South Moravian Region

Lednice Chateau, South Moravia, Czechia

Lednice-Valtice

The Lednice-Valtice Cultural Landscape (Lednicko-valtický areál) is an area in South Moravia encompassing the village of Lednice and the town of Valtice. Due to the high concentration of architectural monuments and the beauty of the surrounding planned landscape, it was inscribed on UNESCO’s World Heritage List in 1996. The World Heritage Site takes up an area of more or less 200 km², which makes it one of the largest complexes of its kind in Europe….

Panorama of Mikulov, Moravia, Czechia

Mikulov

Mikulov is a beautiful old town in South Moravia, in Břeclav District. The town boasts very well-preserved historic architecture. The highlight is Mikulov Castle, situated on a hill and dominating the landscape. Charming market squares are relatively common in Czech towns, so the one in Mikulov might not surprise you, if you have seen several or more if them before. Nevertheless, it is very pretty and definitely worth seeing. Also, the surrounding area is very…

Moravian Tuscany

Moravian Tuscany

Moravian Tuscany, in Czech known as Moravské Toskánsko, is a very picturesque region in the southern part of Moravia. It is located in the Hodonín District, near the town of Kyjov. The most beautiful views you will find near the following villages: Šardice, Karlín na Moravě and Svatobořice. Interesting spots can be also found near Želetice, Čejkovice, Stavěšice, Velké Bílovice, Věteřov, Čejč, Hovorany, Strážovice and Archlebov. LOADING THE MAP… It is one of the most…

Panorama of Brno, Moravia, the Czech Republic

Brno

Brno is a city in Moravia, relatively close to Czechia’s borders with Austria and Slovakia. It is the country’s second largest city after Prague and the largest city of Moravia. Brno was the capital of Moravia between 1641 and 1948. Nowadays, Moravia no longer exists as an administrative entity and therefore it does not have an official capital. It does, however, exist as one of the three historic Czech lands (besides Bohemia and Czech Silesia) and…

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