Even though Czechia is one of the younger countries in Europe, the area it occupies is one with a long and remarkable history. It once carried the name “Bohemia” – an identity which still resonates to this day, conjuring images of artistic, unconventional people. The country’s landscape lives up to this promise, showcasing striking mountain ranges, beautiful forests and cities boasting colorful combinations of architectural styles.

The capital city, Prague, should be on the bucket list of every traveler heading to Europe. The attractive Old Town is packed with exceptional sights to see, as well as lively markets and a boisterous nightlife. The Christmas Markets, in particular, are worth braving a bit of cold weather for, and give you the opportunity to warm yourself up with some Czech beer and the country’s hearty cuisine. Other cities worth checking out include Brno, Český Krumlov and Telč.

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    Traveling to Prague is like stepping back in time. Visit the Czech capital to soak up the 9th-century pomp of its immense medieval castle, marvel at its medley of architectural styles, and experience the famous food and nightlife cultures in its many pubs and restaurants. Hours can be spent sightseeing in Prague’s Castle District alone, with its vast complex of...

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