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TWhere to go sledding from Prague in a rented car. Tips for a trip by car during COVID-19 lockdown. Today we want to introduce you a list of locations where you can enjoy sledding. Book car in RUNWELL and go on!

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Recharge your batteries somewhere by the water in Czech Republic! There are no sea here, that is true. But you will find endless amount of lakes, rivers, ponds and dams! 

We have selected 9 places near wather for you, which are cool and picturesque, and you will surely enjoy the trip.

Save this post and rent a car to visit some of the places this weekend or any other time. 

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Now is the best time to go to Mikulov, the capital of czech wine place. This rout is 250 km from Prague by car, almost near Austrian border. This travel is good tip for weekend, because in September there are wine festivals all over Morava.

So, take a car in our car rental company in the prague downdown, book a nice hotel in Pavlov or Mikulov and discover wine Czech Republic!

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Another nice idea, when to go to nature for one day.

It is only 150 km from Prague by car. You can book the car from 8.00 till 20.00 and visit the most beautiful places of two countries - Czech Republic and Germany. Spend the whole day in nature!

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So, you have four hours and a desire to see the real Czech Republic, unforgettable by thousands of tourists. Our advice to rent a car in Prague downtown and after 40 minutes find yourself in one of the prettiest towns in the Usti region.

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Beer Poztřižin is the example of a small Czech brewery, then the quality and tradition in the first place. It is not very far from Prague, but nice idea for one day trip by car to middle Czech region. Book the car in RUNWELL car rental comany and go to walk Nymburk's brewery and surroundings.

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First point all recommended is Velke Popovice brewery. Hire a minivan in Prague and go out for interesting excursion program for big company. 

It is only 28 km from RUNWELL's office in the centre of Prague. The adress is Ringhofferova 1, 251 69 Velké Popovice. What awaits you on a brewery tour?

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In the Czech Republic was opened a unique world - HELL, which is unprecedented in Europe and elsewhere in the world. You can find it near Hlinsko v Čechách in the village Čertovina. Choose and rent a car in RUNWELL, Prague, and go out! 

It is an extraordinary building that extends to a depth of 12 meters below the ground, where there are hundreds of meters of corridors and caves, and then heads to the sky eight meters.

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Czech mountain resorts promise a lot of fun in the snow for everyone. You can look forward to new ski lifts, slopes, restaurants as well as a ski mountaineering centre.

Winter is coming and with it the question of what mountains to go to in winter by renting car? To make the decision-making as easy as possible for you, we have prepared a list of the best Czech ski resorts where you can enjoy a whole assortment of novelties, in addition to quality ski slopes.

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Prague is a beer, of course. But ... the Czech Republic produces very good and interesting wines. If you didn’t know, there are Moravian wine tours to promote wines made in the Czech Republic! So, if you are no longer interested in beer, but you want to try something tasty, you can appeal to Morava.  Rent a car and go for 2-3 days to Mikulov or Pavlov, it's a couple of hours drive from Prague.

South Moravia is the most important wine region in Czeh Republic. Wine growing in this region has been reliably traced back to the Roman Empire period – the 2nd century AD.

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Znojmo – a marvellous, historic town in an imposing setting above the Dyje River.

The historic town centre with its numerous churches, all surrounded by mediaeval city walls, has preserved its Renaissance look and is full of crooked lanes, romantic views and picturesque nooks and crannies. Znojmo is also the centre of a well-known wine region, so why not take the time to sample some of the local produce?

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Pravčická Brána is the largest natural stone bridge on our continent and a natural monument of our country. It is considered the most beautiful natural form in Czech Switzerland and is the symbol of the entire area.
Its dimensions are remarkable, although when looking at it close up it seems bigger. The span of the arch at the bottom is 26.5 m, the height of the opening is 16 m, width 7-8 m, minimum thickness 3 m, and the surface area of the bridge is 21 m above its base.

From the point of entry into the area, well-maintained trails and a staircase diverge to individual lookout points from which we can observe Pravčická Brána itself and take in the impressive views of the nearby and far away surroundings.

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Prague Christmas markets are among the most popular in Europe. The beauty and atmosphere of the Advent Marketplace in the center of Prague was awarded by the prestigious US weekly US News & World Report. Staroměstské and Havelské Squares in the Old Town, Wenceslas Square and Republiky Square, Tyl Square, Namesti Miru and Holešovice Exhibition Grounds - these are places where Prague celebrates advent and Christmas.

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The Bozkov Dolomite Caves

Pirate’s Corridor, the spectacularly illuminated Hell, Robber’s Cave or the stalactite formations of shapes of colors named White Mouse, Elephant Ears, Rococo Dolls or Gingerbread Cottage – you can see all that on a visit to the longest dolomite cave in the Czech Republic. 

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Třebíč, the town of UNESCO monuments is situated in West Moravia, on the southeast tip of the Vysočina region. Třebíč lies on both banks of the river Jihlava. The beginnings of the town are connected to a remarkable Benedictine monastery which was founded by Moravian princes in 1101. Owing to the rich history of the town, visitors can admire a lot of valuable monuments; the most notable ones, the Basilica of St. Procopius , the Jewish Quarter and the Jewish Cemetery are included in the prestigious UNESCO’s list of world cultural and natural heritage.

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Сzech Republic is a magical country with a large number of castles, fortresses, ruins, throughout. Since the сountry is small, it is possible to reach many gorgeous fortresses and stately homes from the capital of Prague by train, bus or rented in the RUNWELL car

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February is traditionally the lowest month of the holiday season, but often attracts tourists with good prices on flights and accommodation. What to do in the Czech Republic in this period? Usually at this time in the Czech Republic is almost always overcast, spring and winter are fighting each other. And almost all castles in the Czech Republic closed at the end of October and work on weekends.

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Lednice neighbourhood has always been popular among people. First farmers lived there four thousands years ago. Hand-in-hand with invention of money and the opportunity to show wealth, the original fortress became a castle. It was 17th century but it seems that owners sympatized with local prehistoric inhabitants, because they built an artificial cave with stalactites. Some made from a plaster, some ripped in Moravia carst. At the end of 17th century a ridding-hall was build by a project of a famous architecter J.B.Fischer from Erlach. The ridding-hall is nowadays the oldest well-preserved building of the castle.

The first historical record of this locality dates from 1222. At that time there stood a Gothic fort with courtyard, which was lent by Czech King Václav I to Austrian nobleman Sigfried Sirotek in 1249.

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We offer you another interesting idea for weekend trips. Rent a car in RUNWELL and move in the direction czech mountain Rip, which is Mecca for czech people. 

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The castle in Old England style is situated not so far from UNESCO city Kutna Hora, this is 100 km from Prague by rented car.

The first mention of the castle dates to the 13th century. Today the castle žleby is famous for its large and interesting collection of military uniforms, a collection of leather Wallpaper, mosaics, stained glass Windows, antique lighting and furniture, as well as other interesting collections. Special mention deserve the collections of porcelain, glass and ceramics. In one of the galleries exhibited a collection of portraits of the 16th century.

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The route to Zelena Hora is 2 hours from Prague and 1 hour from Brno, but we recommend tо visit Tugendhat Villa in Brno. The pilgrimage Church of St. John of Nepomuk near the monastery in Žďár was built thanks to the longtime, close and immensely fruitful cooperation of two extraordinary people. The impulse was given by Václav Vejmluva, an abbot of the Cistercian monastery in Žďár, who was a proven devotee of John of Nepomuk before he was beatified as well as after he was canonized.

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Registrations in the UNESCO cultural heritage list are not bestowed lightly; there are less than a thousand in the whole world but you can find twelve of them in the Czech Republic. Apart from the historical centre of Prague, Český Krumlov, Kutná Hora and Telč these for example include the Functionalist Villa Tugendhat in Brno designed by the architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, the historical gardens and chateau in Kroměříž and the Pilgrimage Church of St. John of Nepomuk steeped in symbolism in Žďár nad Sázavou.

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A carnival festival will descend upon Český Krumlov between Saturday 25 and Tuesday 28 February 2017. For the entire four days inhabitants and visitors can enjoy a wonderful spectacle of the coloured masque procession, travelling jugglers and musicians, good food and drinks but also traditional carnival entertainment.

This year we will mark exactly 10 years since the first procession in Český Krumlov was held. On that occasion you can visit an exhibition of photographs and artefacts from the last 10th year of "carnival procession". This exhibition will be located in the school gallery in the Monasteries of Český Krumlov during February.

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Roudnice nad Labem is a small town on the left bank of the Labe (Elba) River. It has a population of approximately 13 500 and covers an area of 16,67 km². The town is situated near the site of Říp, notable for its connection with the legend of Praotec Čech. Hire a car in RUNWELL company and let's go!

Roudnice stone bridge was the third oldest stone bridge in Bohemia (after Judith bridge in Prague and Písek bridge) and it was built at the expense of Prague bishop Jan IV of Dražice, who probably got the idea of connecting the two Elbe banks during his stay at the Papal court in Avignon in the south of France, if not sooner. The building of the bridge was successfully completed in1340.

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Kutná Hora is located at a distance of 60 km from Prague. Taking a hire car in the center of Prague and visit this remarkable museum city, you have a good time and get pleasant memories of meeting new and interesting places of the Czech Republic.

At the time, Kutná Hora was the main wealth of the Czech land because the town was mined silver, and mined it in large quantities. The town was called a treasure trove of behind the scenes of Czechia and was raised to the second stage after Prague thanks to its untold riches. The city is a prime example of high-rise and gradual fading former glory.

In the city, you can see many sights and monuments of Gothic architecture.

The most famous of them are the Cathedral of St. Barbara (1388-1547) –

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The RUNWELL Rent a Car and Pilsner Urquell Brewery invites you to take a unique tour. You will experience adventure and entertainment in the historic cellars, learn about the brewing process and taste the excellent lager!

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Mariánské Lázně are romantic colonnades, charming pavilions, pleasant cafes and cozy hotels. The town is endowed with many healing mineral springs and revels in a unique atmosphere that attracts thousands of visitors every year who come to soak up this atmosphere. It is a place where history meets today and where a pleasant holiday means everything from spa relaxation through to actively participating in sports & walks and finally ending your day relaxing to a variety of entertainment programs. The first written record dates back to 1273, when there was a village of Úšovice. The springs first appear in a document dating from 1341 where they are called "the Auschowitzer springs" belonging to the Tepl Abbey. The place obtained its current name of Marienbad in 1808; became a watering-place in 1818, and received its charter as a town in 1868.

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Franzensbad was founded April 27, 1793 as a Village of Emperor Franz and in 1807 they were officially recognized name Franzensbad. They are named after the Emperor Francis I., who is considered the founder.
From the initial rural bath with one - Františkovy spring, wooden colonnade, several spa houses a Social house very quickly became one of the most popular European spas.
The original street village with today's National class in the form of spa promenade has been extended for another three parallel roads and became the appearance of the city. To create a truly spa environment, surrounded františkolázeňští today's historic center by a wide belt of English parks, which should give the village form of garden city. All new streets led every circuit of greenery and created one of the most beautiful spa towns in Europe -   created a bath in the sea parks and woodlands.

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Bořená Hora is the diving place near Prague, in the district Stetkovice. Old quarry and springs created nice location for relaxation. If you like to dive and are pressed for time - use this diving station for short-term submersion.

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The most popular sandstone rock town in the Bohemian Paradise is situated about 10 km northwest from Jicin and near 60 km from Prague.

You can rent a car in the center of Prague in RUNWELL and go to this part of Bohemian Paradise.

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Karlovy Vary (Carlsbad) is the most famous spa town in the Czech republic. A lot of people love it for its unique multi-layered architecture that adds to the atmosphere of peace and comfort.

The town is famous for its 12 thermal mineral springs as well as for the so-called “13th spring” Becherovka, mineral water Mattoni, traditional wafers and Moser crystal.

A most picturesque highway R6 connects Prague and Karlovy Vary. The surrounding hill forests are particularly beautiful in autumn when the leaves fade into different colors and opalesce in the sun. In spring and summer the fields along the highway please the eye with their herbs and may even surprise you with passing by hares and roe deer. An important stop on the way to Karlovy Vary is Krušovice Brewery.

If you are renting a RUNWELL car for a trip around picturesque places in the Czech republic, have a look at the must-visit list of sights for you.

1. Loket Castle

Apart from being one of the oldest historical stone castles in the Czech lands, it is also known as a location in the James Bond movie Casino Royale. Loket Castle was a hunting residence for the Luxembourg dynasty. It is very easy to remember the year of its foundation – 1234 – but the name of the architect remains unknown to public.

After you have managed to see the castle and to enjoy the medieval atmosphere, we highly recommend you to visitSvatošské scaly (Svatoš Rocks) 6 km from Loket. The high rocky pillars look absolutely astonishing, especially with all those rock-climbers hanging on them all throughout the year. 

2. Bečov Fortress upon the River Teplá

The fortress was originally intended to be a service building for collecting taxes and protecting the town from foreigners in the 1300s. However, it eventually became a fine sample of medieval architecture. The castle chapel of the Visitation of Holy Mary is particularly noteworthy being decorated with mural paintings from the 15th century. In the castle Bečov nad Telou you will find St. Maurus reliquary that was made in the 11th century as a container for John the Baptist’s, St. Maurus’s and St. Timothy’s relics.

3. Doubská hora – Aberg

Doubská hora (Aberg is its modern name) is a perfect viewing platform. The watchtower overlooks the Ore Mountains (Krušné hory), the Doupov Mountains (Doupovské hory), part of Slavkov forest (Slavkovský les), the ruins of Andělská hora castle as well as Diana and Goethe watchtowers.

4. Karlovy Vary race track

The racetrack was constructed in 1899 and still is a place of the brightest emotions – from the favorites’ victories to black horses’ triumphs. The best Austro-Hungarian racetrack is absolutely worth visiting if for the time being the royal horse races in the UK are distant future for you.

5. Teplá monastery

The story of the foundation of the monastery is associated with the Third Crusade initiated by Henry VI.

It was founded in 1193 by a Bohemian nobleman Hroznata. He ran the monastery at that time and was engaged in its development and enrichment. Once he was taken prisoner by robbers who demanded ransom for his release. Hroznata, however, did not allow the abbot to pay the ransom, died in prison and was beatified by the Church. Today Teplá monastery belongs to the Premonstratensian Order.

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Prague (Praha) – Konopiště – Červená Lhota – Hluboká nad Vltavou – Český Krumlov

No trip to the Czech republic is complete without a visit to Český Krumlov. The town is listed among UNESCO World Heritage Sites, and there is no overestimating this small town with its beautiful castle that is one of the best sights in the Czech republic. We recommend you not to put off the trip there, but rather rent a RUNWELL car and go on this fascinating journey into the Middle Ages.

The Vltava River, being a most important trade route for the whole Bohemia in the past, makes three fancy turns flowing across Český Krumlov. The foundation of the town dates back to the 13th century, and since that time a lot of outstanding people have been its landlords or residents – the emperors Rudolph II and Ferdinand II, Julius Caesar of Austria, a maniac and schizophrenic, who nearly killed his mistress and was constantly bursting into aggression, and several rich and influential European families – the Rosenbergs, the Eggenbergs and the Schwarzenbergs (who possessed the castle till 1945).

It is a 180 km (110 miles) ride from Prague to Český Krumlov, and you can make this trip fascinating as well by renting a car and stopping at some interesting places on your way.

Just 50 km (31 miles) from Prague, there is a famous castle Konopiště founded in the 13th century, which played an important role in the Hussite Wars. Having been ravaged by the Swiss, the castle was bought by Franz Ferdinand d’Este, an heir to the Austro-Hungarian throne. He ordered to have the castle rebuilt and equipped with a shooting range and several hunter’s halls filled up with Franz Ferdinand’s own trophies. Apart from stuffed animals, you can also find an arms collection in the endless castle halls in Konopiště. Franz Ferdinand, however, fell victim to bloodiness – he died as a result of assassination committed by Gavrilo Princip, which marked the beginning of the 1stWorld War.

We highly recommend visiting the castle of Červená Lhota, close to a small town Jindřichův Hradec, that is 75 km (46 miles) from Konopiště on the way to Český Krumlov. The castle is known for the color of its walls and its somewhat bloodthirsty history. It was originally built white and looked like a gingerbread house. Once a beautiful princess, who lived in the castle, decided to commit suicide – either out of boredom or after failure in love. On second thought, already falling down, the princess decided she wanted to stay alive and tried to catch hold of the wall. However, she didn’t succeed and left a trail of blood on the gingerbread walls. No matter how hard they tried, people couldn’t neither wash it off nor paint it over with white paint. So they decided to paint the walls red and, for the sake of lightness, made a hedge maze in the garden of Červená Lhota, which you can enjoy on your way to Český Krumlov.

Hluboká nad Vltavou is another place worth visiting on the route from Prague to Český Krumlov. It is a 50 km (31 miles) ride from Červená Lhota. The magnificent gothic castle is situated on an 89-meter (292-feet) high cliff and has 140 rooms, 11 towers, 2 courtyards, a greenhouse, stables and a beautiful botanical garden full of rare plants, with its own system of ponds.

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The Lipno Dam is a dam and hydroelectric plant constructed along the Vltava River in the Czech Republic.


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