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Opening Hours

The opening hours of banks, post offices and exchange offices are usually Mondays – Fridays from 8.00 to 17.00 o'clock, cash dispensers operate non-stop. If the banks are closed, you can use exchange offices of travel agencies or hotels. Hotels are open non-stop so that they will attend you 24 hours a day.

Restaurants are usually open every day from 10.00 to 23.00 o'clock, while the wine parlours usually open at 16.00 and close at about 1.00 a.m. On weekends, the opening hours tend to be longer. Shops are usually open Mondays – Fridays from 8.00 to 17.00 o'clock. On Saturdays, they tend to be open in the morning only and they are closed on Sundays. Groceries are usually open up to 18.00 o'clock and supermarkets by 20.00 o'clock.

National Holidays:

  • 1st January – Day of Restoration of Independent Czech State
  • 8th May – Day of Liberation
  • 5th July – Day of Slavic Missionaries Cyril and Method
  • 6th July – Day of Burning of Master John Huss
  • 28th September – Day of Czech Statehood
  • 28th October – Day of Establishment of Independent Czechoslovak State
  • 17th November – Day of Struggle for Freedom and Democracy

Other Holidays:

  • April – Easter Monday
  • 1st May – Labour Day
  • 24th December – Christmas’ Eve
  • 25th December – Christmas Day
  • 26th December – Boxing Day

Banks, information centres and most of the shops are closed on holidays.

Tourist Season

The spring tourist season starts in April when the awaking nature is the biggest magnet. Within the main summer tourist season from June to September you can visit sights, take part in local cultural events or engage in water sports. The autumn season lasts by November and is mainly preferred by groups that like to enjoy wine or new wine in a wine cellar after the sightseeing tour. The winter season is from December to March, when participants in various seminars, congresses, cultural events and, of course, lovers of wine come to the lowlands of Slovácko as well as ski fans heading to Bílé Karpaty (White Carpathians) and Chřiby (Chřiby Hills).

Do You Travel With Animals?

If you visit Slovácko with your pet, you should know that you might not always find accommodation with it in every hotel or boarding house. We recommend consulting the issue with the owner in advance. Animals may not often enter sightseeing objects either. In public places and in the means of transport, your dog must have a protective muzzle and it must be kept on the lead, of course.


It is a good habit to leave so-called tip while paying to the staff in the restaurant. It is a reward for being satisfied with their services. Its amount is not fixed; the paid amount is usually rounded up to whole tens of crowns.

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