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Prague is one of Europe's great cities, its dramatic architecture and poetic atmosphere attracting millions of visitors on romantic city breaks. Beyond the capital though, the Czech Republic has plenty more to offer, from the elegant 19th-century spa towns of West Bohemia to picturesque mountain villages and the karst landscapes of Moravia. The Czech Republic retains an unpretentious Middle European atmosphere, notably in its traditional pivnice beer-halls where the world famous Czech brews are served alongside robust cuisine. Online travel accommodation specialist Hotels.com has partnered with a great selection of Czech Republic hotels to offer the best value rooms regardless of location or budget. Booking Czech Republic accommodation in advance ensures a relaxed stay in this attractive part of Europe.

What's the Czech Republic Like?

Prague is the obvious starting point for any visit to the Czech Republic. The tourist hordes have not diminished the moody romanticism of this perfectly-preserved city with the castle looking down on an atmospheric old town with buskers serenading passers-by on the Charles Bridge and boutiques, bars and quirky treasures to discover. In West Bohemia, the traditional spa towns Marianske Lazny and Karlovy Vary retain an air of grandeur from their 19th century heyday when Europe's aristocracy flocked to take the waters and flirt in the formal parks. Anyone with an interest in beer will want to pay a pilgrimage to the important brewing centres of Plsen and Ceske Budejowice, home of the original Budweiser. Czech Republic hotels allow a relaxed exploration of this unique nation.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in the Czech Republic

English is widely spoken in Prague, not so much elsewhere. German is often a handy alternative, but learning a few basic Czech phrases for please, thank you and good morning - prosim, dekuji vam and dobre rano - will make a good impression. The other key word in Czech is pivo, beer. The Czech Republic might be enjoying a flourishing restaurant and wine culture but locals still enjoy gathering in traditional pivnice taverns to drink beer and eat hearty meat dishes accompanied by knedlik, dumplings. The etiquette is to signal to a waiter for a beer. They put a mark on your tab and count the marks at the end of the night. Hotels.com offers all the information you need to make an informed choice from our selection of Czech Republic hotels. The Hotels.com site features certified assessments by past guests, multiple photos, sample room layouts and an informative map indicating the major sights to help you get a clear picture of what to expect from Czech Republic accommodation.

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