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Attractions in Czech Republic
The Adršpach-Teplice Rocks is one of Europe's most bizarre landscapes. Very near the Czech-Polish border these strangely eroded sandstone outcrops are completely alien and fantastic to walk through.
East of Prague, near the city of Brno is the Moravian Karst region. This limestone plateau is riddled with caves and gorges, the most popular being along the Punkva river.
Prague is an extremely popular destination and justifiably so. The old centre is an amazing place, full of old elegant buildings in a variety of architectural styles.