Travel tips for European countries: Czech Republic
About the county
The Czech Republic is located in Central Europe, borders Poland to the north, Germany to the northwest and west, Austria to the south and Slovakia to the east. The
The capital of the Czech Republic is Prague, which is also the largest city in the Czech Republic and a popular tourist destination. The Czech Republic has become a member of Europe.
The Czech Republic was previously part of Czechoslovakia, which was liquidated in 1993. January And was divided into what is now called Czech and Slovak.
Republic Brno, Ostrava, Plzeň, Olomouc, České Budějovice, Zlín, Hradec Králové, Ústí nad Labem, Pardubice and Karlovy Vary are other important Czech cities.
Republic The Czech Republic is divided into two parts by geographical and cultural classification. They are the Czech Republic and Moravia. The cities of Bohemia are
Popular in its spas and vineyards. There are also many visitors here. One of the other tourist attractions is tourism.
Hundreds of kilometers of trails for walking, cycling and skiing.
Population and languages
The people of Czech republic is approximatelt ten point two million and formal language is Czech.
The voltage is 230 V and the frequency is 50 Hz. The plug used is a round plug and a plug with a male ground pin
It is located in the center of Europe, borders Poland to the north, Germany to the northwest and west, Austria to the south and Slovakia to the east. This is basically a
Countries strategically located in some of the most important land routes in Europe.
The Czech climate can be called “moderate” with hot summers and cold clouds. It also becomes snow. Most of the rain falls in the summer. For
Different heights, temperature variations vary. The temperature is quite low for a high altitude and more precipitation. Medium temperature
in high areas it is only -0.4 ° C, and in low altitudes it can reach up to 10 ° C
Clothing should be conservative and informal, except for formal dinners or good hotels or restaurants. Typpas tend to be between 5 and 10 percent in restaurants, hotels and taxis.
Places of interest
Castle District (Hradèany): presents some of the best churches and museums. There are also beautiful gardens, fortifications and state apartments.
St. Vitus Cathedral: is in the castle district, the most important feature of this cathedral are the towers raised in the sky. It is also a country
The largest church with excellent architecture.
Karluv Most is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the city and you should not miss it.
The Old Town Square (Staromĕstské Námestí) is the most lively square in Prague with many historical structures. It also organizes several markets every year.
The Jewish Museum is the largest Jewish museum in Central Europe with a large collection of Jewish works of art.
Vyšehrad: have a large hill built on a cliff in the river.
Air is the Czech national airline of Czech Airlines. There are many other small and popular international airlines in the Czech Republic. The
The main airport is Prague Ruzyne International Airport (PRG). The airport is about 10 kilometers northwest of Prague.
With railways, this country is part of a larger network of trains that connects to European cities. If you come from Western Europe, the most convenient connections are
They are located in Berlin, Frankfurt, Munich, Vienna and Zurich to Prague.
1. 800 cigarettes or 400 cigarettes or 200 cigars or 1 kg of tobacco for the EU countries.
2. 200 cigarettes or 100 cigarettes or 50 cigars or 250 g of tobacco for non-EU countries.
3. 10 liters of alcoholic beverages with an alcohol content of more than 22%, or 20 liters of alcohol with an alcohol content of less than 22%, or 90 liters of wine or 60 liters of wine;
Sparkling wine or one hundred & ten liters of beer for EU countries.
4. 1 liter of spirituous drink or 2 liters of wine for non-EU countries.
5. 50 g of perfume or 250 ml of toilet.
6. Food, fruits, medicines and flowers for personal use.
7. Gifts up to 175 EUR.
Raw products, meat or dairy products, drugs, firearms, ammunition, weapons, eggs, plants, endangered species, fireworks and alcoholic beverages that contain:
More than sixty percent alcohol.