Reveal beauty of this UNESCO listed historical town and former capital of silver, which helped to ensure the boom of Czech Kingdom in Gothic times. See places like St. Barbara Cathedral, unique Ossuary at Sedlec, Italian Court, Museum of Silver, Jesuit College, incredible Dacicky House and the old town in general.
Break your journey at Olomouc, where history has always gone hand in hand with its people. It was an ecclesiastical metropolis and capital of Moravia, where you can admire today a giant Trinity Column, Town Hall or the St. Vaclav Cathedral, by which our last king from Premyslid dynasty was assassinated in 1306.
Explore this lovely town established in 1107 as a market place at the crossroad of trading routes, whose development was much influenced by the Olomouc bishops - where the Chateau was their summer residence and also later in 1848 by transfering over the important Constituent Assembly of the Austrian Monarchy.
Landek is a globally famous location from the point of view of geology, archaeology, history, natural science and mining studies. Combination of mining museum as a technological monument and the Landek hill as a national natural monument with its rich flora and fauna adds uniqueness and attraction to the area.
All over the world, Auschwitz has become a symbol of terror, genocide and the Holocaust. It was established by German's in 1940, in the suburbs of Oswiecim - Polish city that was annexed to the Third Reich by Nazis. Its name was changed to Auschwitz, which also became the name of the concentration camp.