While this question i know is very broad, any suggestions would be appreciated.
I will be arriving into Prague early next year, and as it stands will have about one month before i am due in the Ireland.
I am travelling on a budget and would like to perhaps venture out of Czech, keeping in mind the budget, to niebouring countries.
Any suggested itineries?
If you are into bike travel, a great trip to do is to take the Elberadweg from Prague to Hamburg. It is over 1000 km almost constantly downhill along the Elbe River and one of the best ways to see Eastern Germany. In Hamburg you can then board the ferry to Newcastle and make your way to Ireland via the UK.
Even if you don't take the bike, I highly recommend a trip to Dresden in Germany.
don't miss cesky krumlov in southern czech rep!! it's just amazing!! almost everyone i know absolutly loves dubrovnik in south croatia but i think non-europeans especially would love it... it's a bit of a long way for you but transport in eastern europe isnt that expensive... also mostar and sarajevo i loved simply because the people were so nice and the scenery around mostar is stunning.
I you're looking to stay closer to czech rep, id definately agree with kutna hora as said above, maybe bratislava (i only saw it at 12am but i hear the women are beautiful) also southern poland... there's just so much to see!! (but don't miss cesky krumlov!!)
[ Edit: Edited at May 4, 2006 9:28 AM by anonali ]