The largest swimming pool complex far and wide, water from a thermal source full of beneficial minerals, and the panorama of Pálava on top of that.
Only 20 minutes by car from Brno, with a Hollywood-like view of Pálava. Aqualand Moravia in Pasohlávky fills most of its indoor and outdoor pools with natural water from a thermal source. The water’s quality is so high that it has been declared a natural healing source.
The water in the swimming pools has a beneficial effect for the joints, for example, and it offers relief from rheumatism. The water in the Riviera outdoor pool is over 30 degrees Celsius even in winter. Kids will be interested in the twenty toboggans and water slides, while adults may prefer the sauna world and its procedures.
All year round, the aqualand prepares animation programs on weekends (there are animation programs every day in summer). Apart from the leisure and unwinding, the food here is just as impressive. Visitors won’t starve here – you can have a hot meal in the restaurant, a pastry in the café or ice-cream at the stalls.
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Do you find events of long ago boring? A visit to Pavlov will turn you into a real fan of prehistory! Your kids will remember this spectacular exhibition for a long time to come.
A seven-storey cave with an emerald lake where you will feel like you are at the bottom of a coral reef.
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A picturesque town among vineyards, full of sights and places where you can enjoy good eating. And what amazing surroundings!
Up to the top past the Stations of the Cross, then Mikulov in the palm of your hand. After that back down to treat yourself to something good to eat.
Pálava, a protected landscape area where beautiful nature and top-quality Moravian wine will refresh you.
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