Moravian Silesian Vacations
From Moravian Silesian, Prague is approximately 170 miles (274 kilometers) to the west from here and Krakow, Poland is 80 miles (129 kilometers) to the east.
If you are looking for a little history, schedule a visit to the museums and cultural attractions in the Moravian Silesian region. Two not-to-be-missed cultural and historical highlights in Moravian Silesian are the Beskydy Museum and the thought-provoking Frenstat pod Radhostem Museum. The Reeve's House Museum and the Tatra Technical Museum are two other fascinating places to explore.
Moravian Silesian boasts many fine public squares and spaces. Spend an afternoon at Frenstat pod Radhostem Town Square, Svoboda Square and Frydecka Square and you’ll soon understand why these spots are so loved by Moravian Silesian residents.
If you’re in Moravian Silesian, plan a visit to some of its most popular attractions for children. Make your way to Aquapark, Monkey Rope Centre and if you have the time, Aquacentrum Olesna, fun-filled attractions for children of all ages.
Sometimes dramatic, sometimes romantic, the fortresses and castles in this region are always worthwhile to tour. The historic Frydek Castle, a local icon, shows where local rulers lived in well-guarded quarters and protected their villagers from the enemy.
An old religious gathering place, among the most popular of the many heritage sites here, is the Basilica of the Visitation of the Virgin Mary. Visit this special place to discover its history as well as to study its design.
There’s no reason not to work on your average when travelling in Moravian Silesian; visit Prosper Golf Club, home to the fastest greens, nastiest bunkers and friendliest clubhouse in the area. Tee off down the excellent fairways, attack the bunkers, then enjoy sharing stories with local and visiting golf nuts in the clubhouse bar.
Slip back through the mists of time at St. Hubertus Chapel; one of the most fascinating remnants of days gone by in Moravian Silesian. Enquire about a guided tour, get some pictures and deepen your knowledge of the local history.
Moravian Silesian is one of those places that reveals its hidden gems to visitors prepared to explore a little deeper. No mater how many fabulous sights you’ve managed to fit into your schedule, no vacation in this city would be complete without paying a visit to the Church of St. John the Baptist, the Town Hall Tower, the Church of St. Martin and the Church of St. John and St. Paul.