Enjoy Moravian warmth and great food. Visit both UNESCO monuments and sites which are not so well-known and not so packed with people. Well-arranged rows of vineyards, wild nature. There’s something for everyone. On foot, by bike, by car... in July as well as in January.
Taste experiences from a culinary heaven. Beautiful nature. A museum with folk costumes which will dazzle your eyes. The folk art of the Slovácko region is definitely not boring!
The Croats share the Adriatic Sea with the Italians but the Czechs have the Moravian Adriatic solely to themselves. Visit the Vranov Reservoir and you will understand why it has earned this nickname. Plus you will find the lovely surroundings of the Podyjí National Park.
Planning a trip to Macocha? Well, sure, it is the most famous Czech cave, but you should know that the Balcarka Cave in Ostrov u Macochy is the most beautiful cave in the whole Moravian Karst. The maze under the Balcar Rock stands out for its extremely rich and colourful dripstone decoration.