Holidays in the Czech Republic

Austria, Germany, Poland, Hungary and Slovakia

The Czech Republic is divided into two halves - Bohemia and Moravia. The capital of Moravia and the Republic’s second largest city is Brno. Moravia has a fascinating history - indeed it gave its name to the Great Moravian Empire in the 9th Century. South Moravia is a lovely gentle landscape - in the south there are vineyards around the city of Znojmo and Mikulov, to the north of Brno is the special landscape of the Moravian Karst near Blansko with its spectacular caves.


Some Sights of Interest in South Moravia

  • Znojmo - the Rotunda of St Catherine 
  • Villa Tugendhat, Brno
  • Blansko Caves - five caves are open to the public 
  • Pernstejn Castle 
  • the South Moravian vineyards and wines.
  • the Venus of Dolni Vestonice 
  • the Palava Hills (Mikulov)
  • the UNESCO landscape of Valtice & Lednice
  • the battle site of Austerlitz.

Holidays We Offer That Include South Moravia

Guided Tour April - September

Historic South Moravia A La Carte

Stay in a hotel or pension in beautiful Brno and choose from a selection of guided trips to the fascinating towns, landscape and historic sites of Moravia to create your own personal guided tour. 

Cycle Tours

Prague - Vienna Greenways Cycle Tour  

This cycling tour takes you through the South Bohemia, the Trebon Lakelands, Czech Canada and South Moravia. Moderate ability.

Along The Morava River

This route takes you from the Northern Moravian mountain region of Jeseniky, near the Polish border, to the South Moravian region at Valtice - Lednice, on the border with Austria.

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Self-guided Tour

In the Footsteps of Alfons Mucha

This tour takes you to Prague, Brno and Moravia. The great Art Nouveau artist, Alfons Mucha, was born in a small town in South Moravia. 

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South Moravia Plus

Holidays in Moravia can be combined with stays in Prague, South Bohemia, Austria and Slovakia

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