Although Prague has a vast number of cultural, architectural and historical attractions, the rest of the country offers castles, monuments, medieval towns, quaint villages and beautiful natural areas to be explored.
Many foreigners are attracted to The Czech Republic, Prague, because of the low costs associated with its nightlife. They have a large number of clubs and bars located closely together that stay open until late.
The countryside features castles, caves and other special landmarks such as mountains and nature reserves. The most popular souvenirs are glass, porcelain and ceramics found in the many nicely decorated and illuminated shops in Prague. These shops also sell handmade clothes and fashion accessories.
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With many places to see and events to attend, the Czech Republic is good to visit at any time of the year. April and October are the best months for sightseeing although cooler weather around 10°C can be expected. In July and August many visitors are attracted because of school holidays and vacations and then temperatures are known to rise above 30°C.