The most beautiful places in the Czech Republic. Apart from Prague, a city known for its unique charm, in Czech Republic there are many other great destinations. Cesky Krumlov Cities, Kutna Hora and Karlstein castle is among the most popular attractions in the country.
Cesky Krumlov is a medieval town that houses a large Bohemian castle XIII century. In the Middle Ages, this town in Bohemia became an important center of commerce, its development is favored by the location on the river Vltava. The buildings are well maintained and restored, retaining its small town charm as it had in the eighteenth century. The buildings were beautifully decorated facades and streets are paved with flagstones. All these details make Cesky Krumlov a unique destination, and good quality shops and restaurants with menus delicate.This city was built the first monastery in Bohemia, in 1142. The city developed due to silver resource discovered in the nearby mountains, becoming a mining town. Kutna Hora has many spectacular Gothic buildings, because it was long under German control. Among the most beautiful sights here include Hagia Varvara, with five naves cathedral. Also worth visiting Italian Court, the former royal residence, but also from Sedlec ossuary, where there is a church decorated entirely with human bones.
The seaside resort was built in XIII century on the site of hot springs which are believed can cure any disease. Because only the rich could afford to come here for treatment, all the buildings were built in Karlovy Vary in an opulent style, elegant, thus forming a special architecture. While a number of natural disasters had destroyed some buildings here, the resort has developed further, reaching a world-class centuries XVIII and XIX. The hot springs are used now, after 600 years since the inauguration of the resort, and their therapeutic effects are just as appreciated as then.