Czech trip

I just booked a 2 week trip to the Czech Republic later this year. Going to Prague, Cesky Krumlov, Ceske Budejovice, Brno and Ostrava, in that order. What should I do other than drink beer and wander around looking at nice buildings? Someone here recommended a fish restaurant in Trebon I want to try, and I think the christmas markets will be going, but otherwise I don't really have anything set in stone

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  1. 8 months ago
    Anonymous

    We got a castle or something every two miles, so if you're into that, you will have a blast.

    There isn't really much in terms of tourist amenities outside of Prague, but we got lots of things that I think are kinda nice overall for normal people living here. So if your country sucks, you might like those.

    • 8 months ago
      Anonymous

      I'm from the US so I appreciate your thoughtful architecture and public transportation, not to mention everyone pretty much keeps to themselves. I think I'm going to enjoy a few train rides on this trip, might even pay extra for 1st class seats

      • 7 months ago
        Anonymous

        >might even pay extra for 1st class seats
        idk why but this made me feel good. enjoy yourself anon life's too short to not get 1st class train seats. im also from the US and dream about going to Europe every day, hopefully i will be able to afford it soon

        hope you have a good time:)

        • 7 months ago
          Anonymous

          Frick yeah, that's the spirit. On my last trip in the Czech Republic I just bought the regular train seats and had a couple times where I had to sit in a compartment with obnoxious children for a couple hours, so I think the extra ~$10 for first class is worth it. A Euro trip can be way cheaper than you think and still be amazing.

          Also Observatory in Brno is where I brought my friends from abroad. You can first class experience for very little money. After 9 pm or so, you can even use their telescopes to watch planets and stars (in a group, for little fee, sadly Czech speaking but shall be fine).

          If you like wine, I would recommend a half day trip to south Moravia from Brno.

          In Brno, you can visit Kostnice u sv. Jakuba (one of the largest ossuaries in the world). If you like nature and caves, Macocha is pretty neat. We got in without reservation but if you know dates in Brno, make one ahead in case.

          Feel free to visit zoo independently. Nothing weird about it. You can do anything!

          Have fun.

          Awesome thank you for the recommendations, the observatory sounds especially interesting

          drink beer. if youre in prague, take the subway 20m out in any direction to get a local bar for better prices & less tourist trap experience

          Is there a student area or something? I like your idea but I don't want to end up in the old person part of town or the sketchy part

          • 7 months ago
            Anonymous

            I believe the uni is west, I went out there to a student bar. Nobody spoke much english & I not much czech but it didnt stop me from getting shitfaced with some lads. The beer is so cheap everyone buys everyone.

  2. 8 months ago
    Anonymous

    Anyone else?

    • 8 months ago
      Anonymous

      The cities you're gonna be visiting are full of tourists, so if you're going alone, you get yourself a company quite easily.

      If you're into cooming, focus on impressionable libtard zoomie pussies from Prague/Brno. They will frick you just because you're from the states. Absolutely avoid paying for sex. Shit here is really nasty and unlike in Thailand, literally every prostitute here is on heavy drugs and mentall ill.

      • 8 months ago
        Anonymous

        Are they still full of tourists in early December? I was there in March last year and everything was basically empty.

        Where do you meet the impressionable libtard zoomie pussies? Is there some specific area in Prague and Brno where those types hang out or should I use a dating app?

        • 8 months ago
          Anonymous

          wasn't dead but wasn't really busy last decemeber.
          Can use Hinge but you'll get mostly foreigners as it's not available on CZ app store

          • 8 months ago
            Anonymous

            Interesting. So do Czech girls just not use dating apps?

            Christmas markets are fairly shite in the city, OK for some svařak maybe

            Svařak sounds pretty gud

            • 8 months ago
              Anonymous

              they use tinder seriously and you will find girls willing to go out with you there solely because you're foreign.

              i know you mentioned you've been here before but remember to eat at pubs (they have the best local food) which aren't in the center cause their prices are marginally lower (though you may have problems communicating in english (especially in Krumlov) and their menu selection isn't very big).

              other than that i recommend finding out if there are any galleries (or anything of that sort) open during your stay and paying them a visit. i like to visit them when zonked on shrooms. eitherway most fun should come from your tinder date(s).

              my favorite city would have to be Karlovy Vary because of the god tier spa resorts but you're not even going there whatever.

              you also asked if there are tourists even in december but sadly i don't know 🙁 i never ever go into the center. also stay away from gypsies.

              • 7 months ago
                Anonymous

                >eat at pubs
                Any particularly good ones you would recommend? I think I can get by speaking rudimentary Czech if needed

              • 7 months ago
                Anonymous

                Not the same guy but check out U Fleku's in Prague. Great beer, food, and vibe.

              • 7 months ago
                Anonymous

                The beer, food and vibe looks great but it seems a little expensive for Czech food? Maybe that's just Prague

              • 7 months ago
                Anonymous

                yes that is just prague...

                And ffs dont stop off in these "mini marts" all over prague if you wanna get a quick drink or snack because theyre all 3x more expensive (and whenever i had a quick look in one they all were ran by chinese which was interesting to see). The aldis/lidls/tescos are normal prices but usually a 10 or 15m walk from where youll be, or alot of metro stations have convenience stores with normal prices

                i prefer to go to albert (supermarket) because i think they are the cheapest and most healthy at the same time. going the extra mile to shop at the supermarket instead is definitely worth it. all of the little shops everywhere are run by the viets. during the ussr they sent a lot of vietnamese and ukrainians to czechia because they wanted to help educate them in a more developped city/area. ever since then the two biggest minorities are viets and uks (excluding gyppos).

                https://i.imgur.com/kqqFevD.jpg

                Is there anywhere to avoid? Is it weird for a single man to go to the zoo?

                going to the zoo is a great idea ! i love the zoo even when i go alone (as well as Karlstejn).

                >eat at pubs
                Any particularly good ones you would recommend? I think I can get by speaking rudimentary Czech if needed

                i usually ever go Kozel u Bohemky, but thats just because its close to the stadium (but the food there is still really good).

  3. 8 months ago
    Anonymous

    Christmas markets are fairly shite in the city, OK for some svařak maybe

  4. 8 months ago
    Anonymous

    I'm going in December. What should I do in prague?

  5. 8 months ago
    Anonymous

    My church has an upcoming mission trip to the Czech Republic. I've seen that only like 10% of the country is Christian. What's the general reception like for people coming over to do church work?

    • 8 months ago
      Anonymous

      It's one of the most atheist countries in the world, good luck lol

      https://i.imgur.com/PoUXkSJ.jpg

      I'm going in December. What should I do in prague?

      Eat goulash, drink beer

    • 7 months ago
      Anonymous

      99% people would take you as a funny non threatening crazie.. Nothing bad will happen to you, but do not wait any succes

    • 7 months ago
      Anonymous

      Saw JWs ser up at Cesky Krumlov kek

      Anyway could also check out karlstejn just outside prague. Nice photogenic place
      Also have lots of coins ready to pay for a fricking toilet everywhere

      • 7 months ago
        Anonymous

        And ffs dont stop off in these "mini marts" all over prague if you wanna get a quick drink or snack because theyre all 3x more expensive (and whenever i had a quick look in one they all were ran by chinese which was interesting to see). The aldis/lidls/tescos are normal prices but usually a 10 or 15m walk from where youll be, or alot of metro stations have convenience stores with normal prices

      • 7 months ago
        Anonymous

        And ffs dont stop off in these "mini marts" all over prague if you wanna get a quick drink or snack because theyre all 3x more expensive (and whenever i had a quick look in one they all were ran by chinese which was interesting to see). The aldis/lidls/tescos are normal prices but usually a 10 or 15m walk from where youll be, or alot of metro stations have convenience stores with normal prices

        >coins for the bathroom
        This is really good advice

        I also like the Billas and Kauflands I've been to, the bakeries usually have cheap, fresh stuff especially at the end of the day

      • 7 months ago
        Anonymous

        The toilet goblins lurking all over the place wasn't something I'd experienced before.

    • 7 months ago
      Anonymous

      >What's the general reception like for people coming over to do church work?
      If you dont bother us with your religion, you will be fine. Otherwise I feel my countrymen are not really receptive to trying to be converted.

  6. 8 months ago
    Anonymous

    Is there anywhere to avoid? Is it weird for a single man to go to the zoo?

    • 7 months ago
      Anonymous

      There are really no no-go zones in whole Czech Republic, except maybe two or three gypsy blocks somewhere in the north of republic.. It is not weird to go to zoo alone, just sad, but what can you do...

  7. 7 months ago
    Anonymous

    I've never had sex.

    • 7 months ago
      Anonymous

      same

  8. 7 months ago
    Anonymous

    I enjoyed the spa pool in the basement at the Boscolo hotel... There is something always beautiful about this italian group's propertoes like the amazing Etro toiletries, but the pretty green marble tiles in that pool were like a dream, with loungey jets and just stunning facility. the building itself was a former bank, so enjoy some wine in the old vault room in the lobby.

    One of the Mozart and Beethoven benefactors has a collection inside the Castle district in a private palace totally worth the tour.
    https://www.lobkowicz.cz/en/lobkowicz-palace

  9. 7 months ago
    Anonymous

    met a redhead on SighSee who lives in prague. talked about computers mostly and then she was too depressed to walk around. idk dont fall into the trap i did of trying to meet a prostitute here

  10. 7 months ago
    Anonymous

    tatras mountains

  11. 7 months ago
    Anonymous

    Finally getting round to going through my pics from Prague and I'm just remembering how hilariously out of place it looked that the Charles bridge museum had several black guys (exclusively black guys) dressed up as sailors selling boat tours

  12. 7 months ago
    Anonymous

    go to Hallstatt after cesky krumlov. only a few more hours and it’s worth the trip.

  13. 7 months ago
    Anonymous

    drink beer. if youre in prague, take the subway 20m out in any direction to get a local bar for better prices & less tourist trap experience

  14. 7 months ago
    Anonymous

    If you like wine, I would recommend a half day trip to south Moravia from Brno.

    In Brno, you can visit Kostnice u sv. Jakuba (one of the largest ossuaries in the world). If you like nature and caves, Macocha is pretty neat. We got in without reservation but if you know dates in Brno, make one ahead in case.

    Feel free to visit zoo independently. Nothing weird about it. You can do anything!

    Have fun.

    • 7 months ago
      Anonymous

      Also Observatory in Brno is where I brought my friends from abroad. You can first class experience for very little money. After 9 pm or so, you can even use their telescopes to watch planets and stars (in a group, for little fee, sadly Czech speaking but shall be fine).

  15. 7 months ago
    Anonymous

    Go get a pork knuckle. Make sure you are really hungry. here is a possible restaurant:
    https://www.porks.cz/

  16. 7 months ago
    Anonymous

    Litomysl castle might interest you, but depends if that is on the way for your travels.

  17. 7 months ago
    Anonymous

    Sad that you're not going to Karlovy Vary, it's a great places

    • 7 months ago
      Anonymous

      It's true, I've wanted to go for a while. My gf and I are planning a trip there next spring though, I think the weather will be much nicer

      Litomysl castle might interest you, but depends if that is on the way for your travels.

      I might be able to fit that in on my way back to Prague from Ostrava

      I believe the uni is west, I went out there to a student bar. Nobody spoke much english & I not much czech but it didnt stop me from getting shitfaced with some lads. The beer is so cheap everyone buys everyone.

      Sounds pretty great, how did you end up meeting the lads? Just randomly in the bar?

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