A chateau which likes to accommodate unique works of art. For example, those from the collections of Meda and Jan Mládek. Have you played disc golf in the chateau park?
The original medieval castle was transformed into a Renaissance chateau in the 16th century during the reign of the Lords of Lipá. It got the form of a quadrangular building with a courtyard in the middle and beautiful arcades on three floors. The Swedish troops destroyed a great deal of it, so the chateau underwent several renovations. The last of them, in the Baroque style, was carried out under the Liechtenstein family.
Currently, the chateau houses an exhibition of 20 large-scale paintings of the Slavic Epic by Alfons Mucha - the phenomenal symbolist and the icon of high Art Nouveau. Follow in his footsteps where he loved it and where he get inspired.
Join a guided tour of the arcaded courtyard and see an exhibition of significant works of art from the collections of the husband and wife Medek. Visit mainly the chateau chapel and the knight’s hall in the interiors and do not miss the rare conifers in the vast English park. It is a perfect place to have a picnic and you can learn how disc golf is played. It has been a hit there in recent years.
There is a large Jewish cemetery at the edge of the chateau park. On some of the tombstones, centuries old, the inscriptions are no longer legible. If you want to extend your walk a little bit, head for the pilgrimage chapel of St. Florian. It is a charming building, but above all, you will have a beautiful view from there.
Speaking of making trips, the northern part of the Znojmo Wine Trail passes through this place. If you want to see Moravský Krumlov Chateau from a bicycle saddle, then start pedalling!
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A phenomenal symbolist, icon of the Art Nouveau movement, master of light and shadow work. But most importantly, he gave the Czech nation the famous Slav Epic.
A paradise for little kids as well as for grown-ups. The largest above-ground maze in the Czech Republic and other attractions will put both your muscles and your brain to work.
Legend has it that around the year 912 a water fortress grew on a small rock in the middle of the marshes under the supervision of Princess Miroslava. Today it has the form of a castle and the name Miroslav.
What views! What surroundings! What atmosphere! Climb up the ninety-six stairs and pay homage to the great Czech actor near Hlína in the surroundings of Ivančice.
Formerly a Gothic castle and a Renaissance chateau today, this dominant feature of the town of Rosice rises atop a hill. It is home to a toy museum and an anti-nuclear shelter
Beautiful Dolní Kounice with one of the oldest synagogues in Moravia is an ideal destination for a trip.
This convent was founded in 1181 by William of Pulín – as repentance for his atrocities in wartime – for the sisters of the Premonstratensian Order.
People who love castles and chateaux will be thrilled by this site that offers a castle and a chateau in one place! And not just any place.
A large reservoir and a huge castle. Explore one of the largest Moravian castle areas within sight of Brno.
Do you like riding a bike through the forest? The Sportpark in Boskovice also offers a pump track and great facilities. The single trails in the Doubrava (Oakwood) forest are already waiting for you.
In the immediate vicinity of the Moravian metropolis, amidst greenery along with the romantic Veveří Castle and cruise ships… perfect relaxation!
Even a technical building can be beautiful and fascinating. Visit a large snow-white mill which will show you milling from prehistory to the present day.