It is easy to forget that The Czech Republic is so much more than Prague. The Telegraph’s Adrian Tierney-Jones discovers the historical influential region Bohemia, which makes up two thirds of the Czech Republic and samples beer from what he calls the “Beer Bordeaux Region”. All within a short train ride from Prague, perfect for a day trip.
THE TELEGRAPH UK – Czech Republic southern Bohemia’s beer trail
“The Unesco World Heritage town of Kutna Hora is a short train ride away and a brisk hike from the station brings you to the centre. In the Middle Ages this was the second largest city in the kingdom of Bohemia, thanks to its silver mines. Then the Hussite ” Click here to view original web page at www.telegraph.co.uk