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General Introduction

Czech Republic is divided into two geographic regions Bohemia and Moravia. The Czech Republic is still all things to all people. From the pulsing capital Prague to the back in time villages of Moravia, from toiling up mountains to lounging in spa, from the world - famous Pilsner to the streins of Smetana and Dvooak, there's an experience to suit every taste. Stunning architecture is not limited to Prague - there are plenty of Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque facades in other towns.


Fast Facts

  • Name of country: Czech republic
  • Capital: Prague
  • Currency: Czech koruna (1Czk = 3.25 Inr Approx)
  • Population: 10.51 million approx
  • Languages spoken: Czech
  • Religion: Czechs & Moravians



The climate differs markedly among the various regions of the czech republic, depending on the height above sea level. Generally speaking, the higher you are, average temperatures may drop more and rainfall is more likely. Many other factors also play a role in this - the border mountain ranges, for example, significantly influence ground-level air flow and rainfall.

Various height levels of the sun during the year cause the changing of the seasons, differentiated from each other mainly by the development of temperatures and precipitation. Similarly to the whole moderate northern band, the beginning of the year in the czech republic is also characterized by a cold winter. After this comes spring, followed by a warm summer and chilly autumn. The alternation of the seasons has a marked effect, above all on vegetation.

The weather at any given time may differ significantly from the long-term average. This variability of the weather is caused mainly by the changeable location and magnitude of two main pressure centers the icelandic low and the azores high. Mainly during the warm middle of the year, it can generally be said that expansion of the high pressure projection into our territory causes warmer and drier temperatures, whereas the icelandic low manifests itself with a greater number of atmospheric fronts, which bring more clouds and precipitation.

The climate of the czech republic can then be labeled as moderate, of course with great local diversity seen throughout the year. Further changeability then is up to the weather itself.

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