So we decided to visit again the Czech Republic on the day before. Yes, this is as last-minute as we can be 🙂 Yet the plan was to re-visit Prague for some time and remember the old good days. Surprisingly, we ended up spinning around the country like a crazy! Actually, the Czech Republic is considered to be one of the cheapest countries in Europe. So it is always worth visiting!
We discovered breath-taking places. Then I said, well this needs to be shared. That’s why I’m gonna (try at least) to be short this time and get you right to the point:
North of Czech Republic
First, visit the Bohemian Switzerland National Park. It was a great discovery for us It seemed like the place is known for its sandstone rock formations, wild valleys & frozen waterfalls. Hence, a pure paradise for Nature lovers like me
Prague has really a lot to offer. First of all, avoid visiting the city on weekends. As it goes crazy and sometimes chaotic, it is not worth it anymore to walk around on busy days. As a result, we visited it on Thursday and it was quite empty and cozy
Prague has also a lot to offer in December, if you plan to visit it during Christmas, you will also have a lot to do.
In general, if you are ever visiting this beautiful city in the colder time of year, it is always worth it. Check this nice about visiting Prague in Winter.
In Prague, we didn’t have problems finding accommodation and it was low season. However, here is some inspiration if you are wondering where to stay in Prague. The city also has some great budget accommodation. I stayed in a great hostel during my first visit. If you are on a budget, check the best hostels in Prague.
If you are a young couple with a baby on board, the capital of the Czech Republic will be a good idea for you. Sightseeing in Prague with a baby is enjoyable and easy as the city is stroller-friendly.
Furthermore, another discovery was the medieval city of Cesky Krumlov or the city of colors. A quiet and cozy village at the Austrian borders worth spending a break from the modern world. Maybe I will just let the photos speak…