In the centre of Europe, surrounded by Germany, Poland, Slovakia and Austria, the Czech Republic dotted with castles, medieval towns and beautiful mountains and landscapes. Most tourists visit the capital, Prague – it’s a beautiful city with many recognisable monuments and landmarks such as the Old Town Hall with its famous Prague Astronomical Clock, the Gothic Charles Bridge and the stunning river Vltava. However for those who want to venture out of this glorious city, the honey-coloured spa towns in the Sudeten Mountains, Bohemia’s Renaissance breweries and hilltop ruins, and the vineyards of Moravia are well worth exploring.
Since the invention of Pilsner Urquell in 1842, the Czechs have been famous for producing some of the world’s finest brews and in Prague you’ll find so many places to enjoy the golden liquid. Not only are there hundreds of bars and restaurants serving beer brewed in local breweries, there are also a number of beer spas to drink and pamper yourself in simultaneously.