The Czech Republic has numerous unique facets to it. The cities and towns, notably Prague the capital, Karlovy Vary the spa town, Cesky Krumlov an architecture and heritage delight, and Kutna Hora lend abundant character. This combined with the various historical events make for a getaway destination filled with charm, relaxation, fun, and character.

Golf in the Czech Republic is all about experiencing  the game against the backdrop of historical sites and breathtaking natural settings.The best golf courses with the highest standard of services can be found around the capital, in the West Bohemian spa triangle and North Moravia. The Prague area itself has around 10 world class courses, including the great signature of Czech Golf – The Karlstejn Golf Resort, where the fairytale like medieval Karlstejn castle is a ubiquitous backdrop. 

With its incredible value for money, multiple cultural possibilities and sightseeing, Czech Republic golf is a combination of memorable golf with great sightseeing options and activities at high  service levels. Food, drinks, theatre, opera, shopping, nightlife, wineries, breweries, wellness and spa centers…the list goes on…add to it the beer!…and Czech Republic is a must go destination for golfers and non golfers alike. 

Read up information on this page and all associated links for more on the Czech Republic as a golf destination. The content will serve as your Golf Travel Guide to the Czech Republic and make for easy trip planning. 

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The most picturesque historical towns are Prague, Litomerice, Cesky, Krumlov, Kutna Hora, Tabor & Telc. It is also worth it to see the Karlstejn Castle and the Konopiste Chateau.

In Prague itself, there are numerous sights like the Prague Castle, the Charles Bridge, the Old Town, etc that will take you back to a different time. Visitors should definitely also sample and enjoy the restaurants, bars, and nightlife in Prague.


GETTING THERE: Prague, the capital of Czech Republic has an international airport and is well connected to both long haul destinations and within Europe as well

By Road & Rail: Prague is well connected both by road & by rail to the cities in Europe. As it is part of the Schengen countries, you can easily visit the Czech Republic and travel to the interesting countries adjacent such as Austria, Hungary, Germany and so on. 

CURRENCY: Czech Coruna (CZK) | Avg Currency Value: 1 USD = 24 CZK (Currency Converter)

VISA: Most visitors need a visa to enter Czech Republic. Czech Republic joined Schengen in 2007 and therefore, when you receive the Schengen Visa from the Czech Republic Embassy or already have a Schengen Visa from another member country, you will be able to freely transit and visit any of the member countries like Austria, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Portugal, Spain and so on.