Dolni Morava Vacation Packages
Prague, which is the national capital, is located 100 miles (161 kilometers) west of Dolni Morava.
Of course, visiting just one place, no matter how popular, can only ever give you a glimpse into the wider personality of a region. So try to set aside some time to tour the Czech Republic's other attractions. Jesenik and Usti nad Orlici are two more places worth visiting while you're in the Czech Republic.
Approximately 35 miles (56 kilometers) to the northwest of Dolni Morava is Nachod, an important regional city and the home of Nachod Castle, Karlovo Square and Nachod Tourist Information Centre. New Town Hall, Masaryk Square and Dobrosov World War II Bunker and Fortress are good places to visit.
Visitors with an interest in history will enjoy the region's fabulous ruins, historic bridges and castles. The best places for travelers to visit when they arrive in a new place are the spots that offer a snapshot of the culture. Don't skip the Czech Republic's art museums, theaters and art galleries.
There can be times when the best way to see a place is by hiring local guides. This region offers some interesting city walking tours, segway tours and winery tours. When you need a break, have a go at picnicking or cycling.
At the end of your adventure in Dolni Morava, use the last of your Czech korunas on last-minute souvenirs and bid a fond Ahoj (farewell).
Accommodation in Dolni Morava
Accommodation options in Dolni Morava tend to be quite limited. View the current range on Expedia's easy-to-use Dolni Morava hotels page.