The Czech Republic is known as a ‘crossroads of European cultures’. The character and architecture of Czech cities and Czech property has been the source of inspiration to guests from the moment they arrive in one of the beautiful Czech Republic villas. The Czech Republic has only been a European country since 1993, when Czechoslovakia split into the Czech Republic and Slovakia.
Prague, the beautiful eastern European city of magnificent architecture, music and the serene Vltava River is known the world over. The beauty of the city, stemming from the gold-tipped church towers, ornate bridges, stunning cathedrals and peaceful parks is a huge attraction, but Prague is also a vibrant, cosmopolitan city, with excellent nightlife appealing to all. There are bars, clubs and some magnificent Czech restaurants to be found with a short walk of a Czech Republic holiday rental villa in Prague.
A holiday villa in the Czech Republic can be used to enjoy a range of type of holiday, from a cycling holiday, gastronomic holiday enjoying the best wines and Czech restaurants, skiing holiday, walking or cycling tour, cultural or historic trip or a weekend break to Prague or one of the multitude of spa towns.
The towns and villages of the Czech Republic often has remarkably preserved historic centres and beautifully maintained monuments. As a result, many have been declared World Heritage Sites by UNESCO.
There are also a huge amount of unspoilt wildernesses left to be explored from a Czech Republic holiday rental. Large areas of forestry and mountainous wilderness in the Carpathian Range are home animals not often seen anywhere else in Europe. The lynx can be sighted here, as well as the brown bear, wildcat or black stork.
Years could be spent looking at the magnificent monuments and natural beauty of the Czech Republic, but Czech holiday accommodation can be used for adventure holidays and sport to. Golf and fishing in the Czech Republic have caused the country to come to the forefront of European holiday destinations, and the water sports (on lakes and artificial reservoirs) and flying facilities have become world class.
Winters in the Czech Republic are cold, with temperatures regularly dropping below 0°C from December to February, with the snow melting in April. Temperatures rise sharply from May onwards, and you can expect to be enjoying sitting in the sun at your Czech Republic holiday villa by June, when temperatures are above 20°C during the day, often above 30°C.
The majority of cheap flights to the Czech Republic land at Ruzyne Airport in Prague (PRG). However, some cheap flights to the Czech Republic also land at Brno (BRQ), Ostrava (OSR) and Karlovy Vary (KLV). easyJetdo a huge number of promotional offers on flights landing at Prague.