On a triparound South Moravia

Enjoy Moravian warmth and great food. Visit both UNESCO monuments and sites which are not so well-known and not so packed with people. Well-arranged rows of vineyards, wild nature. There’s something for everyone. On foot, by bike, by car... in July as well as in January.

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To the Most Beautiful Cave in the Moravian Karst

Planning a trip to Macocha? Well, sure, it is the most famous Czech cave, but you should know that the Balcarka Cave in Ostrov u Macochy is the most beautiful cave in the whole Moravian Karst. The maze under the Balcar Rock stands out for its extremely rich and colourful dripstone decoration.


A Bike Trip for More than Just a Glass of Wine

The tranquillity and the beautiful nature of the Ždánický Les (Ždánice Forest), the Renaissance chateau in Bučovice, a wonderful view of the Slovácko region and regional delicacies. These are some of the attractions of our bike trip, where you will definitely meet no crowds!


Jewish and Empire Boskovice

What did Jewish quarters look like in Czech towns? Where is the beautiful Empire chateau situated? Welcome to Boskovice. Köhn, keep going, you will not be bored here!


To the Magic Landscape of Moravian Tuscany

A walking trip to the incredible views of the “Moravian Tuscany”, impressive folk costumes, and on top of that, wine like honey. Are you still unsure about whether to go?


Enjoy Mikulov to the Max

Prepare for an all-day trip to a town small in size, but big as regards everything else. Mikulov near the Lednice-Valtice Area is a treasure.


With the Magic Appleberry to the White Carpathians

This healing kind of rowan tree cannot be found anywhere else in the Czech Republic. Head for the Slovácko region where the precious appleberry is intertwined with the traditions and celebrations of the area.