Once a seat of noble families, Český Krumlov is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site where you can explore its well-preserved medieval center and ancient castle.
There are a handful of mysterious churches in Europe that house an incredible amount of human bones. The Chapel underneath the Church of All Saints in Sedlec, just 2km outside of Kutná Hora is by far the most impressive.
It’s one of the largest cities in Europe (7th to be exact) and is famous for its Renaissance, Gothic, and Baroque architecture, as well as it’s musical history and delicious food.
Aside from its spa culture, Karlovy Vary is also known for its stunning architecture from the Colonnades, with numerous buildings and monuments showcasing Baroque and Art Nouveau styles.
One of the main attractions in Liberec is the Ještěd Tower, a futuristic-looking structure that was designed by architect Karel Hubáček. You can take a cable car to the top of Ještěd Mountain to enjoy stunning views of the surrounding landscape.