Central Bohemia is a region in the Czech Republic. Officially, is consist of two regions, Central Bohemia Region and capital city Prague.
Central Bohemia is a great option for those who want to experience different Czech Republic beyond crowded Prague but do not have too much time.
Prague — world city and capital of the Czech Republic, great starting point for one-day trips in Central Bohemia
Kutná Hora (pop. 20,000) — historical town in UNESSCO with famous St. Barbora cathedral, old silver mines and the Chapel of All Saints, which is decorated with thousands of human bones.
Mělník (pop. 19,000) - one of the prettiest towns in Central Bohemia lies on confluence of the two longest Czech rivers Moldau and Elbe. Baroque chateau, old and large gothic church and local wineyards are worth a visit
Kladno - big indutrial city (pop. 70,000) is is near Křivoklátsko Protected Landscpe Area and just 30 kilometres northwest of Prague.
Benešov (pop. 16,000) - 2 kilometres from this town is Konopiště Chateau, popular Cetral Bohemian destination
Mladá Boleslav (pop. 44,000) - city with history of car factories, Laurin and Klement in past and Škoda auto factory today
Konopiště Chateau - chateau where archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria, whose assasination started World War I.
Vojna Memorial  communit workig camp near Příbram
Křivoklátsko - Protected Landscape Area and UNESCO biosphere reserve with unique species of plants in forests of Berounka River valley. Křivoklát Castle is there.
Budeč - ruins of slavic hill fort and oldest still standing building in the Czech Republic - church of Saint Peter and Paul from 895(!), near Kladno
Brdy Mountains - a piece of wilderness in Central Bohemia located south of Prague with deep forests. It used to be proving ground closed for visitors, but in 2016 will be military activity ended and mountains will become Protected Landscape Area.
Svatá Hora u Příbrami - Marian Pilgrimage site of European significance
Central Bohemia played major role in creation of Czech state. Oldest building in Czech Republic, Church of Saint Peter and Paul is located here. Large Karlštejn Castle and Kutná Hora with silver mines and gothic cathedral and baroque monastery are reminders of ages, when Bohema was one of the most welathy and powerful parts of Europe.
Landscape is mostly flat due to rivers Elbe and Moldau, which confluence here. It is one of the most fertile parts of the Czech Republic. Mountains can be found in south part of Central Bohemia, with maximal elevation of 864 meters.
It depens where, but bus as well as train is generally a good option. If you want to drive car, realize that some Central Bohemian local roads can be in bad condition. Traveling by foot could be recommended for some beautifu landscapes of Křivoklátsko, Kokořínsko and Brdy.