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Lednice Castle

Lednice Castle with its large English park is one of the most beautiful complexes in the Czech Republic. The whole estate was acquired by the Liechtensteins in 1249 and belonged to them for almost 700 years. The chateau building acquired its present appearance during an extensive reconstruction in the mid-19th century in a style imitating English Tudor Gothic. This was a reconstruction of the original Renaissance chateau from the 16th century, around which there was already a large garden. The chateau underwent a significant modification at the end of the 17th century, when it was adapted to the Baroque style according to the plans of the important Italian architect Domenico Martinelli, then based in Vienna, and Jan Bernhard Fischer of Erlach.

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The Minaret lookout tower was built directly in the Lednice Castle Park about 2 km north of the castle itself. Two paths lead to it around the Castle Pond. You can get here not only by a pleasant walk, but also by boat on the Dyje and by horse-drawn carriage.

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Temple of Appolón

The Temple of Apollo stands on a hill above the Mill Pond, on the red hiking trail connecting Lednice with Valtice, about 3 km from Lednice.

Border mansion

The border between the Moravian Margraviate and Lower Austria passed through the centre of the Border Chateau in the times of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, as evidenced by the inscription on the facade: "Between Austria and Moravia".

Pond mansion

The Pond Chateau is located about 2 km south of Lednice on the northern shore of Prostřední Pond. It is accessible from Bezručova aleja - the link between Lednice and Valtice, before the road passes along the dam between Hlohovecky and Prostřední rybník. From the road, where the information board stands, a road made of concrete panels leads to the castle.

Three Graces

The Temple of the Three Graces is located about 5 km northeast of Valtice. Athena, Aphrodite and Artemis.

Chapel of St. Hubert

The Chapel of St. Hubert is located on the red marked hiking trail between Lednice and Valtice, about 3 km northeast of Valtice, and is freely accessible to the public. This neo-Gothic building was built in 1855. The construction work was carried out by the builder Poppelack. The triangular, open-arched chapel was built of sandstone blocks and vaulted with a net rib vault, which bears a triangular helmet ending with a cross flower.

Valtice Castle

If the Liechtensteins used the castle in Lednice as a "cottage", the one in Valtice served them as a "family residence". A residence of considerable size! In the four-winged building of Valtice Castle there are over a hundred majestic rooms. Nowadays, it takes at least half a day to explore the Baroque mansion, the surrounding park and the pleasant wine bar on the premises. And only seventeen rooms are open. Their baroque and rococo furnishings, however, give an almost 100% idea of how the wealthy nobility lived in the 17th and 18th centuries.

John's Castle

Janohrad is located about 4 km east of Lednice, on the bank of the Stara Dyje River. It is possible to get here either from the castle waterworks by local boat transport or on foot - from the bridge between Podivín and Lednice along the Stara Dyje or through the park. Horse-drawn carriages also travel along the paths of the castle park. There are also cycling paths leading to Jan's Castle.

New yard

Nový dvůr is located near Prostřední and Mlýnský Pond, about 3 km south of Lednice. It is accessible by the red hiking trail connecting Lednice with Valtice. Currently, horses are kept here and the interiors are not open to the public.

Colonnade on Reistna

The colonnade at Reistna is located about 2 km southwest of Valtice. It is open to the public as a viewpoint, but only during visiting hours. Access is by the red tourist trail or from the parking lot about 500 m away from the Colonnade.


Pohansko is located about 3 km south of Breclav. A nature trail and a green marked hiking trail lead through it. The building was designed by the inventor of the pencil Josef Hardmuth and was realized at the beginning of the 19th century. The pavilion with its massive side arcades is decorated with sculptural reliefs of hunting scenes and scenes from ancient mythology.

Randez - vous

The empire chateau Randez-vous, also known as the Temple of Diana, is located about 3 km northeast of Valtice. It was built in 1812 by John I of Liechtenstein.

Chateau wine cellars Valtice

The wine town of Valtice is situated in one of the most picturesque parts of South Moravia, on the very border with Austria. Valtice is dominated by the Church of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary and a Baroque chateau with a chapel where numerous concerts are held.


Belveder Castle is located about 1 km north of Valtice. A 250 m long unmarked paved road leads directly to the building. The building was built on Fox Hill in 1802 by Josef Hardmuth in the Empire style. The prince wished to build a "nice pheasantry".


The Lány Chateau is located in the Soutok Forest, near the Czech-Austrian border. It can be found about 7 km south of Breclav in a stand of intact floodplain forests in the area of the confluence of the rivers Morava and Dyje.


The obelisk (called Facka) is located in a fenced forest about 3 km north of Lednice, halfway between Lednice and Přítluky. The gate to the preserve is at the road from Lednice to Podivín.

Hunting lodge

The Hunting Chateau is located about 2 km east of Lednice on the yellow hiking trail connecting Lednice and Podivín, about 500 m from Janohrad. It was built between 1805 and 1806 according to the designs of the architect Josef Hardmuth.

Aqualand Moravia

Aqualand Moravia in Pasohlávky is a 25-minute drive from Lednice. Aqualand Moravia is the most modern aquatic entertainment centre in the Czech Republic, located in a tourist location in southern Moravia with a beautiful view of the Pálava Mountains. Children and adults alike will have endless fun here.

Rope centre Breclav - Hájenka Park

The family park Hájenka offers the only rope park in the Lednice-Valtice area. It is situated in the beautiful surroundings of the unspoilt nature of the Valtice Forest. Its location is in the immediate vicinity of the town of Breclav, 6 km from the town of Valtice and 7 km from Lednice.