Czechia

Since the fall of Communism in the late 1980s, The Czech Republic has risen to become one of Europe’s most popular tourist magnets. It’s history is grand and everywhere, with sumptuous chateaux and soaring, turreted castles and chateaux popping-up in villages, towns and cities. For timeless, vibrant folk culture, head to South Bohemia and Moravia. Here, communities deck themselves out in traditional garb, bring out a host of musical instruments and, accompanied by wine and world-famous beer, show the world how to party old-school style.