Thanks to cheap beers and hostels, Czech Republic is breaking the stereotype.
Nestled at a historic jewel right at the heart of Europe, the Czech has been known as the Land of Fairytales because of its castles and monasteries. Not to forget, its capital city of Prague has been nicknamed as the “City of a Hundred Spires”.
Old towns with Gothic churches and a variety of architectural styles all across the country have always been strong reasons for attracting travelers. But now, people have started considering to travel to Czech due to its economic aspects of travel.
If you’re on a budget spree, a handful of $30-$36 that includes almost all aspects of your travel should be perfect for you. This would include your paid attractions, transportation, accommodation and food with beverages. You can also be as frugal as you want for a hand-sum amount of $21. Formerly a part of Czechoslovakia since it’s disintegration in the year 1993, Czech Republic started to win attention and gained popularity. It is more than just a sum of sights but a proud nation with friendly and warm-hearted people who have immense love for anyone who visits their pride.
We, as travelers have certain mindsets that don’t let us go away with the fact that a European country could be budget friendly and no hefty investment would be required to be spent to reach here. Getting a Czech Republic visa is often remarked to be easier for certain nationalities, especially the Filipinos. A holiday package to the Czech Republic wouldn’t cost you an arm and a leg. But, within a constraint budget of nearly AED 2500, you can spend four nights in the country without breaking the bank.
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Though it is considered historical, Czech Republic, however, is not outdated. The country is filled with modern shopping centers, pubs, and bars for entertainment and scenic beauty that would definitely please your eyes. At Czech, your imaginations are the ultimate limits. You could be having a gala event at a famous castle, or a vampire dinner or a show in an old factory. All you’re expected to do is to wish for what you’d want. And yet, it has much to offer in such a sizeable pack; from snow-capped mountains to medieval towns, and lest we forget, the birth country of the world’s first finest beers.