Czech Republic

Czech Republic Travel Guide

Articles about Czech Republic

By Travel + Leisure Staff

From New Mexico to New Zealand, a world of amazing Christmas celebrations awaits.

By Lee Magill

From New Mexico to New Zealand, a world of amazing Christmas celebrations awaits.

By Melissa Locker
The country that invented the Pilsner drinks beer (or rather pivo) with lunch, dinner, and sometimes even with breakfast. In fact, Czechs like beer so much that they no longer just drink it—they also soak in it. At Beer Spa Bernard in Prague, w...
By Adam Štěch / Wallpaper*
Prague’s Thai restaurant group, Modrý Zub, has just launched its third outpost, this time located in Smíchov, the shopping, media and business district of the Czech capital. Aiming for a distinctive Thai urban jungle aesthetic, architect Kryštof B...
By Erika Owen
The five-star Corinthia Hotel in Prague is out to prove that there's a lot more beer can do than blur your memories from a night out on the town. Their new "Beer Spa Package" uses age-old methods—seriously, they date back to the Middle Ages—to hel...
By Travel + Leisure Staff

Who needs Provence or Portofino when there are still so many places left to explore? 

Hotels in Czech Republic

Designed by Czech-born, London-based minimalist architect Eva Jircina, the 109-room hotel near the old Jewish Quarter consists of two harmoniously geometric buildings, studded with pierced metal sunshades, that flow around a small courtyard.

Restaurants in Czech Republic

One of the city’s most celebrated cafés, Slavia opened in 1881 and soon became a gathering place for artists and intellectuals, including Franz Kafka and former president Václav Havel.

Things to do in Czech Republic

Off in a far corner of the city, tucked between a wooded park and a highway, are three short blocks of Modernist row houses. This was Brno's answer to the larger and much better known Weissenhof Siedlung, which opened in Stuttgart in 1927.