Chateau Lány in the Czech Republic: Originally a small hunting chateau, built for Rudolph II in 1592 on the place of a medieval fort. It was rebuilt by the Wallenstein family in 1730. Click here to learn more about this stunning Czech Chateau!
Orlík Chateau: A Centuries-old family mansion above the Vltava River canyon in the Czech Republic. Click here to read more about the mansion of one of the most famous noble families in Bohemia!
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Hluboká Castle is the ideal destination in South Bohemia for history buffs, incorrigible romantics and even those who worship sport. The castle owes its current appearance to the Schwarzenberg family and is often described as the most beautiful Czech castle.
Visit Lednice Chateau and see marvellous representative halls, private rooms of the princely family, children’s rooms and a haunted cave! Only a few hours from Prague in the Czech Republic!
Ještěd Czech Republic: Experience Ještěd’s perfect harmony of nature and architecture! At first glance, it may appear that a spaceship has landed on the peak of the majestic Ještěd Mountain. Click here to find out what exactly this structure is!
Municipal House in Prague Czech Republic - A stunning Art Nouveau building with natural ornaments and precisely elaborated everyday items. Click here to read more about the Municipal House in Prague!
Brno Czech Republic Travel: Here are seven functionalist buildings in Brno that architecture fans shouldn't miss when visiting the Czech Republic's "second city". Click here to discover these architectural gems!
The best places to get warm and cozy in Prague, Plzen, Olomouc, and Brno in the winter. Winter is a great time to visit the Czech Republic. Less crowds, snow covered cityscapes, and awesome outdoor sports and activities. But sometimes you need to warm up.
Chateau Nove Mesto nad Metuji: Visit this stunning chateau in the Czech Republic that rebuilt at the beginning of the 20th century by architects Dusan Jurkovic and Pavel Janak. Stunning architecture and history awaits in the Czech Republic. Click here for more!
Villa Tugendhat in Brno Czech Republic: Villa Tugendhat has borne witness to the birth of modern housing and also to the tragic fate of the people who lived there. This work by the famous German architect Mies van der Rohe is to this very day regarded as one of the four most important villas in the world. Click here to learn more about this UNESCO world heritage site!
The UNESCO Church of St John of Nepomuk on Zelena hora in the Vysocina region of the Czech Republic is one of the most unique and original buildings in Europe.
First Republic Treasures of Prague: Get to know Prague Castle, a luxurious functionalist villa, the catholic church inspired by Noah�s Ark with the largest clock tower in the Czech Republic, and more! Click here to explore Prague�s treasures from the earl