Flight schedule Deauville - Prague/Prague
- On monday on 25 sep 2017
Flight Time Deauville-Prague/Prague : 01h30
Currency: Czech koruna (1 euro = 23.73 CZK)
Time difference: No time difference
Things to see and do
Czech Republic: Must-sees
The architectural heritage of the Czech Republic is so rich that you might be tempted to spend your entire stay exploring historic towns. But then you would miss out on the mountain landscape, inviting contemplation as well as hiking and cycling. Perhaps the simplest pleasures - enjoying a delicious craft beer at a microbrewery or sitting on the terrace of a cafe people watching - will make you happy ... After all, it doesn't matter: what counts is that you can enjoy your holiday!
The splendour of Prague "Mother of all cities", "the City of a hundred spires", "the Golden City" ... Prague has no shortage of complimentary nicknames. After having walked the winding cobblestoned streets leading to the square of the Old Town and contemplated the lyrical paintings of the facades, the amazing Gothic spires of the Church of Our Lady of T√Ĺn and the ingenious astronomical clock; you can honestly say that Prague is incomparably beautiful.
Just a few hours from Prague, the medieval town of Kutna Hora is famous for its silver mine, its impressive cathedral, the ossuary and its hospody (pubs) in the traditional style. Order a pint - choose one of the local beers and a big plate of knedl√≠ky (dumplings) and take the time to live, as the Czechs really know how!
Chocolates and buildings like dolls houses are not the only assets of Slavonice, a little corner of paradise. A few neon signs advertising brands of beer do not adulterate the sixteenth century, sgraffito facades too much, they are so numerous that you end up not knowing which one to photograph first. This is a place not to be missed - but do not say it too loudly!
The rocks of AdrŇ°pach-Teplice
Walk along the trails of the reserve, footsteps muffled by the sand of the old river bed and get the strange feeling of being spied on by these stone giants.
Olomouc is a very well preserved city. The Town Hall Square is a good example. The museum of the Archdiocese deserves a visit, if only for its fascinating treasure.
You will not get bored in PlzeŇą (Pilsen). After the not-to-be-missed Pilsener brewery tour, you can stroll through the shady streets of the historic centre, marvel at the largest synagogue in Europe after Budapest, climb to the top of the bell tower of the cathedral and in the summer, join the locals at the lake and spend the day soaking up the sun.
The natural site rolling around a bend in the Vltava River, the picturesque character of the historic centre, the beauty of its Renaissance castle: ńĆesk√Ĺ Krumlov is without doubt one of the most beautiful cities in the Czech Republic, with exceptional historical heritage
You must visit at least one castle during a stay in the Czech Republic. The one at Karlstejn is really typical, with its moats, towers, ramparts and battlements, from which they once poured boiling pitch on invaders. This fortress housed the Crown Jewels of Bohemia and its history is closely linked to that of the most famous Czech king (who was also Holy Roman Emperor), Charles IV.
Spread over 200 km2, Lednice-Valtice one of the largest and most beautiful garden complexes in Europe, was built between the 16th and 20th centuries by the famous Lichtenstein family.