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Czechia is gaining popularity as a destination for golfers. The largest domestic golf destination 55 HOLES Golf Destination in the Moravian-Silesian Region is now attracting them
18. 04. 2024

Czechia is gaining popularity as a destination for golfers. The largest domestic golf destination 55 HOLES Golf Destination in the Moravian-Silesian Region is now attracting them

Czechia is strengthening its potential as a European golf destination. Golf tourism is one of the major sources of income in the tourism industry. Golf is gaining popularity among both domestic and foreign tourists. In this respect, Czechia can offer fun for the whole family. The position of the clear leader in Eastern Europe is currently confirmed by the opening of the largest golf destination in the country - 55 HOLES Golf Destination, which was created by connecting two golf resorts Prosper Golf Resort Čeladná and Golf & Ski Resort Ostravice. Read more…

Monuments in Czechia are among the main drivers of tourism
18. 04. 2024

Monuments in Czechia are among the main drivers of tourism

In the past year, 43% of foreigners and 36% of domestic travellers visited a cultural site in the Czechia. Castles and chateaux are the most frequently visited. The most popular monuments are those in Prague, where visitors also spend the most on this activity. Among foreign visitors, sights in the Czechia are most often visited by travellers from the USA, France, Spain and Italy. Read more…

Czechia has a lot to offer in the field of gastrotourism. After beer, we have the potential to gain fame abroad thanks to good and quality food
14. 04. 2024

Czechia has a lot to offer in the field of gastrotourism. After beer, we have the potential to gain fame abroad thanks to good and quality food

Czech gastronomy is ready for demanding clients and local restaurants, cafes, pastry shops and other establishments have something to offer not only to creditworthy clients. In the framework of the upcoming cooperation with the world-famous Michelin Guide culinary guide, there is further scope to boost this area within Czechia and attract a higher number of creditworthy clients from abroad to the country, as well as to support regions outside the capital. Read more…

Top promotional agencies focused on a unified Czech brand
9. 04. 2024

Top promotional agencies focused on a unified Czech brand

On 28 March, the House of Foreign Cooperation (DZS) hosted the first ever meeting of promotional agencies. The aim was to follow up on the work of the Commission for the Unified Presentation of the Czechia Abroad managed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The invitation of the DZS was accepted by the leaders of the Czech Centres, the National Sports Agency and the agencies CzechInvest, CzechTourism and CzechTrade. Read more…

Czechia as a unique country created for lovers of exercise and spa comfort. CzechTourism's foreign campaign begins
8. 04. 2024

Czechia as a unique country created for lovers of exercise and spa comfort. CzechTourism's foreign campaign begins

This year's key campaign of the CzechTourism agency "Unexpected Wellbeing" will show foreign tourists how to play sports, relax and unwind while travelling. It builds on the original and imaginative visual "Unexpected Traditions" from 2023, which was praised by experts, and takes the theme of active tourism into an unconventional form, fine-tuned in cooperation with the regions. The goal? To attract as many travellers as possible from all over the world to the Czech Republic. The original visuals, which without clichés present the main themes of possible active or spa holidays in the Czech Republic, were prepared for CzechTourism by the creative agency VCCP. Read more…

Czechs' spring holidays - domestic destinations and active recreation prevail
27. 03. 2024

Czechs' spring holidays - domestic destinations and active recreation prevail

A total of 56% of Czechs plan to spend their spring holidays in the Czech Republic this year. Most often in South and Central Bohemia. On average, they will stay six days in their place of stay. Their main leisure activity is relaxation with lighter sports activities and visiting cultural sights. On average, they plan to spend CZK 6,713 per person over the whole period. 42% of Czechs are going abroad in spring. On the other hand, about a third of Czechs do not plan a spring holiday at all. This results from the current survey of the Czech Tourism Centre - CzechTourism. Read more…