Situated in the center of Europe, the Czech Republic is a world of awe and beauty with its varied landscapes, enormous architecture, spas, wineries, rolling countryside and its peaceful and historical towns.
From Prague and Bohemia to Moravia and Olomouc, set out to discover the romance, the splendor, the pleasures and the thrills hidden in every step you take and everything you see. Whether you are planning a summer vacation to try out hiking, biking, caving and rock climbing, or you are thinking of going there in winter to enjoy ice hockey, skiing and other outdoor activities, the options are plenty and so is the excitement. Not to mention the culture, the hospitality and the great beer!
3 Main Attractions: Charles Bridge, Prague Astronomical Clock, St. Vitus Cathedral
Social Norms: Familiarizing yourself with a few Czech phrases would be a good idea before your trip. If you are invited to someone’s house, it would be polite to take a small gift. Remember to take off your shoes when you enter. When attending a classical music concert or opera performance, most Czechs will dress formally - you can usually spot the tourists by their casual clothes, which the locals will dress to impress at the jazz clubs, cinema and theatre.
Price of Necessities: Bottle of water - 0.6 $, coffee - 1.7 $, average restaurant meal for 2 persons - 23.0 $
Emergency Number: Police: 158 Ambulance: 155 Fire Brigade: 150
Vaccinations: Hepatitis A & B vaccinations are recommended for all travelers. Two doses of MMR vaccinations are recommended for travelers born after 1956 if not previously taken.
Name: Czech Republic Koruna
1 CZK = 0.04 EUR
1 EUR= 25.64 CZK
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