"Anyone who keeps the ability to see beauty never grows old." – a quote from Czech-born Franz Kafka, which is a perfect match for the first impressions of this country. Anyone who travels through the Czech Republic with open eyes will discover that the country has many wonderful places. In particular Prague, its capital, rouses the charm of a past age with its magical squares and attractive streets – it is not without reason that it is known as "the golden city".
If you have the time for a short detour, you should leave the motorway and take a short drive through the villages. Very often, the roads follow small rivers, passing innumerable castles and palaces. These fabulous surroundings are probably also the reason why most fairytale films are shot here. A detour is definitely worth it. The Czech Republic is also a popular destination in winter. Every year, the country's snow-covered mountains attract numerous winter fans to the beautiful ski resorts.
Furthermore, the Czech Republic is the home of beer. Its inhabitant drink around 140 l of beer per head each year. As a result they are clearly at the top of the European ranking list.
The country's road system is well-developed and connected to the European road network. The connections between the country's various regions is also very good.