Czech Republic is home to some of the scenic castles, picturesque cathedrals, magnificent palaces and exotic cobblestone streets. Today we propose an incredible tour of the most beautiful villages in the Czech Republic. You may have heard or read dozens of articles about the wonders of Prague, the great capital of this country in Eastern Europe. However, its beauty goes far beyond the great metropolis that centralizes the lives of its people.
There are populations and locations in the Czech Republic capable of transporting visitors to different worlds, different times of our time that, due to their beauty and harmony, have remained almost intact to this day. These are the list of the most beautiful small towns in Czech Republic. We leave now to the unpredictable Jindřichův Hradec, a town crowned by a spectacular castle, the third largest in the Czech Republic. In addition, it has a huge mechanical nativity scene, the largest in the world. Also the romantic touch of the place is impressive. Jindrichuv Hradec is a beautiful historical city that is cradled between a lake and a river. This attractive city is home to some of the most beautiful castles, museums, a windmill and a bi-route railway that is very narrow. The narrow alleys and lovely streets of Jindrichuv Hradec will make you feel like you entered into the medieval era. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
Lednice is a small town that is home to an enchanting palace, the House of Liechtenstein. It is also the region where you can find the biggest park in the country. Visit this 13th-century town and be awestruck. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
Benesova is a lovely city located very close to Czech Republic’s capital city, Prague. It is well known for its astonishing castle called the Konopiste castle. This 11th-century town has lush greenery and a breathtaking landscape. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
Renowned after the Karlstejn Castle, this picturesque town has its roots sank in the history of the Bohemia. Karlstejn is known for its colorful houses. The architecture of the town shows its rich heritage. Most of the structures in the town are over 500 years old. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
Trebon is known for its colorful houses with terra cotta roofing. The small town plays a pivotal role in the history of Czech Republic. The town is sprinkled with numerous bespoke spas that welcome visitors from all walks of life. Trebon is home to the International Festival of Animated Films. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
Telc is a small historic town that is well known for a wide range of stunning chateaus. The buildings feature some touches of Renaissance and Baroque style of architecture. A 15th-century Gothic-style castle is one of the most amazing castles you will ever cast your gaze upon. Little wonder, Telc was named a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
Mikulov is a quaint, dainty town that has a wonderful ambiance. This stunning town is located very close to Nove Mlyny reservoirs. This is a haven for seekers of tranquility and serenity. This town is one of the towns to watch out for eco-tourism. Loved for its scenic atmosphere, this town is fast becoming a tourist mecca. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
Teplice stands out as the second largest spa town in the country. Nestled between Central Bohemian Mountains and the Ore, this postcard perfect town can best be described as a healing town. The finely built houses and neat streets are perfect for sightseeing. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
Znojmo is a beautiful town located very close to the Austrian border and Vienna. The town boasts of rich cultural heritage. The historical center is a testament to how the Renaissance era improved the lovely urban settlement. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
The charming city of Hradec Kralove tops the list because it is the home of many musical inventions. The most beautiful institutions for education, health, and commerce are found in this beautiful town. It is home to buildings like the University of Hradec Kralove and the Charles University.