Visit Konopiste Castle - the last residence of famous Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria who was assassinated in Sarajevo in 1914 what triggered off the World War I. See the interiour including rooms of Franz's family, watch a bear in the castle's moat, peacocks in the rose garden and relax by strolling around.
Break your journey and visit the fairy tale Castle of Hluboka - place owned by the Schwarzenberg family from 1661 and where they lived until the beginning of the World War II. Admire its elegant interiour including the representation rooms, wood carving decorations and strall through its pretty extensive park.
Explore this amazing medieval town with its original atmosphere, history and picturesque architecture. It is listed in UNESCO World Heritage since 1992 and also the most visited place in Czech after the Prague. Walk its neat cobblestone streets, have a view from the castle or find your souvenir in one of small cozy shops.
Experience Hallstatt - the oldest village in Austria, being settled already during the Bronze Age and known for its production of salt dating back to prehistoric times - therefore the oldest salt mine in the world. Whole village is beautifully set by the scenic Hallstatt Lake and surrounded by a mighty mountain range.
Discover the very top of 1881 metres heigh Kehlstein Peak, where the Third Reich era building was built in 1938 and widely used as a place for goverment and social meetings exclusively by members of the Nazi party. Adolf Hitler visited this place 14 times but he dislike its location due to his fear of heights.