The pension is a five minute walk to a bus stop,
which can take you to one of the most romantic places in South Moravia in ten minutes.

If you prefer a car, you will arrive in Lednice, Valtic, or Mikulov in a few minutes. Those who really want to enjoy everything that the neighborhood offers, we recommend using bicycles. This is the only way to get to the sights such as Pohansko, Dianin Temple, Three Graces, Temple of Apollo, Minaret, Janohrad ... All bicycle paths are maintained and available at national and international Liechtenstein cycling routes and in neighboring Lower Austria.

The Neo-Gothic Church of the Visitation of the Virgin Mary from the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries built by Liechtenstein is situated in the suburb of Břeclav where the guest house is located.

In addition to the usual means of transport or bicycles, you can use the unusual way of transport - you can sail to the Pohansko mansion, which keeps excavations of the 9th century Great Moravian town. By boat you can also get to Lednice, you can sail through the old Dyje from Břeclav to the romantic ruins of Janohrad and from here to the Lednice chateau complex. You can also go back by boat on a reverse route or by a historical motorbike along the old line from Lednice to Břeclav. The railway station in the old station in Poštorná is only a 2-minute walk away.

Do not miss: Colonnade - Rajsna, Border Chateau, New Court, Three Graces, Dianin Temple - Randes-vous, Belveder, Jan's Castle, Pohansko, Hubert, Temple of Apollo, Obelisk, Lány ...

Lednice - An important wine-growing village in southern Moravia, remembered in written sources for the first time already in 1222 as the Zeman mansion. The Lednice-Valtice area, which belongs to Lednice, is listed in the UNESCO World Heritage List.

Lednice Chateau - Chateau with a large garden is one of the most beautiful complexes in the Czech Republic. Today's appearance was gained by the chateau during the extensive reconstruction of the middle of the 19th century. The reconstruction of the original Renaissance chateau from the 16th century, around which was already a large garden at that time. The chateau building is very richly neo-gothic decorated. Equally impressive is the decoration of interiors with carved cassette ceilings, original historical furniture, or a remarkable, 36-degree wooden staircase in the library that led to the Duke's Bedroom and was made without the use of a single nail. Marble fireplaces are built in most public spaces. On the right side of the chateau lies an extensive greenhouse built in 1834 and 1835. In the vicinity of the chateau is a large castle park built in the beginning of the 19th century. There are many rare trees, ponds and interesting buildings in the park: the Minaret from 1798, Jan's Castle - a pseudo-gothic imitation of the castle ruins, or the Hunting Lodge. Lednice Castle was registered in the UNESCO World Heritage list in May 1997.

Valtice - Valtice is a picturesque town, scented with wine and a breathtaking historical atmosphere. Valtic is a Baroque chateau with a chapel and church of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary. The village boasts the official title "the capital of wine".

Housed here is the National Wine Center, which runs a public tasting exhibition of the Czech Salon of Wines. We cordially recommend to all wine lovers to visit this salon, which is located in the wine cellars under the castle. There are two publicly accessible buildings in the Lednice-Valtice area: Colonnade at Reistno and Randes-vous.

Valtice Castle - A beautiful Baroque chateau, renovated as it was left in the 18th century by architect Johann Bernard of Erlach. Located on a slight hill behind the city square. The chateau is a three-storey four-winged building with horse stables, a riding hall, a gallery, a Rococo theater and a carriage house.

Two rectangular towers have been preserved since the renaissance period, leading from the low side wings to the courtyard with the main building. The front facade of the castle building is richly decorated, the central axis of the building is highlighted by the entrance portal and the tower. The richly furnished castle interiors have been upgraded until the 18th century.