Apartment for two people in the heart of Prague’s historic quarter.2/4City trip Prague
Prague | With an architectural mosaic from several eras, winding old alleys and countless sights Prague is regarded globally as one of the most beautiful cities. Why not discover this splendid city from a city apartment!
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3/4And I can come too
Czech Republic | With these holiday houses it is explicitely allowed to bring pets so that your faithful four legged friend can also enjoy a relaxing and eventful holiday.
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Luxuriously furnished castle for 16 people with own pool and many other extras.4/4Pool right next door
Czech Republic | Holiday houses with own swimming pool – if roofed – are not only ideal for the summer. Even during the cooler seasons you are able to enjoy refreshing bathing pleasures.
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Vacation in a holiday home in Bohemia
Once part of the Holy Roman Empire and the Austrian Habsburg Empire, today Bohemia occupies a solid two thirds of Western Czechoslovakia, with its heaquarters in Prague. The entire region, especially the Jizera, Beskidy and Kartonosze Mountains, is marked by a profound sense of beauty and history, and an abundance of charming holiday houses in Bohemia. Holiday apartments are popular with families who appreciate the space, privacy and convenience they offer. Uncrowded and fairly easy ski slopes coupled with affordable holiday rentals has boosted tourism in the region.
Also called Sumava (Sound of the Leaves), this magical forest is a firm favorite with birdwatchers, cyclists and trekkers who are treated to sights of medieval castles, glacial lakes, mountain rivers and the famous boglands. Sumava has a fleet of holiday homes to choose from. Rent a car to explore the region independently. Self-guided and guided tours are available, so check with your holiday homes for precise details. This forest is worth exploring!
Things to Do
Once tourists step out of their holiday apartments, the options are limitless. Important sights include the archeological villages of Netolice and Prášily, the Bílá Strž natural reserve, the 13th century Velhartice Castle, and Černé Jezero - a lake with a mystical black surface. The village of Kašperské Hory draws visitors for its looming castle that can be seen from afar. Adventurers can do a 8 to 25 meter tree top walk in the Bavarian Forest National Park (Baumwipfelpfad Neuschönau). Despite high altitudes, skies are almost always clear and bright which is good news for photographers. Book your holiday rentals now! Bohemia is calling you to vacation in a holiday home. Won't you come visit?