The Czech Republic has been emerging as a popular tourist destination for those seeking culture and charm. The Czech Replublic offers towns, forests and a magnificent landscape of mountains, plains and farmland. The country is divided into two geographic and cultural sections, Bohemia and Moravia. Bohemian spa towns and laid-back, traditional, Moravian wine villages embrace a refined and relaxed rural lifestyle.
Prague is home to a number of cultural attractions and is known as 'the city of 100 spires' and the 'pearl of Baroque'. The Old Town Square is home to the famous Astronomical Clock which draws onlookers who gather to observe the skeleton ringing the bell and the trumpeter who sounds a fanfare from the top of the tower. The Metronome monument, which is situated where the Stalin memorial statue once stood, offers stunning views of the city. Petrin Hill is home to the Lookout Tower, a mini version of the Eiffel Tower, which dominates the skyline. Admire the remarkable architecture of Frank Ghery's Dancing House which is also known as the “Fred & Ginger” house. Prague is also famous for its nightlife so you won’t be short of restaurants, bars and pubs to keep you entertained in the evening.