THE TOURISM IN CZECH REPUBLIC
The Czech Republic, located at south-east of Germany, is composed from territories of Bohemia, Moravia and Silesia. The capital of Czech Republic is Prague, one of the major tourist destinations in Europe. Other destinations are Kutná Hora, Český Krumlov, Karlštejn Castle and Lednice. Prague draws many foreign tourists (principally British and German): two important attractions are low costs and nightlife. Many entertainments as bars and clubs, located close each other and in many cases open late, are strong incentives for tourists of Western Europe. Other attractions are the protected areas such as Bohemian Karst (Český kras), Bohemian Paradise (Český ráj) and Šumava National Park. In the area outside of the city there are caves, castles and other landmarks. Skiing localities are situated from Northern East to Northern West Czech Republic. The most famous resorts are located in the Krkonoše Mountains and in particular in the tourist centre of Harrachov. The airport in Prague is Ruzyně International Airport. The tourists who visit the Czech Republic usually use the trains or overland buses. Hereunder the cities most appreciated in te world. Prague (Praha): its historic center is on the UNESCO World Heritage list. Brno is the largest city of Moravia: hosts every year the Moto GP Grand Prix and has interesting museums. Ostravais is the third largest city in the Czech Republic, with steelworks and coal mines, but it is a fascinating and unique landscape. Olomouc Square at duskOlomouc has rich collection of historical architecture and bosts the UNESCO World Heritage of the Holy Trinity, six stone baroque fountains, several churches and other. Český Krumlov: the second biggest chateau of Czech Republic is the better attraction of this old town in South Bohemia. Kutná Hora is an ancient town famous for St. Barbora cathedral, old silver mines and the Chapel of All Saints.
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