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EXPLORE MUSLIM-FRIENDLY PACKAGES IN CZECH
Located southeast of Germany, the Czech Republic is a tiny landlocked nation that shares borders with Austria, Poland, and Slovakia to the north, and the south, respectively. There is a lot of history packed into this little nation. It is home to several architectural marvels and is surrounded by scenic woods and mountains.
After a “velvet divorce” on January 1, 1993, the country was split into the Czech Republic and the Slovak Republic. The Czech language is not the only one spoken. Since there is a considerable Slovak minority and the two languages are mutually intelligible, you may also hear Slovak spoken, particularly in the larger cities. Beer as we know it today (or pivo, as it’s known in the Czech Republic) was developed in that nation (in Plzen). The Czechs consume more beer per capita than any other country, so if you’re in the area, I highly recommend stopping by a traditional Czech bar for supper and a round or two.
Prague, the Czech capital, is known for its stunning Old Town. The Vltava River, populated with swans, is a perfect reflection of this magical city’s bridges, cathedrals, golden-domed towers, and church domes. Prague is a dynamic and exciting metropolis with enough nightlife, museums, galleries, restaurants, and festivals to keep you entertained.
Castle-studded Cesky Krumlov, Czech Republic, has a gorgeous historic core. In addition, it has been designated as a World Heritage site by UNESCO. The town, like Prague, is located on the Vltava River, teeming with Baroque architecture. The town seems like nothing has changed since the 18th century because of the careful upkeep and restoration of its historic structures.