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Icefalls and ice climbing in the Czech Republic

Ice climbing is a special branch of rock climbing which lies in, as the name suggests, climbing exclusively icy massifs created either from waterfalls or water running in rocks. However, most locations offer a combination of ice surfaces and rocks.

 
 
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Traditional markets and fairs

Folk crafts have always had a very strong tradition in the Czech lands. Work by local people was even famous far over…

 
 
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Get to know Bohemia on horseback!

The most beautiful view of the world is allegedly from horseback. But it isn’t enough to simply get on a horse…

 
 
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The Summer Shakespeare Festival

Outstanding dramatic works by William Shakespeare, unique artistic performances of popular actors and unusual theatre…

 
 
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Experience and educational tourism in…

Let us help you to get to know wonderful Prague monuments in a way other than just walking along picturesque lanes in…

 
 
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Summer music festivals

These have been a unique part of the cultural events in the Czech Republic for decades. They are held at traditional…

 
 
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How to find accommodation in the CZ…

You can choose from a whole range of types of accommodation in the Czech Republic, from hotels through guesthouses and…

 
 
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Carnival

Masopust, fashank, ostatky and šibřinky were all feast days in the past, periods when we should eat well, because the…

 
 
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The spa industry has a long-standing…

The Czech Republic boasts tens of spa towns. The spa industry has several centuries of tradition and worldwide renown…

 
 
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Museums and galleries

Thanks to the country's vast cultural riches, there are a remarkable number of museums and galleries in the Czech…

 
 
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Jizerské Mountains

The Jizerské Mountains are the northernmost Czech mountain range. It is a region of steep, rocky slopes, somber…

 
 
 
 
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