Explore The Czech Republic
The Czech Republic is the hotspot of art, architecture, history and beer. Prague, the capital city, is home to the most famous Charles Bridge, Astronomical clock, Jewish quarters, Prague castle, Charles university and numerous other UNESCO world heritage sites. Here is a comprehensive guide to Prague. Speaking of UNESCO world heritage sites, Chesky Krumlov, a city situated a couple of hours drive from Prague is yet another place of interest.
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With my blogs on the Czech Republic, I take you through my journey. Right from the ultimate guide to visiting the Czech Republic, which answers all your questions about planning the trip. To location-specific blogs on Prague and Chesky Krumlov. Through my blogs, you will find; things to do, where to stay and how to save money while travelling to the Czech Republic. For all you vegan travellers out there, I have the perfect vegan food guide to Prague.
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Best Books to Read Before Visiting The Czech Republic
From a Terrace in Prague: A Prague Poetry Anthology by Stephan Delbos
offers a collection of poems from Czech poets, both contemporary and historical, and offers a glimpse into the country’s rich literary traditions. This book is a great read for anyone interested in exploring Czech poetry and culture.
Under a Cruel Star: A Life in Prague, 1941–1968 by Heda Kovály
is a memoir that offers a personal account of the author’s life in Czechoslovakia during World War II and the communist era. This book is a must-read for anyone interested in understanding the impact of political regimes on everyday life in Czechoslovakia.
The Garden Party and Other Plays by Václav Havel
is a collection of plays by one of Czechoslovakia’s most prominent playwrights and political dissidents. This book provides insights into Czechoslovakia’s political and cultural landscape during the communist era and is a must-read for anyone interested in exploring Czech literature and culture.
Milan Kundera’s The Unbearable Lightness of Being
is a classic novel that explores themes of love, politics, and philosophy against the backdrop of Prague in the late 1960s. This book is a must-read for anyone interested in exploring Czech literature and culture.