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Moravian Karst - breathtaking caves, sport and adventures
The Moravian Karst, located in the north of South Moravia, is one of the most beautiful and famous karst regions in Czech Republic.
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Lednice–Valtice Cultural Landscape - corporate event in a heart of South Moravia
On the right bank of Thaya river, few kilometres East from the beautiful Mikulov city, you can find a stunning example of architecture, nature and history weaving together to impress the present: Lednice–Valtice Area.
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Olomouc - the baroque city in the center of Moravia
In the middle on Haná region, on the confluence of Morava and Bystřička rivers lies the city of Olomouc, where rich history and modern ambition goes hand in hand. Situated in the middle of Moravia, Olomouc became one of the centres of the region, with its culture, art and history fascinating thousands of tourists each year. Its beautiful baroque architecture was awarded a place in the UNESCO World Heritage list.
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Mikulov
With its location about 18 km from the Austrian border, Mikulov is the perfect city to start if you want to explore South Moravia and Lower Austria regions. Surrounding hills give you and the city’s over 7 thousand inhabitants many great opportunities for hiking and other recreational activities in the nature.
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City of Brno
Brno is the second largest city in Czech Republic and also administrative and business centre of South Moravia. Its location connects cities such as Prague, Bratislava, Vienna or Ostrava and it is easily accessible from highway. This makes the city a logical choice to organize corporate events and conferences of companies, whose employees or business partners are arriving at the event from all over the Czech Republic or abroad. 
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Capital Prague
Prague the capital city of Czech Republic, is known as the heart of Europe and home of many UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites. Any architecture, history and gastronomy lover can’t miss visiting this breathtaking city.
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Karlovy Vary - Carlsbad
Karlovy Vary (or Carlsbad) a unique city on the confluence of the Ohře and Teplá rivers is famous for its International Film Festival and long-time spa tradition. Visitors come to Karlovy vary to enjoy relaxing spa treatments, admire opulent architecture and taste traditional and modern gastronomy. In a city of less than 50 thousand inhabitants, almost every second property belongs to the inhabitants of Russia or former USSR countries.
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Pilsen the city of delicious beer and great hockey
The city of Pilsen (Plzeň) with its 170 thousand inhabitants is the fourth biggest city in Czech Republic. Mentioned in the written records for the first time at the end of 10th century, it a place where great gastronomy, quality high education and culture meet. In 2015 Pilsen became the European capital of culture.
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Vienna - beautiful architecture and a melting pot of different cultures
Christmas markets, beautiful architecture and a melting pot of different cultures. All of that in one city just few kilometers from Czech Republic. Vienna is one the most visited cities in the world, and rightfully so. Its historical, architectural and cultural uniqueness was awarded in 2001, when the city center was added to the list of UNESCO´s World Heritage List.
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Český Krumlov
Český Krumlov, a picturesque town in the south of Bohemia, stands out thanks to its architecture and stunning natural surroundings. It is one of the most visited places in Czech Republic and its beauty is recognized also internationally. In 2008 the survey of the prestigious National Geographic magazine it ranked 16th among the most beautiful places in the world. The center of Český Krumlov has been included in UNESCO World Heritage list since 1992.
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Bratislava - a thousand-year-old city on the Danube river
Bratislava, the city above the Danube river, has more than one thousand years of history and a majestic castle. The picturesque city center invites everyone to discover its secrets and enjoy all the little adventures it has to offer. Quick pace of the modern world is just a few streets away replaced by a nostalgic calm and quiet, reminder of all the history that happened in the narrow and crooked streets of the “Old City”.  
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