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The Czech Republic is a landlocked country in central Europe. The country is bordered by Germany to the west, Austria to the south, Slovakia to the east, and Poland to the north. The Czech Republic includes the historical territories of Bohemia, Moravia and a small part of Silesia. The Czech Republic’s capital and largest city is the culture-filled Prague; its center piece is an imposing castle. The Czech Republic comprises of medieval towns with fairytale castles, elegant spa resorts, and scenic national parks. This is also the birthplace of some of the world’s finest beer.
The principal industries in the Czech Republic are heavy machine building, iron and steel production, metalworking, chemical production, electronics, transportation, textiles, glass, brewing, china, ceramics, and pharmaceuticals. Its main agricultural products are sugarbeets, fodder roots, potatoes, wheat, and hops. Companies in this country include OKD – coal, Budweiser Budvar Kofola – beverages, Pilsner Urquell – brewery, Racom – electronics, and Skoda Auto - a subsidiary of Volkswagen Group. As a consequence of the many industries in the Czech Republic, you will find a great selection of offices to let.
Entertainment And Dining Out
The Czech Republic is home to numerous picture-perfect castles and country houses. These include the Disneyesque Karlstejn, imposing Konopiste, opulent Hluboka, and spectacular Vranov that sits perched atop a rock pinnacle. You can spend days simply visiting castles. Cesky Krumlov is a UNESCO World Heritage site, and is widely regarded as the Czech Republic’s prettiest town. Here you can wander the ramparts of its fairytale castle, stroll along the banks of the Vltava River, and lose yourself wandering its medieval back streets. Traditional Czech food consists of hearty meat dishes that show a clear influence from neighbouring Austria and Hungary. There is a wide selection of restaurants, beer taverns and wine cellars available, where you can find specialties such as Sví?ková - beef with a sour cream sauce. This is the national dish, typically served with cranberries and dumplings. Polevka - is a soup starter and comes in a variety of flavors including garlic and onion. Bramborak is a potato fritter flavored with garlic and herbs.
There are dozens of airports throughout the Czech Republic. The national airline is Czech Airlines. The Czech Republic forms part of the European InterCity Rail network. The most convenient routes to the Czech Republic from Western Europe are via Berlin, Cologne, Frankfurt, Nuremburg, Munich, Vienna, Würzburg and Zurich. The typical flight time from London to Prague is 2 hours and from New York to Prague is 8 hours.