Breclav Vacation Packages
From Breclav, Prague is approximately 140 miles (225 kilometers) to the northwest from here and Bratislava, Slovakia is 45 miles (72 kilometers) to the south.
The old towers and castles in Breclav are well worth discovering. Perhaps you can sense the fading ghosts of almost-forgotten aristocrats when you listen to the stories of the Pohansko Castle or the Breclav Castle.
A place of worship, one of the more popular of the many historic attractions in this city, is the Chapel of St. Rochus. Visit the site to learn about its symbolic significance and then take your time to admire the architecture.
Set aside some time for the Municipal Museum and Gallery, one of the most interesting museums in Breclav. For those who love galleries and art museums, this is a great place to enjoy the atmosphere and learn more about art and history.
Once you’ve ticked off all the main spots on the Breclav tourist trail, spend a little time at these four lesser known gems. The Resurrection Chapel, The Resurrection Chapel, the Breclav Synagogue and the Lednice-Valtice Complex are perfect spots to cap off your adventures in this colorful destination.