South Moravia, a county of vineyards and unique terroirs
The south-eastern part of the Czech Republic along the border with Austria and Slovakia, where it is the warmest and most sunny days of the year. When you add a long tradition, it is clear why wine, especially white varieties, thrives here. But why is South Moravia, together with Prague, the most visited place in the Czech Republic? It is not only a paradise for wine lovers and gourmets. Stroll through the narrow streets of historic towns, discover the magnificent castles, natural unique … and you will understand.
There are many historical cities and interesting sites. Znojmo town with Gothic and Renaissance monuments, the Podyjí National Park with rare fauna and flora, vineyard hills. Mikulov town full of wine bars, cafes and cultural events. Mysterious beauty of the stalactite caves of the Moravian Karst, which is not only a place of many legends, but also of movie shooting. Pálava county with vineyards and white rocks glowing from a distance and castle ruins, ideal for trips and wine tasting directly with local winemakers. Lednice-Valtice area with beautiful buildings in the landscape full of water surfaces – heritage of the noble family of Liechtenstein. You will find the castles of Lednice and Valtice, Roman aqueduct, Turkish minaret… Amazing place, whether you decide to explore it from the deck of a boat, on a rented scooter or on foot. However, South Moravia is much more…
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