The number of foreign visitors to the Czech Republic has been increasing sharply over the last several years. Many come back after their first visit, to enjoy together with others all that the Czech Republic has to offer. The main advantage of the Czech Republic is the wealth, diversity and accessibility of cultural, historical and natural places of interest, all concentrated in a relatively small space that boast very serviceable standards of accommodation and dining facilities.
Prague is among the most frequently visited cities in the world. Places of interest for tourists are not, however, concentrated just there - every part of Bohemia and Moravia has something to offer to its visitors. For some, it is old cathedrals and picturesque corners of historical towns, others value a silent mountain valley or the mysterious atmosphere of romantic ruins and ancient castles. The social life is rich as well - not just in Prague and other larger cities, but also in Bohemian and Moravian spas.
Very famous is the so called "Bath Triangle" which consists of the world famous spas - Karlovy Vary, Mariánské Lázně and Františkovy Lázně. These spas were visited by famous people such as J. W. Goethe, A. Dvořák, J. S. Bach, W. A. Mozart as well as many others.
For those who appreciate history, the Czech Republic offers the following UNESCO sights: Chateau Lednicko-valtický campus, Historical town preservations including Český Krumlov, Telč and Kutná Hora.
Lake lovers shoud not miss a visit to South Bohemia, with its abundance of lakes and beautiful countryside.