Packages in Caslav
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Caslav Vacation Packages
Caslav Vacation Packages
Prague, the nation's capital, is situated roughly 45 miles to the west of Caslav.
Spend an evening watching the FC Hradec Králové play. Vsesportovni Stadium is 30 miles northeast of Caslav. If you want to endear yourself with the locals, wear white and black, the team colors.
Head 6 miles northwest to Kutna Hora, where you can explore Sedlec Ossuary and Church of St. Barbara.
To visit Old Jewish Cemetery, the Atlantis Theatre and Konopiste Chateau, travel west from Caslav for 30 miles to Benesov. Blanik Outlook Tower and Benesov Square are also good options if you're still looking for more.
Gratify your tastebuds in the region's many cafés and bars. Make sure you experience the local vibe and feast upon some traditional dishes.
Absorb the exciting culinary scene of the region and sample local favorites, often incorporating beef and cabbage.
SvíÄková na smetanÄ› (beef in cream sauce) and moravsky vrabec (pork stew) are specialty dishes you'll want to taste.
Sample ovocne knedliky (fruit dumplings) for a taste sensation popular in this area.
Ask for a Krusovice while you're in Central Bohemia. It is one of the area's best ales.
If you are on the hunt for a refreshing non-alcoholic beverage, be sure to try coffee.
Find a nice bar, have a chat with a couple of the local community members and sip on one of the well-known spirits in this area, Tuzemak.
Try a glass or two of Ryzlink rýnský (Rhine Riesling) or Frankovka (Blaufrankisch). These are some common wines in the region.
Getting your tongue around a few Czech phrases and expressions can often be the dividing factor between merely scratching the surface and a rewarding journey into the heart and soul of this region's culture. "Smím prosit?" is the Czech way to say "Would you liketo dance with me?" "Jak se jmenuješ?" ("What's your name?") is another one to know.
If you'll be in the area on the 28th of October, you should know that this day is a significant day of national celebration. It's called Czech Founding Day.
As your adventure draws to an end, you can bid "Ahoj" to Caslav, and take comfort in the fact that all the Czech korunas spent in this alluring location were well worth it.
For those who plan on arriving and departing by air, know that the closest airport is 50 miles to the west of Caslav.
Accommodation in Caslav
Expedia presently dosen't have any accommodation listings for Caslav, although, you'll discover rooms in Kutna Hora, which is 6 miles away. The most welcoming options in Kutna Hora are the Hotel Medinek Old Town, Hotel U Kata and Hotel Opat.