Prague & the Czech Republic - Best of Moravia (Chapter)
This is the Best of Moravia chapter from Lonely Planet's Prague & the Czech Republic guidebook.
Want to uncover the gems of the Czech Republic’s East? This chapter includes the very best of Moravia. Must-sees include Moravia’s capital Brno and the microbreweries in Olomouc.
- Moravia’s brawny capital Brno boasts a spooky hilltop castle, skeletons everywhere, and a masterpiece of early modern architecture.
- Telč’s colourful Renaissance and baroque main square is so picture-perfect it’s a Unesco World Heritage site.
- This bustling city of Třebíč’s former Jewish Quarter is unique in the Czech Republic.
- A piece of Italy in southern Moravia, Mikulov boasts great wine and architecture.
- Valtice-Lednice is a Unesco-protected heritage landscape amid lush, rolling hills.
- The pleasant border town of Znojmo, with atmospheric alleyways and a magnificent view out over the Thaya (Dyje) River valley.
- Olomouc is a northern Moravian gem with a main square to rival Prague’s, a lively student body and (at least two) great microbreweries.
- A Unesco World Heritage site of Kroměříž, with a magnificent 19th-century chateau.
Coverage includes: Brno, Telč, Třebíč, Mikulov, Valtice-Lednice, Znojmo, Olomouc and Kroměříž.
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