We have spent a lot of time and effort converting our Czech artwork into a true travel map. I had great fun doing the researching and, while Jiri Navratil could no doubt come up with dozens of other sites worthy of note, this map is significantly stronger in showing what there is to see in this historic part of Europe. Prague tends to get the lion's share of attention from visitors, but Kutna Hora is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, as is Cesky Krumlov, where IMTA held an amazing conference in the dead of winter one year. The Republic is easy to reach from most parts of Europe and is arguably the most travel-visited country in Europe. Our map still shows roads classified by quality and distances between communities, but the artwork has been modernized significantly and a lot of emphasis has been placed on travel spots outside of Prague, which also graces the map as an inset.