Photogallery: CZ, South Moravia – Taking Pictures in Paradise
CZ, South Moravia – Taking Pictures in Paradise
heading (paragraph): Places Of Interest
No. of pictures: 29 pictures
Around the South Moravian village of Šardice (near Kyjov) there is a paradise for all photographers. An easily accessible destination just outside the village with the possibility of accommodation in local guest houses offers unforgettable experiences to take pictures of Moravian fields and meadows. There is a reason in why this area is called Moravian Tuscany. Beautiful scenery in conjunction with undemanding hiking or cycling will certainly be for you to relax not only for the body but also for the soul. Get inspired by the following images.
Text and photos: Karol Kobella (www.karolkobella.sk)
Edited by: Infoglobe
Don't know where to spend a beautiful sunny day? What would you say to the observation tower associated with a beautiful walk or a cycling trip? I know exactly one such lookout.
Spring is on and the tourist season is underway. Go to nature, culture and do some sightseeing. There are countless of them in the Czech Republic and today you can see Pernštejn Castle with us.
There are many great options what to do for those who intend to have active vacation in South Moravia and are attracted to adrenaline activities. On the water, in the air, on the land – the choice is yours. This is only the first part where we introduce you what you can do in this splendid region…
Those who want to spend active vacation in South Moravian region, those who want to invest their time in adrenaline activties shall find many oportunities to heaten their blood. There are many things you can do on the land, on the water, in the air – the choice is yours. The last week we introduced you to the first part of our miniseries. Now comes the second…
South Moravia is often called the land of sun and wine. The number of cultural sights of different historic periods is without parallel in th Czehc Republic. However, no other architectonic style is more present here than the Baroque.
When the Creator was giving he was particularly generous to the south Moravians. Thus, they could call their land the “land of wine.” He gave them the most sun in the Czech lands as well as warm climate doing good to grapes but bolstering recreational activities as well – for instance at Vranovska dam, Brnenska dam or on the lakes near Palava. So what waits here for visitors? Great Moravian landmarks, castles, chateaus, sacral buildings, great works of engineering, border fortresses, and beautiful places in nature. There is no coincidence in south Moravia being the second most interesting locality for tourists right next to Prague.
The Moravian Karst is undoubtedly the most beautiful area in the Czech Republic. Blansko, a town offering many historical, cultural, nature, and other sights, is located right there. It is also an ideal destination for a trip for couple of days for its great life in culture and perfect sport opportunities.
It has been a long time since our last visit to the second largest city in the Czech Republic – Brno. This historical “capital” of Moravia is located on the confluence of the Svratka and Svitava rivers. It has been an important center of culture, justice, and education.
Do you make trips to the Jeseniky Mountains? Be sure to stop in the national nature reserve of Rejviz near the town of Jesenik. There are unique peat bogs, wetlands and a settlement of the same name where you can buy some snack.
About Jihlava we could hear in the news perhaps every day. It is quite obvious - Jihlava is the main city of region and it is no wonder that in a place that literally divides Bohemia and Moravia, and here and there a major ruckus. To be completely clear, where the border actually leads, Maria Theresa left in Jihlava "build" four boundary stones.
We had paid our visit the House of Nature once we reached Skalni mill, a locality near Blansko district town, also thought about as the entrance to the Moravian Karst. We had also seen some of its surrounding. The trail going to the Katerinska cave is right behind this recently opened exhibition.
Today we continue in our journey across the Moravian Karst. We have explored the Katerinska Cave and returned to Skalni Mill. Then we took an asphalt road towards the bottom station of the cable car. The cable car was supposed to take us up to the famous and popular Macocha Gorge.
Today we conclude our tour in the Moravian Karst. We visit the Balcarka cave near Ostrov u Macochy village. This cave hides the greatest dripstones. Also, it is the most popular to visit. It unravels its 15 thousand years of history of human settlement. So lets go inside!
Through this photogallery, visit with us possibly the most beautiful Zoo in Moravia. There are ma...
Today, we set off to see the streets of Prerov. The River Becva flows through this city of 40 tho...
Among city's most dominat landmarks is the tower of the New Town Hall. Up form there you have bea...
Brno is the cultural, social and educational capital of Moravia and at the same time the second ...
Please accept our invitation to the Moravian Karst, one of the most important karst territories i...
Historical town of Znojmo, situated along high bank of Dyje-river Valley, belongs to most remarka...
Today, you will join us in the Jeseniky Mountains, specifically in the national nature reserve Re...
Valtice and Lednice belong to UNESCO's world herritage. We recommend you to visit it, indeed. The...
Rajhrad is a fabulous town of wine situated near Brno. There is a beautiful Benedictine cloister....