Czech Republic

Unique Christmas Traditions from Around the World

Whatever your plans for the holiday season, we thought it would be interesting to reflect on the diverse Christmas traditions of the many countries we visit on our tours. Not all are of these celebrations are still widespread in the 21st century, and some of them travel across borders to be observed with minor variations...
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10 Year Wedding Anniversary Cycling In The Czech Republic

There is quite literally nothing more rewarding for all of us here at Pure Adventures, than getting to be a part of our client’s most special occasions. Recently we received this note from Leisha Stelken, who booked a Czech Republic cycling tour with us to celebrate 10 amazing years of marriage with her husband. Along...
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Bike Luggage Charges: Worth Keeping Your Bike At Home?

With cycling becoming more popular than ever, enthusiasts increasingly want to take their bicycles abroad for cycling holidays. As a cyclist, it’s worth knowing whether or not taking your own bicycle abroad is worth it. It can also help determine what airline to book with. At Pure Adventures we are so lucky to have bike...
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Delicious Eats On The Cheap In Prague!

Prague has been a political, cultural, and economic centre of central Europe for centuries. It’s home to about 1.26 million people and is the capital of the Czech Republic. With its rich history, this make Prague a popular tourist destination – named the top 6  travel destinations by TripAdvisor in 2016. The city receives more than 6.4 million international visitors annually....
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Bikes & Beer: cycle-touring picks in Austria and the Czech Republic

For travelling cyclists, Austria and the Czech Republic offer something for everyone. Austria’s bike-friendly Danube cycle path is paved and well marked, winding trails through the mountains offer a challenge to fit cyclists, the breathtaking architecture and scenery provides a memorable backdrop for tourists, and of course, beer to quench your thirst after a day...
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Czech Towns

5 Towns to Visit in Czech If you’re looking for rich history, fascinating culture, mesmerizing arts and a breathtaking countryside, look no further than the Czech Republic. From magnificent medieval castles to captivating stories of powerful families whose influence can still be felt there today, to a warm, welcoming culture of people who are fiercely...
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Cesky Krumlov in Czech Republic

Cesky Krumlov – One of Czech’s Oldest Villages Located in the South Bohemian region of the Czech Republic, the tiny town of Cesky Krumlov happens to be one of Czech’s oldest villages – and one of its most beautiful.  What it lacks in size and youth, it more than makes up for in charm and...
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Czech Multisport Tour

Vienna to Prague Greenways Multisport The Greenways is a designated corridor of 100-year-old hiking trails stretching for 250 miles from Vienna to Prague along the Dyje River in Southern Moravia and the Vltava River Valley in Southern and Central Bohemia. It connects beautiful countryside with cultural monuments, historic towns and villages with restored castles and...
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Czech Republic Tips

Czech Hot Spots Traveling to Czech Republic anytime soon? CzechTourism.com gives us the latest…   RESTAURANT TIP: CAFE BRAUN Sokolska 31, Prague 2 Café B Braun is the newest addition to Prague’s stylish dining scene. The restaurant boasts sleek design by the renowned Czech architect Eva Jiricna. Filled with glass, steel and practically all white...
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St. Vitus Cathedral in Prague

The Jewel of Prague Interested in visiting Prague? Your visit won’t be complete without seeing the St. Vitus Cathedral. Everyone knows great things take time and the St. Vitus is no different; it took 600 years to be built. This Roman Catholic cathedral is the most important cathedral in the country, one because it is...
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