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Czech moumtains and lakesThe Czech Republic is situated in the very heart of Europe, so it is quite easy to get there from almost any European country. Mild continental climate, picturesque and varied landscapes and rich historic heritage of Czechia attract tens of millions tourists there from all over the world every year. Mostly they visit the capital city Prague, but Hradec Králové, Karlovy Vary, Liberec and small towns of South Moravia and Bohemia are also very popular destinations.

According to official statistical data published on the Czech Republic governmental web-site about 53 per cent of visitors go there to spend a weekend or for a sight-seeing trip, about 19 per cent come to visit their relatives and friends. Some 15 per cent of visitors have business matters in mind while staying in the country and about 12 per cent are attracted by sport events and outdoors activities like hiking, skiing and so on.

Tourism is a very important industry both for Czech government and individual citizens. So they put constant efforts to make staying in the country for foreign people more pleasurable and comfortable. The Czechs are mostly very nice and hospitable folks. So there’s little doubt that you will feel yourself welcome in their country.

The Czech Republic has rich and diverse nature resources. Its mountains, rivers, lakes and forests attract a lot of amateurs of active vacations along with people who like to relax and enjoy quite life far from big cities. There are plenty of ways you can travel trough Czech countryside. Either on foot, by bike or motorbike or watching landscapes through window of a car or a bus – all these ways are great and have their advantages. There’s number of protected areas and national parks in the country where you can admire nature’s beauties and rarities.

Among the main attractions for amateurs of active holidays are labyrinths of caves (for instance, Na Turoldu Caves, Koněpruské Caves, Zbraš Aragonite Caves) connected with each other by underground rivers. There you can discover huge caverns keeping traces of prehistoric people, admire ancient hunters’ paintings on the walls and unique stalagmites and stalactites created by fancy of elements.

In winter the weather conditions in the Czech Republic are fine for winter sports, especially for skiing. As Czechia is surrounded by mountains, there are number of skiing resorts there. The Krkonoše Mountains are the highest mountain ranges in Bohemia. The most popular winter resorts there are Špindlerův Mlýn, Pec pod Sněžkou, Harrachov and Rokytnice nad Jizerou. Amateurs of alpine skiing and snowboarding will find rather good skiing possibilities and comparatively low fees.

Those who prefer cross-country skiing should go to the Špindlerův Mlýn ski area. There are about 100 km of well-groomed cross-country trails and about 26 km of alpine skiing runs. Rather good skiing infrastructure you can find in Harrachov as well as in Rokytnice nad Jizerou. And the main attraction for cross-country fans is Krkonoš cross-country highway, which is almost 520 km long (69 km of the total distance regularly host different skiing competitions).

Those people who are not interested in outdoors activities and sports and prefer sight-seeing or taking excursion trips will also find something new to see and discover no matter if they visit the Czech Republic for the first time or are already well-acquainted with this marvelous country. They will have a chance to indulge beautiful architectural monuments in Prague and other Czech cities and towns, visit various cultural events or enjoy delicious national cuisine in one of the many of restaurants or cafes.

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