I have lived in Czechia for altogether 3 years so far, on and off, therefore most of what is being shared here on this site, is more of an expat’s than a traveler’s insight – and definitely way much more than of a tourist.
For inspiration, click on the links below for posts about cities in the Czech Republic, and on the pictures for photo albums.
All Czechia posts (more to come)
HOW TO GET TO THE CZECH REPUBLIC
One thing to adore about the Czechia is that it is in the heart of Europe, which makes it an excellent hub for visiting nearby countries (like Austria, Germany, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia, Switzerland), but from here, it is also easy to reach a little bit more distant places as well.
The map above should give you a good idea.
Student Agency is a favorite company, with frequent, inexpensive and comfy coaches
WHERE TO STAY:
You can choose for a wide variety of options, according to your budget and other preferences.
Hotels, hostels, apartments
WHAT TO DO:
Coming soon. First tip, though: this part of the world is very much musical; you can hear organized and more spontaneous gatherings everywhere and all the time, like this one: A Christmas celebration at Midsummer
CZECH REPUBLIC FAQ:
The most common question I have run into, from travelers is
Q: Is the tap water drinkable?
A: Yes. You are in a civilized country in the middle of Europe.
What would you like to know more about? This page is new, so if you have any questions or recommendations about visiting the Czech Republic, please ask me below.