What to do in Moravia-Silesia?
During your stay in your cottage in Moravia-Silesia you are in the right place if you are a wine lover! Moravia is a popular wine region in the Czech Republic, thanks in part to its warm climate. Besides the fact that it is often nice and sunny here and therefore ideal as a summer destination, it is also favourable for growing wine. During your holiday in Southern Moravia, a visit to one of the many vineyards is highly recommended! For example, it is fun to visit the Plže wine cellars, which are special houses that have been specially made. They are small white houses with a blue tint, which makes them look like hobbit houses. The wine cellars have been a household name since the 15th century, when each wine maker had his or her own house.
Moravia is also home to several UNESCO monuments. Like the castle and gardens in Kroměříž. The castle and gardens in Kroměříž are well worth a visit. In 1777, the castle served as a residence for the archbishops of Olomouc. In the 17th century, the flower garden was created by Karl II von Liechtenstein-Kastelkorn, who was the bishop of Olomouc. Did you know that Kroměříž used to be the capital of Austria? From 1848 to 1849 it temporarily served as the capital of Austria.
Holidays by bicycle
A popular activity in Southern Moravia is cycling, as mentioned before, there are many vineyards. There are many different bicycle paths through which you can follow beautiful routes where you will encounter all kinds of things. In total, there are more than 1200 km of cycling paths in Southern Moravia, where you will pass by vineyards, wine cellars, rivers, forests, hills, castles, cosy villages and cities. The cycle paths are good and the way to go is clearly indicated.
The weather in Moravia-Silesia
Moravia-Silesia has a temperate continental climate. Because it is temperate, you have, for example, warm summers but no extreme heat. The average temperature in the summer is 22 degrees.