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  • Camping 2000
    Czech Republic, North Bohemia, Severocesky, Januv Dul

    Created from pleasant farm buildings and the fields behind them, Camping 2000 is...

    Included in our guides:
    2019, 2016, 2015
  • Camping Aktief
    Czech Republic, East Bohemia, Kralovehradecky, Vernerovice

    Camping Aktief is a small, rural site on the outskirts of the village of Vernerovice....

    Included in our guides:
    2019
  • Camping Hana
    Czech Republic, South Moravia, Jihomoravsky, Veverska Bityska

    The caves of the Moravian Karst, the site of the battle of Austerlitz and the castles...

    Included in our guides:
    2019, 2016, 2015
  • Camping Bilá Hora
    Czech Republic, West Bohemia, Zapadocesky, Plzen

    Even non-drinkers probably know that Pilsen is famous for its beer (Pils) and is the...

  • Camping Dlouhá Louka
    Czech Republic, South Bohemia, Jihocesky, Ceské Budejovice

    The medieval city of Ceské Budejovice is the home of Budweiser beer and is also an...

    Included in our guides:
    2016, 2015, 2014
  • Camping Dolce Vita
    Czech Republic, North Bohemia, Vychodocesky, Trutnov

  • Camping Kovarna
    Czech Republic, South Bohemia, Vysocina, Cervená Recice

    A peaceful, nature-oriented campsite, Kovarna stands in the grounds of a former...

  • Camp Sokol Troja
    Czech Republic, Central Bohemia, Prague, Praha 7

    This site is very close to the Vltava river, although you cannot see it, and there has...

    Included in our guides:
    2016, 2015, 2014
  • Cisarská Louka Caravan Park
    Czech Republic, Central Bohemia, Prague, Praha 5

    This city site on the Cisarská Louka Island is about the closest campsite you can get...

  • Camping U Dvou Orechu
    Czech Republic, West Bohemia, Zapadocesky, Janovice

    At an altitude of 1,700 feet, this small, quiet site sits in the centre of a beautiful...

  • Eurocamping Bojkovice S.R.O.
    Czech Republic, South Moravia, Jihomoravsky, Bojkovice

    This family site in Bojkovice, close to the Slovak border and with views across the...

    Included in our guides:
    2016, 2015, 2014
  • Autocamping Morava
    Czech Republic, North Moravia, Severomoravsky, Mohelnice

    This is an interesting area of contrasts – heavy industry, fertile plains and soaring...

  • Camp Prager
    Czech Republic, Central Bohemia, Prague, Praag 4

  • Autocamping Ostende Bolevec
    Czech Republic, West Bohemia, Plzen/Maly Bolevec, Pilsen

    Autocamp Ostende lies on the edge of Plzeň, on the banks of Velký bolevecký rybník,...

  • Camping Stanowitz
    Czech Republic, West Bohemia, Zapadocesky, Mariánské Lázne

    The town of Mariánské Lázne (better known among westerners as Marienbad) is an...

  • Camping Roznov
    Czech Republic, North Moravia, Severomoravsky, Roznov pod Radhostem

    Roznov pod Radhostem is halfway up the Roznovska Becva valley amidst the Beskydy hills...

    Included in our guides:
    2013, 2012
  • Camping Vidlak
    Czech Republic, South Bohemia, Vysocina, Opatov na Morave

    Bordering a quiet lake in a peaceful valley, Camping Vidlak is an island of space with...

  • Autocamping Karvánky
    Czech Republic, South Bohemia, Jihocesky, Sobeslav

    This good site is owned by the local auto club and managed by enthusiastic volunteers....

  • Camping Chvalsiny
    Czech Republic, South Bohemia, Jihocesky, Chvalsiny

    Camping Chvalsiny is Dutch owned and has been developed from an old farm into real...

    Included in our guides:
    2016, 2015, 2014
  • Camping Horjany
    Czech Republic, Central Bohemia, Stredocesky, Breznice

    The Dutch owners, the de Baans, have developed this site on an old farm. The location...

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Camping in the Czech Republic

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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