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Destination guide

Czechia: start in the capital

An overwhelming number of travelers start in the capital Prague to explore the medieval center, haunting Gothic architecture which dates back centuries and some of the best craft beer in Europe. Over the years, many rulers have left their mark on the city which is, perhaps, most evident at Prague Castle. However, those few adventurous souls who go beyond the city walls find a forested and mountainous landscape, conducive to all sorts of outdoorsy activities. Gentle hikes along the footpaths, challenging mountain climbs and scenic cycling routes await, not to mention some fine wildlife spots.

Things to do

Ancient attractions steeped in history in Czechia

Czechia is steeped in history and there's an exhaustive list of ancient attractions to delve into, particularly in the capital Prague. A good introduction is the 10th-century Prague Castle in the old Hradcany district, which has seen its fair share of leaders from Roman Emperors to present day presidents. For Prague newbies, a trip to the capital wouldn't be complete without an amble over the 600-year-old Gothic Charles Bridge, which spans the Vltava River, perhaps best seen covered in snow during winter. After all that sightseeing, a visit to the spas in Karlovy Vary are the perfect way to soak away an afternoon.

Activities

Czechia: go beyond Prague

Only a fraction of visitors to Czechia go beyond Prague and spend time in the countryside. This is a shame, as the forested landscape provides some seriously good outdoor adventures. You can walk along the footpaths or cycle the well-maintained and marked trails that lead directly from your Czechia vacation rental. Extreme sports nuts should head to Bohemia where you can secure your harness to climb up the Karst mountains. It's not over when the snows hit between December and February. Dig out your skis or snowboards, wrap up warm and hit the slopes for some serious downhill fun.

Weather

Czechia is always open for business

There's no right or wrong time to visit Czechia, though the summertime sees the largest influx of travelers who descend upon Prague in their droves. It's no surprise really, the temperature between July and August hovers around the mid-70s without getting humid, making for a great climate for sightseeing or hanging out by the Vltava River. The Czechia vacation rental prices are highest at this time, so if you'd like to save a few bucks, try spring or fall, when the climate can still be warm but there are far fewer travelers to contend with.

Natural features

Over a 3rd of Czechia is covered in forest

More than a 3rd of Czechia's land is made up of oak and spruce forests, though the country's national tree is the linden. The woodland is often broken up with meadows, pastures and lakes, providing habitats for much wildlife. If you're staying in a countryside Czechia vacation rental, you can spot much of the country's creatures along the walking footpaths that meander through the landscape. Look out for eagles soaring over the treetops, herons wading around in the waterways along with geese and magnificent red deer and wild boar.

How many vacation rentals are available around Czech Republic?

Our 2021 property listings offer a large selection of 2,082 vacation rentals around Czech Republic. From 717 house rentals to 1,308 condo and apartment rentals, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable holiday or a weekend with your family and friends.

Explore destinations around Czech Republic

Prague
896 vacation rentals
Plzen Region
50 vacation rentals
South Bohemia Region
198 vacation rentals
Olomouc Region
19 vacation rentals
Karlovy Vary Region
158 vacation rentals
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62 vacation rentals
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26 vacation rentals
South Moravian Region
41 vacation rentals
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290 vacation rentals
Vysocina Region
16 vacation rentals
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16 vacation rentals
Liberec Region
243 vacation rentals
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70 vacation rentals