If you are looking for the best Czech gifts for people who are obsessed with the Czech Republic, you came to the right place. In today’s post, you will find 25 awesome ideas. From authentic gifts from the Czech Republic such as Bohemia glasses to unique items such as a coloring book in Alfons Mucha style!
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Czech gifts for large budgets
#1 A trip to the Czech Republic
As always, I will begin my list of Czech gifts with the very best gift. And of course, that is a trip to the Czech Republic.
Because what’s a better way to surprise someone who loves the Czech Republic than to buy them a ticket to Prague (or another city)?
So head over to Skyscanner and find the best flight deals right away.
Another option is to book a tour or activity through Viator. For example, a walking tour in Prague, or a day trip to Cesky Krumlov (the beautiful town in the photo). You can find all sorts of activities.
And if you want to play it safe, you could also go for a Viator gift card (called a global experiences card), so the recipients can choose from all tours on Viator themselves.
For more gift card ideas, check out these 25 travel gift cards.
#2 Handmade puppets
Puppets are the best traditional Czech gifts for anyone who has got a large budget to spend.
Puppet making has a long history in the Czech Republic and they still make up a part of Czech traditions. It’s a great gift for someone with kids or for someone who loves wooden artworks.
#3 Czech soccer jersey
Do you need gifts from the Czech Republic for men or for soccer fans?
Then a jersey of the national team is an awesome gift idea.
It is a replica, but it’s still a cool item for Czech soccer lovers.
#4 Czech language course
This is one of my favorite Czech Republic gifts for people who are seriously obsessed with the country; a complete language course.
It’s the best way for the recipient to experience the Czech Republic. Because only by mastering the native language can you actually engage with the locals. And everyone knows that the locals are the true key to experiencing a country.
So if you are ready to gift the ultimate gift, go ahead and buy the complete Czech course.
#5 Czech-themed phone case
For phone addicts, check out the 343 different Czech-themed phone cases on Zazzle.
And if you don’t feel like going through all these options, simply go for the funny one with the text “Czech me out”.
For traditional Czech gifts, you should check out Czech-made porcelain.
Czech porcelain has 200 years (or so) of tradition in the Czech Republic. Manufacturers started to settle in the republic after Chinese porcelain gained popularity in Europe. There are not nearly as many manufacturers left nowadays as there were back then, but it’s still an awesome authentic Czech gift, for example for a housewarming or wedding gift!
Check out the next gift for more Czech Republic gifts for a housewarming.
#7 Bohemia crystal
Bohemia crystals are another example of traditional Czech gifts for the home.
Glasses from the Bohemia region have been a popular product since the Renaissance and it’s still one of the major export items from the region. Bohemia glasses are recognized for their high-quality, beautiful, and unique designs. For example, this set of six colorful whiskey glasses.
#8 Vintage map of Czech Republic
I know, yet another Czech Republic gift for someone’s home.
But trust me, travelers love maps. And Czech lovers will love this vintage map of their favorite country.
Czech gifts for mid budgets
#9 Books about the Czech Republic
The Czech Reader: History, culture, politics
The Czech Reader is one of the best Czech Republic gifts for people who are interested in history. It’s part of the World Readers series and they publish digestible, yet in-depth books for anyone who loves history.
The diaries of Franz Kafka
Franz Kafka is a famous Czech writer from the early 20th century. This book is a collection of his diaries from 1910 to 1923 and provides a unique inside into life in Prague through his eyes.
Czech Republic Culture Smart
The last book on this list is one of the best Czech Republic gifts for someone who wants to move there. Or for someone who wants to learn more about local customs and culture.
#10 Tumbler in Czech style
This is one of my best suggestions when it comes to Czech Republic gifts for coffee lovers; a tumbler in Czech style.
There is a total of 189 different options on Zazzle, so I am sure you can find one the recipient will love!
#11 Czech liquor
The Czech Republic is a great country for alcohol lovers. Did you know that the Czech republic usually ranks quite high when it comes to alcohol consumption per capita or other alcohol rankings?
So if you are looking for Czech gifts for alcoholics (or just alcohol lovers), you are very likely to succeed.
Beer is one of the most popular drinks in the Czech Republic, and for beer gifts head over to #15. But besides beer, you can find plenty of other traditional Czech drinks, such as the Slivovitz plum brandy.
#12 Travel poster of Prague
Alright, I promise. This is the last of the Czech gifts for someone’s home.
This vintage travel poster of Prague is a cool gift for someone who loves the capital city, or for someone who loves to decorate their home in Czech style.
#13 Spa wafers
Spa wafers are one of the best traditional Czech gifts for people who have a sweet tooth!
What are spa wafers?
They are a typical and very popular Czech snack. Basically, it’s two slices of thin wafers with a flavored sweet filling inside. You can find all sorts of fillings, such as hazelnut, cinnamon, coconut, or chocolate. The latter is one of the most popular fillings, which is why I selected the chocolate Spa Wafers here.
For more gifts from the Czech Republic for people who love sweets, check out #20.
Great recipes from the Czech Republic: Experience the great taste of Czech delicacies
If for whatever reason you can’t buy food as gifts from the Czech Republic, you can always bring Czech food to the recipient by gifting a cookbook. Such as this cookbook with recipes from across the country to try at home.
The best of Czech cooking
The second cookbook includes 240 recipes from Czech cuisine. The recipes are easy to prepare so any Czech food lover can create them at home.
#15 Czech beer
Are you looking for traditional Czech gifts for alcohol lovers?
Then beer is the way to go!
Did you know that the Czechs rank top when it comes to the countries with the largest amount of beer per capita?
Yeah, they do love their beer. And so do the tourists that visit the Czech Republic.
And honestly, it hardly even matters which Czech beer brand you’ll go for, they are all great. Pilsner Urquell is just one example of a famous brand, but you can find more options on Total Wine if the recipient prefers a different brand.
#16 Prague jigsaw puzzle
Is the recipient a big puzzle lover?
Then look no further!
This 1000-piece jigsaw puzzle of Prague is the gift you need.
#17 Czech-themed passport cover
Personally, I think this is one of the most practical Czech Republic gifts for travelers; a passport cover with a Czech theme.
There are 28 different designs on Zazzle. But if the recipient loves Prague (and who doesn’t love Prague?), then the cover with the colorful skyline is perfect.
#18 Travel guides for the Czech Republic
DK Eyewitness Czech and Slovak Republics
For travelers who are off to the Czech Republic soon, travel guides are super practical gifts. (If they don’t have one yet). DK Eyewitness is a publisher for all types of travelers. From your parents who love city hopping to couples who love nature.
Lonely Planet’s Prague and The Czech Republic
If you are looking for Czech gifts for budget travelers or backpackers, Lonely Planet is the guidebook you need. They specialize in budget travel tips and tricks.
The last guidebook on this list is (as you probably already guessed) ideal for people who will spend most of their time in the Czech Republic in the capital city. This book will help them to discover every side of the city.
Czech gifts for small budgets
#19 Alfons Mucha coloring book
Coloring books for adults are a great tool to help them relax and unwind. That’s also why I included them as one of the best gifts for meditations lovers.
And to make this coloring book one of the great Czech Republic gifts, I selected one with inspiration from Alfons Mucha; a famous Czech artist.
#20 Chocolate bar
For more affordable sweet gifts from the Czech Republic, a tatranky bar is the gift you need.
Opavia Tatranky is a popular Czech chocolate bar and thus the perfect gift for someone who misses Czech food.
#21 Czech-themed luggage tag
Are you looking for practical Czech republic gifts for a frequent traveler?
Then a luggage tag in Czech style is what you need.
There are 118 different options on Zazzle. And if the recipient likes Prague, then the graffiti wall tag is a cool option.
#22 Beer shampoo
So as I was telling you before, beer is immensely popular in the Czech Republic.
It’s actually so popular, that the Czechs decided to add beer to their daily personal care products as well. Hence, the birth of beer shampoo.
It’s a shampoo with beer added to it.
I mean, people have often claimed that beer makes your hair shine, so with this shampoo, the recipient can test this beer myth for real.
#23 Czech make-up
For more beauty-related Czech Republic gifts, make-up from Dermacol is a cool gift idea.
Dermacol is a popular Czech make-up brand, so anything from the brand will do. Such as this lipstick.
#24 Travel journal
Can a gift for a Czech lover get any better than this?
It’s a travel journal that is designed for people who are traveling to the Czech Republic.
They can keep track of their Czech travel memoirs in style.
#25 Czech-themed tote bags
A tote bag is a super practical, yet cute gift for anyone. And for someone who loves The Czech Republic, one of the 280 Czech-themed tote bags on Zazzle is perfect!
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Final note on Czech republic gifts
Alright, these were my 25 best gifts from the Czech Republic. Have you not decided which gift to buy yet? Have a look at my personal top three by budget and perhaps that will help you decide.