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Bystřice pod Hostýnem lies at the foot of the Hostýn Hills at an altitude of 308 m above sea level. Nearby is the pilgrimage site Svatý Hostýn. The first mention of Bystřice pod Hostýnem is from 1368. In 1861, Michael Thonet founded his factory for the production of bentwood furniture in Bystřice.Zoom out to see other webcams around this camera. Town Bystřice pod Hostýnem.
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The most beautiful part of Moravia is located in the Zlín Region. Here you will find pilgrimage church sites, unique cultural attractions, as well as preserved original nature. The Zlín Region in the western part is formed by lowlands around the largest river in the Moravian region. The Hornomoravský and Dolnomoravský valleys separate the forested hilly Chřiby with the highest point Brdo (587 m above sea level). The northern part of the region consists of Hostýnské vrchy. In the eastern part, bordering Slovakia, you can visit Javorníky and the White Carpathians, where the highest peak is Velká Javořina (970 m above sea level).
Tourists often visit the Zlín region because of the spa, the most famous and very beautiful are Luhačovice. There are also spas in Ostrožská Nová Ves, Lázně Kostelec and others can be found on the northern edge of Zlín. Luhačovice is a spa town famous for its freely accessible natural healing springs, favorable climatic conditions and rich cultural and social life. Luhačovice offers its visitors a wide range of therapeutic, relaxation and wellness stays.
The largest city and seat of the Zlín Region is Zlín - Baťa City. Zlín has an industrial tradition and interesting functionalist architecture. Families with children will certainly visit the Zoo or the amusement park Galaxie. The ZOO in Zlín-Lešná is the most popular place for tourists in the entire Zlín region. It is located in a beautiful park with a romantic castle Lešná. The whole area is divided according to continents. An attractive novelty for visitors is the Bay of Stingrays - a unique exhibition in the whole of Europe.
The beautiful town of this region is certainly Kroměříž, the former residence of the archbishops of Olomouc. Kroměříž is called Haná Athens due to its unique monuments and rich cultural life. Unique monuments brought fame to Kroměříž, especially the Archbishop's Castle and the Květná and Podzámecká Gardens. Both are inscribed on the UNESCO World Cultural and Natural Heritage List. The Kroměříž Flower Garden is a unique gem of garden architecture, one of the few gardens in Europe that has retained its original form from the time of its creation.
Other places in this region are also interesting. Buchlov Castle is a national cultural monument located in the Chřiby Mountains and is the second most visited monument in the Zlín Region. The medieval, never conquered castle is one of the largest and oldest manors in the Czech Republic.
Some tips for castles in the Zlín region: Zlín, Lešná, Buchlovice, Chropyně, Holešov, Napajedla, Vizovice and Vsetín. The Buchlovice Baroque chateau from the turn of the 17th and 18th centuries is one of the most important Baroque aristocratic residences in our country.
A great attraction is the Wallachian Open-Air Museum Rožnov pod Radhoštěm is a national cultural monument. It is the largest and oldest open-air museum in Central Europe with more than a hundred listed buildings. Another place where many tourists and visitors go is an important Marian pilgrimage site Hostýn - a mountain in the Hostýn Hills. The dominant feature is the Basilica of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary.
Lovers of water sports will also find theirs here - Baťa's canal is interesting not only for paddlers. The Baťa canal is a historic waterway used today for tourist purposes. The Morava River are bordered by a cycle path more than 80 km long from Kroměříž to Hodonín. It is followed by trails and routes in the area, including the Moravian Wine Trails. The bike path is ideal for families with children, seniors and can also be used by skaters and tourists.
You can also visit aqua parks, for example in Uherské Hradiště and Valašské Meziříčí.