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Moravian wine cycle routes

Take your bike through a land of monuments and wine along the routes of the orchards and vineyards of South Moravia. Beautiful springs, summers and autumns are waiting for you on the Moravian wine routes!

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Wine cellar

We will arrange seating in a wine cellar together with Moravian wine tasting for you with traditional regional music for 10-40 people.

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Slovácko theatre

The Slovácko theatre has had an exceptionally successful year. Audience and production numbers have grown, it has travelled to prestigious festivals and it has won awards.

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Slovácko museum

Slovácko Museum traditionally focuses on presenting the history and traditions of the region of Slovácko (Moravian Slovakia), but its exhibitions include folk and technical monuments.

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Baťa Canal

Baťa Canal is 50 km long and offers attractive and unconventional opportunites for getting to know Slovácko (Moravian Slovakia).

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Modrá open-air museum

Modrá open-air museum is located on the outskirts of the village of Modrá. It is an archaeological folk museum presenting the life of the inhabitants of Great Moravia. It was opened in 2004.

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Buchlov Castle

Buchlov was built in the first half of the 13th century. The castle was founded as an important strategic point. The castle’s function was economic and defensive, although the castle was also an administrative centre. This administration included Royal jurisdiction, so-called hunting rights. Its original charter, however, has not been preserved. From an architectural and historic perspective, Buchlov belongs to the transitional Romanesque-Gothic period.

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Buchlovice Chateau

The history of the chateau is closely linked to the history of the nearby castle of Buchlov, which, as an old mediaeval fortress, became a less attractive place of residence for the nobility.

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Velehrad

Velehrad is a village in the Uherské Hradiště District (Zlín Region), 6 km northwest of Uherské Hradiště, In 2011, it had a population of 1 329 and it is the location of one of the most important places of pilgrimage in the Czech Republic. In folk tradition, it is identified as the principal centre of Great Moravia.

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