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Flats and apartments in the Czech Republic are always popular among buyers looking for holiday homes and permanent residences. Hundreds of thousands of tourists head to Prague, the country’s magnificent capital known as ‘the city of a thousand spires’ and the Karlovy Vary resort each year. The Czech Republic may be a landlocked state, but the nation has cultivated vibrant vacation and entertainment attractions that are perfectly in sync with the country’s heritage and landscape. The Czech Republic is famous for its castles and of course its beer and breweries. For those who enjoy a more active lifestyle, there are many rivers and canals for rowing, cycling is very popular and there are mountains with many attractions all year round, including mineral springs. For arts aficionados, there are various theatres, museums, concert halls to enjoy classical music. Located in the heart of Europe near Germany, Austria, Poland and Slovakia boosts sales of Czech apartments.
There is a wide selection of flats in the Czech Republic both new and
Since May 2009, foreign individuals or companies are allowed to buy property in the Czech Republic.