Gardens of Prague Castle: Image by Incbac
Brno Moravian Museum: Image by www.czechtourism.com
Liberec city Center: Image by Incbac
View of Pilsen: Image by INCBAC
Prague is the capital of the Czech Republic, famously known as one of the most beautiful cities in the world. It is a very historical and cultural city, as well as live and cosmopolitan place. Prague is also very good starting point for travelling anywhere in Europe, as it is located in its very centre.
Brno is the second largest city of the Czech Republic. It is a big academical, cultural and historical centre. It is located in the region of Moravia. It is also very good starting point for travelling to places in Austria, Hungary or Slovakia (such as city of Budapest or Vienna, Tatra Mountains etc.) and also for low-cost flying to almost all the Europe.
Pilsen is one of the most historical cities of Europe, famous for the worldwide known Pilsen beer. Its city centre is protected as an important historical area. Pilsen is located in the close vicinity of Prague (one hour by bus) and it is also very good starting point for visiting other beautiful cities around, such as Dresden and Munchen in Germany.
Liberec is the fifth largest city of the Czech Republic. Located one hour from Prague, in the north of Czech. It is perfect location for skiing and mountain hiking trips. It is also the coldest place in the Unigou program, where can be expected the highest amount of snow.
Hradec Králové is a truly student city, with 100 thousands inhabitants and three active universities. It is located east of Prague (1 hour by bus) on the confluence of Labe and Orlice rivers. With great historical centre and beautiful surrounding nature it is considered as one of the most beautiful cities of the Czech Republic.
City of Olomouc is situated in the east of the Czech Republic on the rivers Morava and Bystřice. It is more than a thousand years old, with about 100,000 inhabitants it is currently the sixth largest city in the Czech Republic. It has been an important centre during different historical periods, nowadays Olomouc is an important industrial town, transport crossroads and centre of education. By the Lonely Planet it has been listed as one of the Europe´s hidden treasures. It deserves the label „university city“, as there are more than 24,000 students living there during the academic year.
Olomouc city center: Image by University Palacký Olomouc
Hradec Kralove city center: Image by www.ceskainspirace.cz
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České Budějovice is the capital and also the largest city in the South Bohemian Region. It is located on the confluence of Vltava and Malše rivers. This city in well known for Budweiser Beer and for its exact square Ottokar II Square. Nearby České Budějovice (half an hour by bus) is a famous historical city Český Krumlov, which is a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site.