I've actually been eyeing to visit the Czech Republic for quite some time now because I heard it's a beautiful country, especially about the wine baths and the European-style architecture. It's also renowned to be one of the cheaper countries in Europe in comparison to their Western European counterparts.
This might seem a bit too early but I'm planning to visit during the winter, which may be late November or early December. I was wondering if it would be difficult to get around if the locals in the countryside are unable to converse in English.
I'd like to ask about where are the places I am able to visit around the country. I really enjoy sightseeing and beautiful scenery but at the same time, somewhere not too rural.
Please advise on where to stay as well if I were to set my base in Prague. My budget is somewhere around CZK2000 (75 Euros / USD$101), preferably with a bath tub. Also, is dining out expensive in Prague? Whats the average price for a meal at a casual restaurant? I'd like to try out some of the local Czech dishes.
Thanks in advance and have a great day ahead :DEdited: 22 February 2014, 15:13