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The UNESCO World Heritage City of Prague the city of 100 Towers enchants millions of visitors every year. Prague Castle, Gothic Charles Bridge or the palace gardens as landmarks of the city adorn many a calendar motif outside the Czech Republic.
The facets of the city can be explored particularly impressively during a boat trip on the picturesque Vltava. Shortly after Prague, more precisely in Melnik, the river joins the Elbe.
The borders to Poland, Germany, Austria, and Slovakia are clearly marked by low mountain regions. The wooded slopes of Šumava, Erzgebirge, Riesengebirge, and Altvatergebirge are the most important holiday regions of the country. The majestic peaks of the Giant Mountains rise to 1600m into the sky and are still today places of numerous myths and legends due to their wildness. So Rübezahl, the lord of the woods, is said to have helped the one or the other renegade find the right path. Picturesquely embedded between the steep southern slopes of the Ore Mountains and the mountains of the Kaiserwald lies the oasis of well-being, Karlsbad. A wide range of spa facilities, healing mineral springs and a fantastic landscape spoil stressed bodies and souls.