The Cheb Castle has the biggest Romanesque chapel in Bohemia, though the castle is mostly in ruins it is still good for visiting. If you are interested in the history of the area, visit the Cheb Museum. The building of the museum, the old Pachelbel House, is better known for its history.
The main square of the town is its prime highlight. The square is surrounded by beautiful 17th century homes and around this square visitors can find shops and a number of restaurants. Visit the New Town Hall & State Gallery of the Arts where you can see Czech modern art.
Getting around the town is easy. Most of it is walk-able and public transportation is also available widely. There are no Masaajid or halal dining facilities in the town, however visitors can find some vegetarian delicacies.