Czech Republic Archive

Latest Posts

travel story walking in Tasmania

Traveling Through Burma, Bohemia, Tasmania, and the Deep South

We took a little break on Perceptive Travel last month with new material and instead did a retrospective with five “best travel writing” award winners from the past year and a half. Now we’re back with stories from near and far.
czech beer is a bargain

Good Beer at Bargain Prices in the Czech Republic

There are plenty of places around the world where you can buy cheap-tasting beer for cheap, but if you want to drink well without spending lots of dollars or euros, head straight to the Czech Republic. There you’ll be in sudsy
Bohemian Switzerland National Park in the Czech Republic

From Prague to Narnia: Exploring Bohemian Switzerland in the Czech Republic

Imagine riding a couple hours from tourist-packed Prague and hiking in a landscape that looks like it came right out of The Chronicles of Narnia. It’s not a dream: you can easily do it by heading north to Bohemian Switzerland in
travel prices in Prague - St. Charles Bridge

Travel Prices in Prague, Czech Republic

When I published this guest post on the price of travel in Prague three years ago, I had never been there. I skipped right over it and went to Moravia for a biking trip on my first Czech trip and never
village on the Uyuni Salt Flat of Bolivia

It’s Not Hard to Escape the Travel Crowds

It’s nothing new to read articles complaining how overrun some places have become (like Ankor Wat and Machu Picchu, for instance). In this age of overtourism, where whole cities like Amsterdam and Venice are getting fed up, travelers often then make