Our Best Campsites In Czech Republic
At Praha Klanovice you are well placed to enjoy a visit to the wonderful city of Prague, whilst enjoying the peace and fresh air of a camping holiday. Perched on the edge of the Klánovice-Čihadla Nature Park, this 4* campsite is ideal for mixing day trips to the city with easy outdoor pursuits. At the site, guests can enjoy two swimming pools, a playground, plenty of sporting activities and above all, beautiful surroundings.
Campsite Prima offers a scenic riverside setting, close to the fascinating town of České Budějovice and is ideal for families seeking a holiday in the heart of nature. A cosy and compact destination with friendly staff, Prima provides guests with an excellent base for cycling and hiking day trips to North Bohemia.
Things to do in while camping in Czech Republic
A truly memorable camping holiday in Czech Republic awaits those who decide on this underrated central European destination, where stirring landscapes provide the setting for amazing and unforgettable moments.
With beauty emanating from rolling green hills, spectacular low mountains, valleys cut by meandering rivers, natural springs and captivating woodland, you have all the ingredients for awesome outdoors pursuits. Head to the rocky peaks of the Carpathian Mountains and Krkonoše for challenging hikes, or seek out enchantment at Bohemian forests to enjoy an easier amble, with equally lush scenery.
There are numerous national parks to explore, each displaying their own unique and rich natural beauty. We’d recommend a visit to the Moravian Karst, where you can delve deep into awe-inspiring caves and discover underground rivers by boat. Above grounds, the aptly named Czech Paradise is a wonderful park with waymarked routes, winding trails and the chance to spot flora & fauna.
The striking natural landscapes are broken up by medieval towns and villages that immediately transport you back a few hundred years. Take the time to see folk tradition, proud culture and impressive architecture in these wonderful places.
A visit to the Czech Republic wouldn’t be complete without spending a day or two in the capital Prague, an intriguing city featuring gothic, baroque and renaissance architecture. Steeped in history, the “City of a Hundred Spires” has numerous tourist attractions and sightseeing opportunities. Spend time wandering the quaint cobbled streets of the Old Town Square and viewing the Astronomical Clock, before visiting Charles Bridge and the stunning Prague Castle. Other highlights include St. Vitus Cathedral, the Dancing House, Karlštejn Castle, the Kafka Museum and Waldstein Garden.