The Břeclav region belongs to favourite destinations of visitors from the Czech Republic and many countries of the whole world. It has a lot to offer to them. In the south of the Boeclav region, there is the confluence of the two most important rivers of Slovácko - Morava and Dyje - and in their vicinity, there are two remarkable areas: Pálava (Pálava Hills) and Lednicko-valtický areál (Lednice-Valtice Area). In both these locations, the beauties of nature merge with rich history, numerous monuments and active cultural life. Other parts of the Břeclav region - Novomlýnské nádrže (Nové Mlýny dams), Podluží and Hustopečsko are not less attractive. The area of Novomlýnské nádrže has become the synonym for summer holiday at the water, but is has been recently spoken more and more about as a remarkable ornithological locality. Traditionally, Podluží with the centre in Břeclav is primarily linked with vivid folklore traditions and dulcimer music. Northern part of the Břeclav region - the area of Hustopeče - is renowned mainly among the lovers of good wine, even though the same equally applies to the whole Břeclav region. Welcome to the region of Pálava rocks, park buildings of the Lednicko-valtický areál, singing Podluží, sunny Novomlýnské nádrže and picturesque Hustopečsko.