Bradt Guide to the Czech Republic

Bradt Guide to the Czech Republic

by Marc Di Duca
     
 

From its beautiful and bustling medieval capital to undulating countryside and snow-capped mountains, the Czech Republic is truly enchanting. Vibrant and varied, it is peppered with sleepy provincial towns, dramatic hilltop castles and unspoilt woodland--offering rich rewards for those visitors willing to look beyond the much-loved Prague.

 

Marc Di Duca

Overview

From its beautiful and bustling medieval capital to undulating countryside and snow-capped mountains, the Czech Republic is truly enchanting. Vibrant and varied, it is peppered with sleepy provincial towns, dramatic hilltop castles and unspoilt woodland--offering rich rewards for those visitors willing to look beyond the much-loved Prague.

 

Marc Di Duca guides you expertly and enthusiastically through a country he knows inside out. Discover elegant spa towns, deep pine forests and alpine meadows. Whether you wish to hike through the wilds of the Sumava National Park, savor the wines of South Moravia or revel in Prague's heady nightlife, Bradt's Czech Republic is the perfect travel companion.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781841621500
Publisher:
Bradt Publications UK
Publication date:
06/28/2006
Series:
Bradt Travel Guide Series
Pages:
344
Product dimensions:
5.54(w) x 8.28(h) x 0.71(d)

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Meet the Author

Marc Di Duca has lived in the former Czechoslovakia for ten years. Initially going there to tutor Czechs in English, he became fascinated with all aspects of the country. He has recently been working for the Czech Tourist Authority in London but intends to return to Bohemia to study Czech language and literature in Prague's University.

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