The Czech Republic is a wonderland of natural attractions, great Czech beer and unique experiences. The country has more than 10.5 million people, and the further out of the big cities that you venture, the more you’d be inclined to stay. Top attractions include Charles Bridge in Prague, Terezin Memorial and Cathedral of St. Barbara .
Psytrance Festivals in Czech Republic
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24 (Thursday) 1:00 pm - 27 (Sunday) 1:00 pm
18 (Wednesday) 1:00 pm - 23 (Monday) 1:00 pm
Tips For Visiting Czech Republic
Getting There: Prague’s Vaclav Havel Airport (PRG), located about 10km west of the city centre, is the largest and busiest airport.
Best telecom carrier: Vodafone or T-Mobile
Best international air carrier: Czech Airlines
Best short-haul air carrier: EasyJet
Best Time To Visit: The Czech Republic has a continental climate, with a sweet, short summer season, an icy winter and two lovely moderate seasons in between, offering warm and pleasant days. Summer (June to August) is wonderful for exploring and sightseeing, but as it is peak season in the country, you will find exaggerated prices for flights and accommodation. Winter, on the other hand, is off-peak season in the Czech Republic and though temperatures can drop to -4 in the evenings, the locals know that this weather means great evenings in the local pubs, hot chocolate and a wonderful Christmas market over the month of December. The best time to visit the Czech Republic is over spring (March to May) and autumn (September and late-October). Both of these seasons bring bursts of colour to the landscapes and make for perfect sightseeing days.
Currency: Koruna (CZK)
Electricity Socket: 230V 50Hz Electricity.
Language: The country’s official language is Czech. English is often spoken in the major cities.