Discover Central Europe
Central Europe with special vibes, rich cultural, historical and gastronomic gems is a special region for your holiday plans. Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia share common roots and traditions – being safe and colourful destinations at the same time. Explore Central European cultural roots, UNESCO gems, marvelous castles, manor houses, tempting gastronomy and wine, water reservoirs with many SPA and wellness possibilities!
Central Europe is well reachable with flights from many European cities, USA, Canada, China, Middle East and South Korea. Find international airports in Prague, Budapest, Warsaw and Bratislava to navigate your way to Central Europe.
It’s surprisingly easy, quick and comfortable to travel by train in Central Europe. Czech republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia are well connected by railway transport with most important nodes in capital cities Prague, Budapest, Warsaw and Bratislava.
Driving can be an enjoyable way to explore the central European countryside and cities. It is required to buy a vignette for driving on highways. Most roads are two-lane, apart from motorways. Car rentals are also available at international airports in Prague, Budapest, Warsaw and Bratislava.
Cycle through Central Europe. Central Europe is crossed by several important European Eurovelo cycle routes. Eurovelo 4 – the Central Europe route connects several cities. Amazing medieval architecture, lively and at the same time historic cities await you.
Central European International Airports
International airports in Prague, Budapest, Warsaw and Bratislava connect Central Europe with other destinations in Europe, USA, Canada, Middle East, China and South Korea.
The Czech Republic’s currency is the Czech koruna or Czech crown (Kč / CZK). The forint is the currency of Hungary. Polis złoty is the currency used in Poland. Slovakia is a member of the European Economic and Monetary Union and adopted the euro.
|Czech Republic||Czech koruna||CZK|