Situated in the center of Europe, the Czech Republic is geographically small but has a lot to offer its guests. Its capital Prague is an architectural jewel which was spared destruction during the two World Wars and is nowadays a major tourist attraction dazzling an increasing number of visitors, while the Bohemian and Moravian countryside offer a walk back in time with their medieval towns and castles, charming villages, and magnificent scenery.
The Czech Republic is also a walker’s and cyclist’s paradise. The Southern Bohemia region offers miles of trails winding through rolling farmlands, sleepy villages, deep forests, and past lakes and rivers, while the southern part of Moravia rewards with hikes through thriving vineyards and past medieval monasteries and hilltop castles. No wonder that the Adventure Travel Trade Association has put the Czech Republic at the top of its list of countries for adventure tourism.