Prague & the Czech Republic - Moravia (PDF Chapter)
This is the Moravia chapter from Lonely Planet’s Prague & the Czech Republic guidebook.
The Czech Republic’s easternmost province, Moravia, is yin to Bohemia’s yang; rolling hills and pretty landscapes, captivating architecture, sprawling vineyards. This was the former stomp-ing ground of some of the wealthiest families of the Austro-Hungarian empire, and you can still see the glint of this history.
- appraise the value, aesthetically speaking, of a functionalist masterwork at Vila Tugendhat
- Hike, bike or simply sip your way through the hills and dales of southern Moravian wine country on the Mikulov Wine Trail
- admire the intricacies of the Holy Trinity Column, Central Europe’s most riveting piece of baroque statuary
- restaurants & accommodation
Coverage includes: Brno, Telč, Třebíč, Mikulov, Valtice-Lednice, Znojmo, Olomouc, Kroměříž, When to Go, Best Places to Sleep.
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