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This town is located in a hilly region amidst beautiful vineyards. A quick stopover allows plenty of time to explore the historical center, the castle and a few buildings. Znojmo is 206 kilometres from Prague and can be reached by car in approximately 2½ hours.Read more
Like Mikulov, the small town of Třebíč is home to another preseved Jewish quarter, this one a protected UNESCO World Heritage site. The town is about 2 hours driving distance from Prague, roughly 170 kilometres.Read more
This Moravian town is 355 kilometres from Prague (310 km by motorway). Travelling from Prague, visitors can reach Nový Jičín in about 4 hours.Read more
At the Rožnov eco-museum - the largest in the Czech Republic and one of the most beautiful in Central Europe - visitors will find traditional houses and discover time-honoured Czech customs. The museum is particularly popular during the Christmas and Easter seasons.Read more
This complex of chateaus and gardens is a true gem. No wonder it made the UNESCO World Heritage list. Distance from Prague: 245 kilometers, driving time: 2.5 hours.Read more
The Moravian town of Mikulov offers vineyards, wonderful natural surroundings and an important preserved Jewish quarter. It is located 215 kilometres from Prague near the Austrian border.Read more
The city of Kroměříž presents flamboyant baroque architecture with audacious red and blue coloured façades, doors made of ancient wood, and long white archways leading to terraces and romantic pools. The town is 272 kilometres (three hours by car) from Prague.Read more
Brno, the Czech Republic‘s second largest city and main city in Moravia, has a population of nearly 370,000. Within a two hundred-kilometre radius are other important European capitals: Prague, Vienna and Bratislava. The city hosts regular cultural events and festivals, such as "Brno - City in the Centre of Europe" and the "Ignis Brunensis" fireworks competition) as well as some notable sporting events such as the Brno Grand Prix of road motorcycles. Brno is also a city of modern shopping and entertainment centres.Read more