Firstly go and watch the oldest astronomical clock chime its hourly bells. This is found in Old Town Hall alongside a neoclassical theatre which is famous for hosting Mozart’s first performance. Visit Prague Castle, where you are presented with 360 degree, panoramic views as you stand tall over the city. Here you can watch the changeover of the guards and visit the stunning Royal Garden too. Not just a traditional city, Prague is very modernistic with art and design; visit the DOX Art gallery for masses of installations and contemporary art works. Oh why not try an escape room experience too.
Olmouc tourism is not a huge part of the economy, which makes it extremely enticing for people to visit. Soak up the culture and climb a bell tower at St Michael’s Church where the baroque interior will leave you entranced. Check out the Baroque Fountains, all six you can find near the Main Square with exquisite Roman themed sculptures. There are also modernistic fountains such as The Arion, portraying the legend of a poet and a dolphin. Taste some Olomoucke tvaruzky cheese locally produced in Lostice and visit St. Wenceslas Brewery which serves delicious Olomouc brewed beers.
The major city in Moravia is Brno which is cloaked in historical institutions and is a hub of culture. Undiscovered by hordes of tourists, the beautiful city offers you a true taste of real life. With trepidation and excitement in equal measure visit the cellars of Brno Underground to witness first-hand the largest ossuary in Europe, it is an impressive sight! One of the oldest theatres; The Mahen was the first to be lit by Thomas Edison’s electrical light bulbs and you can be enthralled by stunning operatic music. The Bauhaus architecture at Tugendhat Villa is also a ‘must’ tour to take.