PRAGUE has become one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world in the last 30 years, and for good reason. The magical city embraces its rich history as the “City of a Hundred Spires” and provides the perfect backdrop for an unforgettable trip.
Source: Prague: An incredible stay in the Czech capital full of history, culture and perfect views
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In celebration of 20 years of inclusion on the list of the world’s most important landmarks, Villa Tugendhat welcomes visitors old and new this winter.
Source: Brno’s Villa Tugendhat celebrates 20 years of UNESCO World Heritage status
Photo: David Židlický.
“I would like the Villa Tugendhat, which is without a doubt an icon of modern architecture, to be more accessible to the public, who cannot plan their visit to Brno several months in advance,” said the director of the Brno City Museum, Zbyněk Šolc.
Source: Villa Tugendhat Marks 20 Years As A UNESCO Monument
Photo: Jiri Vanicek
UNESCO’s World Heritage Committee just named 34 sites to the prestigious World Heritage List, representing two years’ worth of site nominations.
Source: More than 80% of the new UNESCO World Heritage Sites are on these 2 continents
Photo: Leanne Fromm
Prague is an eclectic city, combining modern influences with historic elements to create a unique experience for every visitor.
Source: Things To Know Before Your First Trip To Prague
On Saturday, UNESCO classified cultural sites in Europe & Saudi Arabia on World Heritage List, including one transnational site The Great Spa Towns of Europe.
Source: ‘Great Spas of Europe’ to be featured on World Heritage List by UNESCO, read details
From period horror films to modern action films, the country’s historical landmarks have stood for locations across time and place.
Source: Czech castles may be closed but you can visit them via these Hollywood blockbusters
While the draw of cosmopolitan European cities includes culture, gastronomy and night life, there’s nothing quite like the charm of a forgotten Sicilian village or a tiny townlet set at the base of snow-capped mountains.
Source: 15 of the most beautiful villages in Europe
A lot of people travel from Prague to Cesky Krumlov as a day trip, but they’re missing out! This beautiful city is so much better once the sun goes down.
Source: PLEASE Don’t Day Trip from Prague to Český Krumlov! Stay Overnight. | Adventurous Kate
Five hundred years after coining the first dollar, a tiny mining town is coming to grips with the many ways it shaped the modern world.
Source: Welcome to Jáchymov: the Czech town that invented the dollar
For medieval history buffs, the Czech town of Kutna Hora has two great attractions: St. Barbara’s Church, often called a cathedral because of its grandeur, and the Sedlec Ossuary, located beneath the Cemetery Church of All Saints outside the town. St. Barbara’s is one of the best examples of Gothic architecture in central Europe and is a UNESCO world heritage site. But visitors are more attracted to the ossuary, a chapel containing bones of more than 40,000 people, arranged in decorative patterns.
Source: Thousands of Bones Being Cleaned During Restoration of Czech Ossuary
National Geographic announced its global list of must-do trips for 2020. The United States had two entries on the list.
Source: The 25 travel destinations you need to visit in 2020, according to National Geographic