1055 webcams - Czech Republic
Map with current shots 1055 of webcams. On the map you will find online cameras with information about weather, traffic, views of cities and nature from the Czech Republic. The cameras are sorted by regions and cities.
Are you going to ski in the Giant Mountains, Jizera, Eagle Mountains, Ore Mountains or Šumava? Are you attracted to rock towns in the Bohemian Paradise or in Adšpach? Watch the webcams and the weather will not surprise you.
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The most visited cameras in the last 24 hours - Czech Republic
Dvůr Králové nad LabemCzech Republic
Rokytnice nad JizerouCzech Republic
Prostřední BečvaCzech Republic
Loučná pod KlínovcemCzech Republic
Bystřice pod HostýnemCzech Republic
Nový BydžovCzech Republic
The Czech Republic was established on January 1, 1993 by the division of Czechoslovakia. The official name of the state according to the constitution is the Czech Republic. The Czech Republic is a democratic state located in the middle of Europe and is therefore a landlocked state and at the same time a state of the EUROPEAN UNION (EU). It borders Poland, Slovakia, Austria and Germany.
The Czech Republic has about 10.5 million inhabitants, of which Prague alone has about 1.3 million inhabitants. Prague is the capital of the Czech Republic and at the same time the political, administrative, economic and cultural center of the state. The most famous historical monuments in Prague are Charles Bridge, the National Theater, Prague Castle and Charles University. Other large cities in the Czech Republic are Brno - here are the most important monuments of Špilberk Castle, the Cathedral of St. Peter and Paul, Masaryk University and then the cities of Ostrava and Pilsen.
Do you love wild and untouched nature? Even in the Czech Republic, such places can be found. Staying in undisturbed nature offers you many beautiful locations in the Czech Republic. Tourists can spent holiday a diverse natural environment or they can visit many historic towns, villages with beautiful folk architecture, old castles and churches. The most popular castles (outside Prague Castle) include Český Krumlov, Lednice and Hluboká. Here are some tips for where to go on holiday or on a trip around the Czech Republic: You can see in Bohemia an impenetrable forest in Šumava, the Giant Mountains with the highest mountain Sněžka (1602 m), Ore Mountains, Jeseníky and Beskydy. Climbers can visit popular Prachovské rocks or Bohemian Switzerland with rock towns and interesting rock formations as well as many karst areas with numerous caves. The South Bohemian landscape with many ponds or the South Moravian area known for growing wines, which can be tasted in many wine cellars, is also popular with tourists.
There are well-known spas and mineral springs in the Czech Republic, the most famous of which are West Bohemian Karlovy Vary and Mariánské and Františkovy Lázně. A very attractive destination for tourists are also the Zoo in Zlín, Safari Park in Dvůr Králové or AquaPalace Prague and Aqualand Moravia. The capital city of Prague with its unique complex of historic buildings, museums is the most attractive destination for most tourists throughout the year. Prague Castle, the cable car to Petřín and the Prague Zoo are among the three most visited places in the Czech Republic. The Petřín lookout tower also reached the top ten most visited places. In Prague is also the most visited museum, it is the National Museum.
The Czech Republic offers another long list of remarkable listed towns and villages. Some of them are inscribed on the UNESCO list of cultural and natural heritage, there are a total of 11. They are: the historic center of the capital of Prague, Český Krumlov, Telč, Kutná Hora, the Church of St. Jan Nepomucký on Zelená hora near Žďár, the Lednice-Valtice area, the area of the Archbishop's chateau and Podzámecká garden in Kroměříž, the South Bohemian village of Holašovice, the Plague Column of the Holy Trinity in Olomouc and the Tugendhat villa in Brno.