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  • Great time at Cahergal

    "Loved staying here ! Four women, each with our own bedroom and bath is a luxury. Noreen and Michael were so good to us. Noreen made us scones and two kinds of bread. We got to meet some of the neighbors. Beautiful farm, lovely neighborhood, great location, super hosts - what more could you want ? If I come back to Ireland, Cahergal is definitely on my list."
    Guest: Judy R. Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: September 23, 2014
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  • Dream French Countryside Home

    "What an amazing home in a picture-perfect French village! The outside of the home, conveniently located in the village of Murs, is what we pictured a French country house to look like, and the inside is filled with modern amenities coupled with French charm. The kitchen (equipped with full-sized stainless-steel appliances) is where we prepared several delightful meals featuring provisions from the farmers markets in nearby towns. The master bedroom features a rooftop deck and hot tub, great for relaxing with a glass of champagne after touring the many nearby attractions. Great showers in every bathroom add to the modern appeal of this home; one of the bedrooms is actually a studio apartment, featuring its own sitting area and mini fridge. The locals are friendly...you must visit the village restaurant and pottery shop. One of our favorite nights there included a game of "boules" on the village court. We felt like locals! We had an amazing week in Murs and can't wait to return!"
    Guest: Norma M. Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: September 29, 2014
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Czech Republic Travel Tips

Visitors to Czech Republic Vacation Rentals

The Czech Republic is a travel destination that is rich in culture and history. There are many cities and towns that have been designated as UNESCO World Heritage Sites. If you have an interest in European history, architecture and culture, you will be enthralled by the sights and sounds of the Czech Republic. The many museums have interesting and interactive displays showcasing the country's history through the centuries. The Czech Republic is also said to produce some of the world's best beer. There are many local breweries and you can sample the different beers as you tour around the country. The Czech Republic is also a destination for outdoor adventurers. There are some excellent rock climbing sites, numerous hiking trails and several top-notch ski resorts that are open in the winter months.

Getting to Czech Republic Lodging

The Czech Republic is well connected to the rest of Europe by road, rail and air links. The main airport is in the capital city of Prague. The international airport is located approximately 12 miles outside of Prague and well connected to the city via the local metro rail and shuttle buses. The airport hosts flights from most major European airlines. If you are traveling from North America and cannot find a direct flight into Prague, you may consider flying via one of the other major European hubs, such as Frankfurt, London, Paris, or Amsterdam. From any of these hubs, you should be able to find frequent daily flight connections to Prague. An alternate and popular way of traveling to the Czech Republic is by rail. There are high-speed intercity trains that run between Prague and other major European cities, such as Berlin, Frankfurt, Munich or Vienna. If you are traveling extensively in Europe or around the Czech Republic, you may consider getting a rail pass which will give you unlimited rail travel for a period of time at discounted rates. There are also several major bus lines that link the Czech Republic with the rest of Europe.

Czech Republic Travel Attractions

The capital city of Prague has a wealth of attractions. The Old Town depicts an assortment of architectural styles including Gothic, Baroque and Art Nouveau. There are many museums that you can browse at leisure. If you want to visit and tour castles, there is no shortage of them in the Czech Republic. Many of them date back to the 14th century and are perched high on hilltops overlooking the surrounding area. As you explore the small towns with their cobbled streets, fountains and beautiful old buildings, you may feel that you have taken a step back in time. Near Brno is a unique series of limestone caves. You can tour the caves by joining an underground river cruise. The Pilsner Urquell Brewery is located in the town of Plzen. Here, you can take a tour of the medieval tunnels and beer cellars that run beneath the town.

Best Time of Year to Visit the Czech Republic

The Czech Republic has a temperate European climate. In general, summers are mild and warm, and the winter months can get quite cold. Summer is from mid-May to September and winter is from November to April. Rain occurs throughout the year, resulting in a beautiful green landscape. Most of the rainfall typically occurs in the spring and autumn months. While many of the Czech Republic's attractions that can be visited year-round, most visitors tend to travel during the warmer summer months. The peak travel season is considered to be during June and July, and main tourist attractions can get crowded at this time of year.

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