Moravia and Silesia

UNESCO monuments, castles and chateaux, wine, peculiar folklore traditions and unique technical monuments can all be found in Moravia.

Four UNESCO monuments rank among the most attractive locations: the chateau and gardens in Kroměříž, the Baroque plague column in Olomouc, the Functionalist Villa Tugendhat in Brno and the Lednice-Valtice Complex, the most extensive landscaped countryside in the world. The Moravian Karst with more than a thousand caves and Macocha Abyss are also worth investigating. You will find two regions with unique folklore traditions in Moravia, Moravian Slovakia and Moravian Wallachia. It is also worth visiting the technical monuments in Ostrava and the former empire of the shoemaking company Baťa, the city of Zlín.

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Oct 25, 2016Oct 30, 2016

Jihlava

The 19th festival of independent documentary films, the largest of its kind, in Central and Eastern Europe.
The 19th festival of independent documentary films, the largest of its kind, in Central and Eastern Europe.
Dec 2, 2016Dec 4, 2016

Slavkov u Brna

The Battle of Austerlitz is annually recalled in a reenactment and a tour of the château with Napoleon and Mass.
The Battle of Austerlitz is annually recalled in a reenactment and a tour of the château with Napoleon and ...
Jan 30, 2016Dec 31, 2016

Valtice
Beer is not the only beverage popular in the Czech Republic; increasing numbers of people are enjoying good quality Moravian Wine.
Beer is not the only beverage popular in the Czech Republic; increasing numbers of people are enjoying good...