This guide to the Czech and Slovak Republics features a full-colour section introducing the Czech and Slovak Republics' highlights. It also contains entertaining accounts of all the sights, from the handsome architecture of Prague to the spa towns of West Bohemia and the alpine splendour of the High Tatra mountains. There are listings of the best places to stay, eat and drink, in every region and for every budget. The author also provides informed background on Czech and Slovak history and contemporary life.nevertheless worth a quick visit for its Technicke Muzeum (May-Sept Tues-Sun 9am-5pm; Oct-April until 4pm), in a new ... The main draw here is the collection of Tatra cars, and even if spark plugs dona#39;t usually fire your imagination, there are some wonderful old cars here. ... the firm has had a hard time trying to modernize its Tonka-tough trucks and continue production of its super-luxury cars. ... However, as the birthplace of Sigmund Freud, Pfibor has a much greater claim to fame.
|Title||:||Rough Guide to the Czech & Slovak Republics|
|Author||:||Rob Humphreys, Susie Lunt, Tim Nollen|
|Publisher||:||Rough Guides - 2002|