 35 metres wide and 40 metres high the Diana Lookout Tower offers great views of Karlovy Vary. It can easily be reached by walking along the trails through the forest which is filled with birds and wildlife or alternatively via the funicular railway that runs to the top of the hill. Access to the top of the tower is via an elevator, where there is also a pleasant restaurant, that offers a selection of traditional dishes.
Prague - take a tour of the medieval Prague castle
There has been a castle on the site of Prague Castle for over 1100 years with the current castle built in the 15th century. The extensive castle grounds and Saint Vitus Cathedral make it the largest castle complex in Europe. It was once the home of ancient Czech kings and is now the seat of the President of the Czech Republic. There is a changing of the guard every hour with a special ceremony at noon.
Prague - take the 300 steps to the top of the Pertin Tower
The grounds around the Petrin Tower in Prague are impressive and in themselves and offer good views of the city as they are on a hill top. However the best views are from the top of the Petrin Tower, which makes climbing up the 300 steps, a very worthwhile effort. There is not a lot of room at the top, and the tower has been known to sway gentle, when the wind picks up.
Prague - wander around tombstones of the old Jewish cemetery
Prague has been a centre for commerce for many centuries that has attracted people from all religions. The Jewish Cemetery here has had people interred here for over 500 years, with the oldest tomb dating back to 1439. There are so many graves here that the last person to be buried here was in 1787. Wander around the cemetery and take in all the different designs, and maybe see who can spot the oldest or most famous gravestone.
Introduction of Czech Republic
Spun-off in 1993 from the former Czechoslovakia, the Czech Republic is a former Eastern Bloc country which has undergone somewhat of a renaissance in recent times. Its capital, Prague, is one of the most popular city-break destinations in Europe, appealing to both romantic couples and groups of friends looking to party. It is home to some of the most expensive Czech Republic hotels, but there is plenty of accommodation to suit all budgets. Prague's historical centre has been recognised by UNESCO, but at least nine major towns and cities offer a different perspective on the country's urban landscape. A couple of hours from Prague, in South Bohemia, Česky Krumlov is a charming medieval town with the second-biggest castle in the country. Meanwhile, in West Bohemia, Carlsbad's historic spas and Pilsen's famous beer appeal to many visitors. In the east, guests get the chance to enjoy some of the great outdoors, exploring areas such as Bohemian Paradise. This region, famed for its stunning rock formations, is dotted with magnificent castles and ruins. On the Polish border, the Krkonose (Great Mountains) feature some of the country's most exclusive ski resorts.