Discover the Top 10 attractions to visit Czech Republic with Irro Charter
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Discover the Top 10 attractions to visit Czech Republic with Irro Charter!

Top 10 attractions to see in Czech Republic with Irro Charter

One you arrive at Czech Republic you can choose on of five airports and then airport shuttle will be your kind host that will take you for a wild journey in Czech Republic. Bus Company will be delighted to show your group the Czech Republic, popular holiday destinations in Europe, draws visitors throughout the year, with places to visit in both summer and winter. Tour bus will help you find incredible natural beauty in Czech Republic and if you're a history buff then there's plenty to see in the form of beautiful churches, interesting museums and epic towering castles. Bus rental by Coach Charter Europe is normally the essential travel companion required when arriving in Czech Republic.

If you decide travel with group bus rental by Coach Charter Europe is best option to travel in Czech Republic. Chartered bus by Coach Charter Europe will ensure your group safe, prompt and enjoyable travel.

Do you need inspiration where to go in Czech Republic? Find here our top 10 places to go in Czech Republic:

  1. Prague Castle

    For most tourists, the highlight of a trip to the Czech Republic is Prague Castle (Prask hrad). It's on every Prague itinerary. Prague Castle, which dates from the late 10th century and is located in the city's Hradcany neighborhood, has been central to Eastern European history for centuries, and has been home to Holy Roman Emperors, the Habsburgs, Bohemian kings, and, more recently, the Czech Republic's President. The castle, the largest in the world in terms of area, has undergone many drastic changes in architectural design over the course of its 1,000-year history, evidence of which can be seen in the various buildings built within its walls over the centuries.
  2. Pargue´s Charles Bridge

    It's difficult to visit Prague without visiting the city's most famous river crossing, the magnificent Charles Bridge (Karluv Most). This famous bridge over the Vltava River was built in 1357 and has many unique points of interest along its 520-meter span, including numerous fine statues. Perhaps the most notable are those of the bridge's namesake, Holy Roman Emperor Charles IV, as well as the 1683 statue of John of Nepomuk, which honors the country's most revered saint, who was, ironically, drowned in the Vltava. Do get there you will need to use Coach Charter Europe bus company. You can rent a bus with driver and enjoy your ride to famous waterfall.
  3. St. Vitus Cathedral

    Chartered bus will bring your group to the St. Vitus Cathedral, which is part of the Prague Castle complex, is best known as the birthplace of the Bohemian Coronation Jewels, as well as the tomb of the Czech people's most respected saint, St. Wenceslas. The cathedral has a long and illustrious history. The house, which dates back to 925, when Prince Wenceslas built a chapel on the site, grew alongside Prague's importance, and it soon became a basilica after the Prague bishopric was founded. Between 1344 and 1419, it underwent another period of expansion as it began its transformation into a Gothic cathedral and the St. Wenceslas Chapel was built. In the late 18th century, construction and renovations were resumed, with neo-Gothic elements added.
  4. Český Krumlov Castle

    Cesk Krumlov Castle, which dominates the old town after which it is named, is remarkably well preserved for its age. Most of what remains today in this UNESCO World Heritage Site dates from the 17th century, including the Rosenberg Ballroom and the Renaissance Hall, the Royal Apartments, and the Chapel of St. George, which date from the 13th century. The castle's old Baroque theater is still worth visiting. It was built in 1682 and is still used for special performances. Using our bus company you will get there safety and comfortably.
  5. Brno's Cathedral of St. Peter And Paul

    The magnificent Cathedral of St. Peter and Paul, high above the old city of Brno, is one of the Czech Republic's most significant national monuments. The cathedral was built on the site of an 11th-century Romanesque church, which was later extended to include a crypt and a basilica, the ruins of which can still be seen today. The interior, which was eventually restored as a Gothic cathedral in the 18th century, is a Baroque masterpiece designed by architect Moric Grimm. The Kapistránka pulpit and the crypt, which house not only tombs but also fragments of Brno's original city walls, are two of its most prominent features. Chartered bus by Coach Charter Europe is best partner to visit this incredible complex.
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  7. Bone Collectors: Czech Crypts, Toms and Cemeteries

    There are a variety of interesting sites in the Czech Republic devoted to preserving the bodies of those killed in battle or by diseases such as the horrific plagues that plagued Europe in medieval times. But what makes these sites much more fascinating is the sometimes bizarre manner in which thes centuries-old human artifacts are presented. This is most visible in the small town of Sedlec, which is home to the popular "Bone Church," the Gothic All Saints Chapel. The interested will be rewarded in the Sedlec Ossuary with the opportunity to see the remains of approximately 70,000 people who died between the 14th and 16th centuries shown in very chilling artistic fashion, including coats of arms, chandeliers, chalices, and bells.
  8. The Colonnades and Spas of Karlovy Vary

    Karlovy Vary, also known by its old German name of Karlsbad, is a must-see for those looking for an authentic European spa experience. Karlovy Vary, established in 1358, has long been a popular destination for Europe's elite; from royalty like Peter the Great to famous composers and writers like Beethoven, Chopin, and Goethe. There is evidence of the town's 13 main springs, not to mention countless smaller springs, all over the city.
  9. Glassworks of Karlovy Vary

    In addition to its many fine spa resorts, the lovely town of Karlovy Vary is one of Europe's most popular glassmaking centers, with a glassmaking industry that has thrived here for over 150 years. The Moser Visitor Centre, which is part of the Moser glassworks, which was established in 1857, is a fascinating excursion. Bus rental by Coach Charter Europe will be glad to help your group get there.
  10. Kuntà Hora

    If you only have time to visit one Czech town other than Prague, Kutná Hora, now a UNESCO World Heritage Site is a must-see. Kutná Hora, located only 80 kilometers east of the capital, was once home to one of Europe's leading silver mines, the proceeds of which helped fund many of the town's most beautiful structures.
  11. The Bohemian Paradise

    Eastern Bohemia, one of the most beautiful areas of the Czech Republic, is home to the stunning Bohemian Paradise (Cesk ráj). This area of outstanding natural beauty is renowned for its many huge rock formations that protrude from the ground like spikes and pillars, created by the elements over tens of thousands of years. The area, now a UNESCO Geopark, attracts hikers and sightseers from all over Europe due to its spectacular sandstone hills, natural bridges, and tall basalt columns and outcroppings, all of which are accessible through a network of trails and scenic drives.

Bus charter Europe will pick you and your group from five Czech Republic airports or any other place in and around the country. With our airport shuttle it will take just few minutes to get around the country and start to enjoy your holidays in Czech Republic. We are the airport shuttle that gives you flexibility while you can create your individual tour with your group. Our airport shuttle would be the wise partner to have when traveling around Czech Republic.

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