You would be hard pressed to find a place where tradition and folklore are as important as they are in Moravian Slovakia. Past generations have been responsible for preserving them, while current generations are reviving them.
The culture of Moravian Slovakia is linked to the grapevine and wine-growing. We can enjoy fine wine in every season.
Moravian Slovakia is a region with a rich history, with remarkable monuments to commemorate it at almost every turn. Castles, châteaux, varied exhibitions… Inspiration for trips and full of popular filming locations.
The historic waterway was built by Jan Antonín Baťa. Originally used for waterborne freight transport, today the Baťa Canal is used for recreation.
Get on your bike and ride to and fro across Moravian Slovakia! Thanks to the extensive network of cycle paths, you can explore the natural beauty and history of the region.
The Chřiby Highlands, with their highest peak, Brdo, and extensive forests, interwoven with trails and interesting hidden corners, are part of Moravian Slovakia. The White Carpathians, with their highest peak, Velká Javořina, represent the border with Slovakia.
In the air, on the water, in a jump, on a run, in flight. You can enjoy Moravian Slovakia in numerous ways! There’s no time to be lazy; just take a look around, get more information and suddenly you will find out that everyday life can be extraordinary.
The folklore and tradition of Moravian Slovakia are also preserved in its traditional cuisine. Recipes are handed down like treasured possessions. Discover the treasures of Moravian Slovakia’s gastronomy for yourself.
Fairs with traditional crafts, carol singing, traditional pig slaughtering – that’s winter in the villages of Moravian Slovakia. The beautiful countryside, meanwhile, encourages winter walks and active relaxation.
Make time during your holiday for rest and regeneration. As they say, the greatest wealth is health.
Travel through Moravian Slovakia in the footsteps of history! You can visit archaeological sites, Slavic settlements, sacred structures and pilgrimage sites. The marked pilgrimage trails of the Cyril and Methodius Route help with this.