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Holiday Letting Price Information in the Czech Republic
The graph shows average prices of rental prices in the Czech Republic for the next twelve months. Prices in a week of December (22/12 - 29/12) go up to £93 per night, which is the highest average price in the next 12 months. Opt for a getaway in June (01/06 - 08/06) for optimal savings when heading to Czechia.
Holiday Home Availability Information in the Czech Republic
Find out the percentage of available rentals & cottages in the Czech Republic with the graph above. It is in June that you will find the week with the least available accommodations (30/06 - 07/07). On the other hand, the week with the most available offers is in October (13/10 - 20/10).
Superb holiday lettings in medieval Czech Republic
For a cultural and action-packed city break, look no further than the Czechia. You’ll find a wide range of apartments in this vast country, ranging from quaint baroque buildings, Gothic towers or beautiful bohemian lettings. If you’d prefer something a little more modern on the exterior, the country’s recent popularity means you’ll also find many new stylish apartments, particularly in the major cities. The range of self-catering apartments on offer mean that you’ll have everything you need at your fingertips, leaving you to spend your time exploring this beautiful country
Enjoy the local cuisine in the Czechia Hearty meals and exquisite sweets
To experience Czech cuisine at its best, you’ll find that the capital, Prague, has an array of restaurants. Many of the traditional dishes are meat based, and stews (or goulash) and thick soups are very popular. Another staple, and something to definitely try during your stay are the dumplings served alongside meals. You’ll find both wheat and potato based dishes depending on the dish they’re served with.
If you have a sweet tooth, be sure to try a trdelnik; a sweet-smelling pastry rolled around a stick and topped with sugar. If you take a wander round the capital city, you’ll find street vendors selling them.
For a night out in the Czech Republic: have a drink and take in a show
Prague, the capital city, is renowned in Europe for its vibrant nightlife, with an abundance of bars, clubs and boutique eateries. The prices are incredibly reasonable, particular for locally made alcoholic drinks, and many bars (particularly those attached to hotels) will treat you to stunning views over the town while you sip cocktails on their terraces.
If you would prefer something a little more low-key, consider taking a stroll down the river to listen to some of the city’s best jazz musicians. You could even head to the National Theatre to catch an opera or a ballet performance.
Explore the sights of the Czech Republic
Most visitors to the country prioritise Prague as their number one place to explore, but the country is filled with other towns and attractions which are often overlooked. For the stunning architecture alone, take a trip to Cesky Krumlov. With many of the original 15th-century buildings still intact, this town is home to an overwhelming castle, complete with exquisite gardens and an extravagant fountain. There is also a theatre attached should you wish to catch a play.
For something slightly different, the country houses many breweries which offer tours and tasting sessions to visitors. The most famous of these is the Pilsner Urquell Brewery, where you can sample the beers and purchase limited edition merchandise.
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