The Czech Republic is rightfully considered one of the most romantic countries. Medieval castles, endless fields, and stunning architecture make it a very attractive country for many newlyweds. Where to go on a honeymoon in the Czech Republic?
1. The town of Cesky Krumlov
It is an indispensable place to visit. This town is incredibly beautiful and romantic. A walk along it will become the most vivid impression of a trip to the Czech Republic and will leave an unforgettable experience. Although the town is small and you can get around it in a day, it is quite possible to stay there for a few days! When you find a woman for marriage (if you still don’t have the one), you will be able to enjoy the views, walk along the Vltava River, and taste local cuisine in cozy restaurants together. In general, this is a place for those who want to enjoy each other’s company in a wonderful place.
This is one of the most popular places for all lovers which many poets have described in their poems and songs. It rises on the left bank of the river above the valley and delights visitors with a beautiful park, green gardens, and lush greenery. All this is far from the bustle of the city and the noise of human and traffic flow. The intricacies of the paths unexpectedly lead to such places from which an amazing view of the city opens, breathtaking and leaving its mark in the heart at any time of the year. In spring, it is especially beautiful here: on the slope beyond Strahov Monastery, apple and pear trees begin to bloom.
3. Charles Bridge
This is perhaps the most famous stone bridge of the 14th century. To feel all its inherent beauty, it is important to choose the right moment for this. There are too many busy people here during the day: ubiquitous tourists, souvenir sellers, street performers, etc. For a romantic kiss on the Charles Bridge, it is much better to choose morning hours, when everything is shrouded in a mystical haze, and air clouds smoothly float across the sky, and beautiful swans lazily cut through the water surface of the Vltava River.
4. Elbe Sandstone Mountains
If you want to spend your honeymoon not in the city but closer to nature, then pay attention to the Czech Switzerland region in the Elbe Sandstone Mountains. Rocks, gorges, canyons, and rivers create landscapes of indescribable beauty, and tourists can choose one of the many routes for exploring the mountain trails. In this area, there are a lot of cozy, inexpensive hotels where you can live a few days while admiring the mountain scenery. Czech Switzerland is called a wildlife paradise.
5. Sumava National Park
Pack your bags and go to Sumava, the country’s largest national park. This is a region full of densely populated hills along the border with Austria. Immerse yourself in picturesque lakes, streams with trout, areas with beautiful forest and important historical monuments. And it is free.
6. Lednice-Valtice Complex
Another great place is in the South Moravian Region of the Czech Republic. Here, you can see two beautiful Lednice-Valtice complexes. It is located on a vast territory – 200 square km which you can walk endlessly, enjoying the views because South Moravia is a picturesque region! And given that these castles were previously owned by the richest Czech family, it’s clear that the park can be compared with French palaces in beauty. The place is also famous for its vineyards and excellent wine which you can buy and taste in a small shop.
7. Ceske Budejovice
The main administrative, economic and cultural center of the South Bohemian Region, as well as one of the “beer” cities of the Czech Republic, is located in the place where the rivers Malshe and Vltava merge together. Ceske Budejovice is one of the centers of Czech brewing; therefore, there are two large breweries in the city, one of which produces the well-known Budweiser. And of course, the old city with its buildings in the Renaissance, Baroque, and Gothic style deserves attention.
8. Old Town
Those who are interested in the most important, symbolic sights of the Czech Republic should go to the Old Town – the historic district of Prague where all the historical sights of the city and the country is concentrated. Each street of the historic district is a real gallery of art monuments that preserve the heritage of the country. Among the institutions, it is worth visiting the Public House, built on the ruins of the Royal Palace, the medieval Powder Gate, the Old Town Square, as well as many thematic museums.
9. Lipno Lake Resort
Some natural objects can be found in the south-west – one of them is Lipno Lake and the surrounding area. This area has been closed for tourists for 40 years and opened not so long ago. So today, the places in the vicinity of the lake are the purest corner of pristine nature. In the forest that grows here, an unusual eco-trail is laid – a wooden platform with a length of 372 meters and a constant smooth rise to a height of 24 meters above the ground, where it ends with a 40-meter observation tower.
10. Prazsky Hrad
The residence of Czech kings is a must-see place on the list of every couple. Here, you can find the desired privacy: not everyone knows that the entrance to the castle remains open until late in the evening. Then there is a completely different atmosphere, and it’s time for romantic walks in the moonlight along the Golden Street, spacious courtyards, and the cathedral.