City Blansko

Blansko was established as the settlement (Old Blansko) on the right bank of the river Svitava. First written reference to Blansko dates back to the year 1141, when we can see the name of Blansko in one of the documents of Olomouc bishop Jindřich... more

City Boskovice

First references about Boskovice we can trace in the written documents from second half of the 15th century. In the hard times, Jewish settlement was established, becoming later on one of the most important communities in Moravia. Since the mid... more

Boskovice Castle

Near city center, at the foot of castle hill you can find Empire castle. The building is sensitively surrounded by the complex of parks and gardens. The castle was built in the years 1819 – 1826 by the house of Dietrichstein as their residence at... more

The Ruins of Boskovice Castle

On the boundary of Malá Haná (Little Haná) and Drahanská vrchovina (Drahanská Highlands) up on the hill of 460 meters above sea level rises a romantic ruin of Gothic-Renaissance Boskovice castle. History of the castle dates back to the mid... more

Castle Lysice

Today castle of Lysice was preceded by the 15th century fortress, rebuilt into a Renaissance castle in the first half of 17th century. After the year 1730 the castle was reshaped into Baroque style. The last aristocratic owner of the castle at... more

Small town Sloup

This picturesque little town forms the northern gateway to the Moravian Karst. It is famous both for the Sloupsko-šošůvské Caves, with their rich stalactite and stalagmite decoration and deep gorges, and as a place of pilgrimage. Every year... more

Moravian Karst

One of the most important and frequently visited karst area in Central Europe. It contains more than 11 000 recorded caves, of which four are open to the public. The renowned gorge Macocha and the famous Punkevní Cave are also found here.... more

Castle Rájec nad Svitavou

In the outskirts of Rájec nad Svitavou, in the small uphill, is the Classicist castle of the same name, inspired by French architecture of Louis XVI. The castle was build according to the commands of the count Antonín Salm-Reifferscheidt in years... more

Smeltery (Metallurgical Mill) Frances “Františka”

Operated between 1754 – 1877. This sightseeing place of state technical reservation is situated in the Josefov valley (“Josefovské údolí”) near Adamov. The dominant is high wood-coal iron furnace. The exposition is accompanied by two... more

The ruin of The New Castle

you can find on the hill close to Adamov. The castle is gradually repairing. In its area you can visit contemporary fairs, the fencers performance and other attractions for tourists.... more