Visit The Czech Republic

Visit Czech Republic

Any visitor of Czech Republic and/or United States can easily obtain information about the most important sites in the desired area. Hotel concierge, travel books, and various web site offer information about top city’s museums, restaurants, and events. On these pages, CCC recommends places which our members believe to be the “must see hidden treasures.” We hope you will have a chance to enjoy them.

Recommendations in Czech Republic

Most Beautiful Library, The Klementinum library, Baroque architecture, was first opened in 1722 as part of the Jesuit university, and houses over 20,000 books.

Ceska Sporitelna, Rytířská 406/10, 110 00 Praha 1-Staré Město, Czech Republic. Not only this place has one of the best exchange rates, but also the building’s interior is simply mesmerizing.

Naplavka – is an area along the river from Rasinovo Nabrezi, embankment of the Vltava River between the tram Stops ‘Palackého náměstí’ and ‘Výtoň’Prague 2. Visitors could find an occasional farmers market, free concerts, exhibits, etc.

Stare Mesto
(Old Town) – Staromestske Namesti, Jan Hus Monument, Church of ‘Our Lady Before Tyn,’ Old Town Hall
Josefof (Jewish Quarter) – Jewish Town Hall, Old Jewish Cemetery, Old-New Synagogue
Mala Strana (Little Quarter) – Charles Bridge, Church of St. Nicholas
Prague Castle and Hradcany – St, Vitus Cathedral, Strahov Monastery, Wallenstein Palace Gardens
Nove Mesto (New Town) – Wenceslas Square topped with “National Museum” with two main shopping streets “Na Prikope” a “Narodni” 

U Prince – rooftop
Hotel Aria – rooftop
Cafe Louvre – best hot chocolate. This place is favorite with local artists.
Cafe Cafe – place for the local famous scene
Cihelna – amazing river views

Zofin – great during spring and summer months
Local – multiple locations, great Czech food
Kolkovna – multiple locations, great Czech food

Hotel Roma
– (78 Euro)
Hotel Residence Mala Strana – (56 Euro)
U Prince – (120 Euro)
Hotel Aria – (225 Euro)
Four Seasons – (380 Euro)