The Holy Trinity Column in Olomouc, in the Czech Republic is a Baroque monument that was built between 1716 to 1754.
Bouzov Castle is an early 14th-century fortress first mentioned in 1317.
Saint Wenceslas Cathedral is a gothic cathedral at Wenceslas square in Olomouc, in the Czech Republic, founded in 1107.
Helfštýn, is a castle 15 kilometres east of Přerov, in the Olomouc region in Central Moravia, Czech Republic.
Olomouc Zoo, is a Czech zoo, located in Svatý Kopeček, Olomouc in Czech Republic.
This beautiful little church was built of wood and remains one of the most important historic buildings in the region.
A precious site of pilgrimage and the place where pope John Paul II once served a holy mass; this peaceful neighborhood is definitely worth…
Otaslavice is a village and municipality in Prostějov District in the Olomouc Region of the Czech Republic.
The Oder is a river in Central Europe and Poland's third-longest river after the Vistula and Warta.
The Paper mill at Velké Losiny, is a historic mill in the Olomouc Region of the Czech Republic.
This magnificent renaissance chateau houses a very interesting museum with an exhibiton on hand-crafted paper - a craft traditional for…
Take a guided tour through these beautiful caverns with delicate limestone formations, located in the heart of the picturesque Jeseniky…
Remnants of the Renaissance castle. It's currenly being reconstructed.
Rapotín is a village in northern Moravia, lying northeast of Šumperk in the Czech Republic. Its history dates back to 13th century.
Come and discover the largest peat bog in Moravia. Take a walk along the educational trail and see several moss lakes.
Litovelské Pomoraví is a 96 km2 protected landscape area established on 15 November 1990, in the floodplain of the Morava River, north of…
This Chateau houses perhaps the largest and most impressive collection of hunting trophies in Central Europe. A must-see for fans of hunting.
The Arboretum Vrahovice is a small arboretum in Vrahovice, Czech Republic.
The Hranice Abyss, the English name adopted by the local tourist authorities, is the deepest flooded pit cave in the world.
More than 100 years old stone building located at 1351 m above sea level. It provides accommodation as well as it serves as a restaurant.
Probably the oldest documented caves in Central Europe. They served various purposes during the centuries and were recently reconstructed.