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Camping de Regenboog enjoys a beautiful location in the north of the Czech Republic and is only 5 km from the border of Germany. The...

Only 2.5 km. from the E50 motorway, this well maintained site creates a peaceful, friendly base enjoyed by families. It has been family owned for...

Created from pleasant farm buildings and the fields behind them, Camping 2000 is especially popular with Dutch visitors. It is a good base for exploring...

Camp Drusus is a friendly, family site on the western edge of Prague. It provides a good base from which to explore this beautiful city...

Camping Aktief is a small, rural site on the outskirts of the village of Vernerovice. The campsite is close to the Polish border, east of...

Camping Oase Praha is an exceptional site, only five kilometres from Prague and with easy access. You can take the bus (from outside the site)...

This neat, well-maintained site offers a pleasant respite from the bustle of the city. Situated on the northern edge of Prague, it's a great place...

A peaceful, nature-oriented campsite, Kovarna stands in the grounds of a former pioneers’ camp in a beautiful river valley between densely forested hills. With an...

Autocamp Liberec is situated 100 km or so north of Prague, on the edge of the town near the sports ground. It's a suburban environment...

The caves of the Moravian Karst, the site of the battle of Austerlitz and the castles of Veveri, Pertstejn and Spillberk are all within easy...

This site is very close to the Vltava river, although you cannot see it, and there has been heavy flooding in the past. There are...

Away from larger towns, near the border with former East Germany, this is pleasant countryside with a wealth of Gothic and Renaissance castles. Žandov has...

Lipova Lazne is on the northern edge of the Hruby Jesenik area, a protected landscape in the shadow of Praded, Moravia’s highest mountain (1,491 m)...

Roznov pod Radhostem is halfway up the Roznovska Becva valley amidst the scenic Beskydy hills, which extend from North Moravia into Poland in the extreme...

Camping Chvalsiny is Dutch-owned and has been developed from an old farm into real camping fields which are terraced and level. The pitches are of...

Even non-drinkers probably know that Pilsen is famous for its beer (Pils) and is the home of the Skoda car factory. Camping Bilá Hora is...

Camping Bozanov is located in a very wooded area among the mountains of the Broumovské Steny, excellent for hiking and cycling. The marked trails lead...

This city site on the Cisarská Louka Island is about the closest campsite you can get to the centre of Prague. Right behind the site...

This is a truly idyllic spot, tucked away among fields and wildflower meadows with far-reaching views of wooded hills in the distance. At an altitude...

This small, well cared for site, owned and run by a Dutch family for 20 years, is in the part of the Czech Republic said...

Czech Republic

When most people think of the Czech Republic, they immediately think of Prague, its historic and enchanting capital. But while there’s every reason to discover this buzzing city, camping in the Czech Republic can offer a more laid back, scenic experience if you’re willing to find it.

The eastern region of Moravia borders Poland, Slovakia and Austria, and is characterised by the jagged peaks of mountain ranges such as the White Carpathians, which form its eastern boundary. The rolling countryside is peppered with small vineyards which can be explored by bicycle and the Moravian Karst region is a landscape steeped in myth that features some of the country’s most exceptional scenery. Boat trips run along the subterranean River Punkva, enabling you to explore the famous Macocha Abyss, a cavern 138m deep.

A trip to Prague is certainly worth the effort, even if you’re camping in the Czech Republic to get away from city life. Romantic and changeable, it is a cosmopolitan capital with numerous cultural influences that are most apparent in its diverse assortment of architectural styles, from Gothic and Rococo to Cubist. Sample traditional Czech cuisine such as Silesian pierogi, potato dough filled with pork crackling, sauerkraut or smoked meat, in one of the speciality restaurants and wash it down with a refreshing beer.

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