There is not much we need to say about Moravia ? it?s a region you will just have to see, feel, and experience!!
Discover the romantic villages, the many strongholds and fairy-tale castles, hidden between the forests, pastures, rivers, hills, and mountains of beautiful Moravia. Combine this with culture, sun, and wine and you?ll have a wonderful stay!
Apart from the fantastic scenery ? with over 400 stalactite and stalagmite caves and underground rivers, this region also has Mediaeval gold mines, historic towns, and romantic castles to offer. It is the most beautiful backdrop to partake in activities for young and old. It?s a true paradise for lovers of nature, cycling and walking.
A visit to the historic city of Brno, the most important city of this region, is a real must. Architecture buffs will have a wonderful time here,Brno was the centre of modern art in Central Europe between 1920 and 1940 and as such attracted many international architects. Brno has a lively centre with trendy restaurants, bars, and modern shopping streets.
Other interesting, historic towns are UNESCO town of Telc, or the baroque town of Olomouc.
In Moravia, you will also find health resorts, such as those in Jeseník, Karlova Studánka, Třeboň, and Luhačovice. Winter sports enthousiasts will feel right at home in Moravia, soaking up the picturesque scenery of the Eagle Mountains (Orlické hory) and the Jeseníki Mountains, in northern Moravia. The best known skiing resorts in the Eagle Mountains are those of Říčky and De?tné; and in Jeseníki those of Ramzová and Červenohorské sedlo. The mountainous area of Beskydy in the East also includes skiing areas, these are suitable for the less demanding winter sports enthusiasts, in terms of facilities, maintenance, and pistes.