Wheelchair accessible Czech Republic, located in Central Europe, is one of the youngest countries in Europe. It was created on January 1, 1993, after the split of Czechoslovakia into the Czech Republic and Slovakia. The fascinating country has experienced significant growth in both the economic and cultural spheres in the post-communist period, restoring much of the old splendor to its former glory. It is not without reason that the Czech Republic is one of the most popular holiday destinations in the region.


What to see

The capital of the Czech Republic is Prague. This wonderful city has an extremely long history, which is visible at many sights. In general, the center of the city is quite compact, which makes it easy to discover the city on foot. However, the ground is not always even and easy to maneuver on. Some of the most popular sights in the city are the Prague Castle, the Charles Bridge, the Prague Astronomical Clock, Vyšehrad, and so much more!

About the Czech Republic

The Czech Republic has a hilly landscape with the highest point being Mount Sněžka in the Giant Mountains (1602 meters). Furthermore, the country is mostly covered in forest. In terms of culture, the country has churches, palaces, castles, and many impressive historical monuments. The country is also known for its many healing sources, beer, and composers. Besides that, soccer is the most popular sport in the Czech Republic.

Another interesting fact about this country is its climate. The Czech Republic has a temperate climate. During the winter months, temperatures are around 0 degrees Celsius and during the summer months around 20 degrees Celsius.

Besides that, Czech is the official language in the Czech Republic. Additionally, German, Polish, and Romani are spoken. In general, many people across Europa have a basic knowledge of English.

Lastly, the official valuta in the Czech Republic is the Czech Koruna (CZK) and in general, people tip around 10% of the bill.