Czechia is a landlocked country in Central Europe. It's not a large country but has a rich and eventful history. Czechia contains a vast number of architectural treasures and has beautiful forests and mountains to match. The countryside across Czechia is unspoilt and is dotted with many picturesque little villages.
Iconic landmarks of the landscape are castles. Often situated on top of the hill, from most of the castles you have a beautiful view to the countryside. Some of those castles are just ruins, but some castles are well-preserved with still old interiors and furniture. There are more than 2,000 castles and castle ruins and in Czechia. Wherever you are in Czechia, there will be some castle nearby.
The country has also an excellent and sophisticated system of trail blazing, marked trails are about everywhere. Choose an area, buy a hiking map for the area and go.
Although Czechia is a land-locked country, it does have a lot of nudist/naturist beaches near lakes. Full nudity on other beaches is also legal, but rare, and usually only happens in non-crowded places.
Prague is the capital and largest city of Czechia with a large and beautiful historic centre. The city's historic buildings and narrow, winding streets are testament to its centuries-old role as capital of the historic region of Bohemia. Prague lies on the banks of the beautiful, meandering Vltava River that reflects the city's golden spires and 9th century castle that dominates the skyline.
This historic atmosphere is combined with a certain quirkiness that embraces the entire city. From the Museum of Czech Cubism to the technicolour Jubilee Synagogue; the castle to the river, Prague is a Bohemian capital in every sense.
Cross-country skiing along frozen lakes and through pristine forest is possible in the Bohemian Forest, an unspoilt nature reserve in the south of Czechia. It's the most wooded nature reserve in Central Europe.