Czech Republic

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Holiday Home Czech Republic

Holiday homes and apartments in the Czech Republic can also be rented through Interhome. Above you will find more than 100 different types of accommodation, for example detached houses in Prague.

General information

The Czech Republic is located in the middle of Europe. Neighbouring countries are Germany, Poland, Slovakia and Austria. Previously the western part of the Czech Republic belonged to Czechoslovakia, but since 1993 the Czech Republic has been an independent country.

Six years later the Czech Republic joined NATO and in 2004 the European Union. Five years later, a representative from the Czech Republic even became the first president of the EU.

The climate

Areas in the Bohemian valleys (a region that covers about two thirds of the Czech Republic, the rest is covered by Moravia and Silesia) have a low precipitation rate. Other areas in this region, however, have a more unstable climate.

The wind is not as strong and there is a lot snowfall, especially in the mountain areas. In the lower areas snow and rain can alternate. Around January the temperature varies from about -6 °C in the mountain areas to slightly below freezing in the lower cities, such as the capital Prague.

In summer, temperatures can exceed 30 °C in the Czech Republic. In the mountains, however, the average temperature is only around 11°C. From October the average temperature generally drops again, towards below 10°C.


As mentioned earlier, the Czech Republic has joined the EU. However, the country has not yet switched to the Euro. The Czech Republic still has its own currency, called the Koruna (CZK) or the Czech Crown.

All banks in the Czech Republic are part of major foreign banks, so you do not have to worry about accessing this facility whilst awayt. Currently, € 1,- is about 25,35 Kroner.

The exchange rate has generally always been fairly stable, but since April 2017 the euro has fallen considerably against the Crown. To easily convert prices in the Czech Republic to Euro and estimate how expensive something is, do the following.

Multiply the amount in CZK by 4 and divide by 100. You see a nice souvenir for 150 CKZ and you want to know how much this is actually in Euro. You do 150 x 4 = 600, dividing by 100 = 6 Euro.

Sights Czech Republic

Many people think that other than Prague there is nothing else of interest in the Czech Republic. But nothing could be further from the truth!. Of course it has to be said, the historical centre of Prague is something you just have to see. Rent a house in Prague with Interhome!

But the Czech Republic has much more to offer. There are no less than eleven other sights on the UNESCO World Heritage List. This list includes cultural and natural heritage that is of unique and universal value to humanity and future generations, namely:

  • The historical centre of Český Krumlov
  • The historic centre of Telč
  • The historical centre of Kutná Hora
  • The Pilgrim Church of St. John of Nepomuk in Žďár nad Sázavou
  • The cultural landscape of Lednice-Valtice
  • The historic village of Holašovice
  • The gardens and castle of Kroměříž
  • The castle of Litomyšl
  • The column of the Holy Trinity in Olomouc
  • Villa Tugendhat in Brno
  • The Jewish Quarter and Basilica of St. Procopius in Třebíč

Not included in the World Heritage List, but also highly recommended are The Giant Mountains.

Holiday house Czech Republic

On the border between the Czech Republic and Poland is one of the largest mountains in the world. 60 kilometres long and twenty kilometres wide, the Giant mountains more than live up to their name.

In the Giant Mountains there is one of the largest National Parks in Europe, the Krkonoše National Park.

Do not hesitate and book your holiday home in the Czech Republic now!

The Giant Mountains is well worth a visit, especially in winter. The mountains are a popular holiday destination amongst winter sports enthusiasts. The area has no less than twelve ski areas.

For example, near the ski area Špindlerův Mlýn there are many slopes and a ski school, also for children.

Curious about a holiday in the Czech Republic? Book your holiday property or apartment in this fascinating country now.

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It has never been easier to find your perfect holiday. Do you want to explore new travel destinations? There is no better way than doing it in a holiday home: Enjoy "la dolce vita" in Italy, feel the charming lifestyle of the French Riviera or the Spanish way of life. Be inspired by our travel ideas and book online - quick, easy, and secure with Interhome.

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Your stay in a holiday house or a holiday apartment offers plenty of advantages: spend your time exactly as you want. No disturbance from other guests or hotel staff, just spend your holiday according to your own rules. Whether you are looking for a city trip, a relaxing holiday with your family or with friends. Simply enjoy lots of room, flexibility and freedom in your holiday home.