There are no more different neighbouring nations than the Poles and the Czechs. The Czechs are a small nation characterised by order, prudence, self-irony and it is the country with the highest number of ateists in Europe. This is the image held by the Poles who see themselves as opposite to the Czechs: a large country, an old-fashioned, romantic, too serious and religious nation. On the one hand, we are subjects of jokes and stereotypes for each other but on the other hand, the Poles love Czech literature, film and sense of humour. The authors and directors from the Czech Republic seem to be even more popular in Poland than in their home country. And to top it all, it has beautiful cities and towns which were not damaged in the WW II and which may be the object of jealousy for anyone who has visited this charming country at least once.
Travel outside Prague and see the stunning, medieval Bohemians towns, magnificent castles, churches, and gardens.more