Over the past few decades, Prague has developed as an internationally popular holiday destination. By now it has become a distinctive starting point for a cycling holiday.
With good reason the city is renowned as a true gem as far as Medieval architecture is concerned. It has countless sights on offer including Prague castle with the Veits cathedral, the world famous Charles Bridge and of course the historically significant old town.
In these walls, influenced by the Romantic and Gothic period, many novelists have been at work. Gustav Meyrink let his Golem stroll, Kafka created his work 'The Verdict’ and 'Metamorphosis’ and Milan Kundera wrote 'The Unbearable Lightness of Being’ there. It would be a crime however to reduce the Czech Republic to only its capital, since the remaining country also has sights to offer, equal to the ones in the capital which can be easily visited during a cycling holiday. This is not least because of the Czech tourist association KCT, which since 1989 created an extensive network of cycle paths and who are still expanding it continuously.