Břeclav has the best possible location for tourists, right on the edge of the Lednice-Valtice Area. If you have visited the area several times, it is time to head up to Břeclav now. It is connected with the Liechtenstein family just like the famous chateau area, and in fact the best place you can learn about the well-known aristocratic family is the Liechtenstein House in Břeclav. The exhibition includes a complete collection of models of the buildings in the Lednice-Valtice Area, from Lednice Chateau and smaller structures to Valtice Chateau. Finish the tour in a pleasant way by tasting wine in the wine shop that offers Liechtenstein and Moravian wines.
The Liechtenstein House used to be a Jewish school once. Yes, you are in a town with a prominent Jewish history. If you are fond of magical Jewish quarters and Jewish cemeteries, do not be in a rush. The neo-Romanesque synagogue is a beautiful structure, where you might even feel like you are in Versailles if you just look at the vaulted ceiling.
You will encounter a religious monument in an unexpectedly modern style on T. G. Masaryk Square, namely the St. Wenceslas’ Church. It stands on the site of an original Baroque church which was destroyed in bombing at the end of World War II.
Still have time to spare? Then head up to the beautiful nature of the floodplain forests around Břeclav and follow the steps of old Slavs towards a vast Slavic hillfort near the Empire Pohansko Hunting Lodge.