Bohemian - Merian variations: unaffected woodlands, elegant baths and pulsating life in the large cities. With a surface of approximately 78,000 km² and 10 million inhabitants, the Czech republic is a bit larger than Bavaria.
There are seven regions North -, East -, South -, West and Middle-Böhmen (including Prague) as well as Nord- and Südmähren. The smallness of the country and the "Pragozentrism" of the former communist regime prevented the regions from developing individual characters. Only as late as 1998 did a political reorganization succeed.
Prague as the capital of the Czech republic is called the Golden City on the Moldau. Hundreds of thousands of tourists flow through Prague each year - the cityscape has a lively atmosphere, rarely found in other large European cities. The splendid sights invite you to take a fascinating walk through the centuries.