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Any visit to the Czech Republic should begin with the capital city of Prague. The city has an amazing atmosphere and it has an Old Town that is now a UNESCO World Heritage site. Other medieval features of the city include the Charles Bridge and there are some amazing views when you take a river cruise on the Vltava. Wander into the Mala Strana district to see some of the spires that the city is famous for and while there pay a visit to the castle.
Not everyone wants to spend their time exploring a city though so why not make the most of your Czech Republic car rental and head out to the Adrspach-Teplice Rocks – the perfect place for the adventurous type. These rocks are sandstone and there are some very unusual formations to see. The area is a nature reserve and there are also canyons and forests for you to explore.
You could also meander through the Moravia region of the country, famous for wine production. While many people hire a bicycle and explore the region this way you could hire a car and make the most of every moment in the region by seeing as much as possible during your stay. The Lednice-Valtice area used to be part of Liechtenstein and is also a UNESCO listed area.
Take a trip to Kutna Hora in the heart of Bohemia and you can take in sites such as the silver mine and the cathedral. This used to be one of the most important cities in Europe and there is plenty to see and do here.
If you are interested in history then there are several castles in the Czech Republic that would not look out of place in a book of fairy stories. The 14th century castle at Karlstein is within easy reach of the capital and sits in a forested valley. Alternatively head for Konopiste which was designed in the Baroque style and used to be the home of the Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria.
Again we are pointing you in the direction of a UNESCO World Heritage site and the city of Telc. This is a Renaissance town and one of the best surviving examples of such a town in Europe. There are medieval buildings and part of the town was rebuilt after a fire in the early part of the 16th century so there are several different architecture styles for you to see here.