The Czech Republic, or Czechia, located in Central Europe is known for its medieval castles and buildings with beautiful architecture. With a highly advanced economy as well as high living standards, it has the lowest unemployment rate in the European Union, and among those with the lowest poverty mark. Its capital, Prague, gets millions of visitors each year, attracted to famous landmarks like the Prague Castle, Charles Bridge, and St. Vitus Cathedral, among many others. The castle-filled country is also known as one of the leading producers of beer in the world, as well as the nation with the highest drinking average.
With its scenic landmarks, exotic language and culture, as well as its favorable laws when it comes to having fun in the city, it’s no wonder tourists flock in droves to this country. However, there are a few places tourists need to be wary of, as these may not offer the kind of experiences you would want to remember your vacation by.
These are 14 places that tourists should avoid, though some are restricted to certain times of the day, or night, only.