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Brno

The second largest city in the Czech Republic, in Southern Moravia. Although the city is famous for its trade fairs and for its motorcycling Grand Prix, it is also an interesting tourist destination. In this city you will find interesting Art Nouveau houses, Gothic and Baroque churches, all Summer long techno raves but without the hordes of tourists. If you like the crowds, go to Prague; but if you want to know how Czechs live, go to Brno.

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Morava

South-East Moravia a land of rich history, architectural treasures, folk traditions, pleasant climate, great wine and hospitality. The mild weather and southern slopes exposed to the sun provide rich crops of delicious grapes.

Detva

Logging and wood processing, sheep breeding and peasantry had been the main source of bread and butter of the Detvans. Hard living conditions and self-sufficiency in providing of basic living needs determined the formation of the original material and spiritual culture of local inhabitants.

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Bratislava

Bratislava’s location on the banks of the River Danube and at the crossroads of ancient trading routes right at the heart of Europe predestined it to become a meeting point of various cultures.Bratislava is one of the youngest capitals in Europe and few people know that during the time it was called Pressburg it was one of the most important cities in the Austro-Hungarian Empire. The rich mix of cultures and nations left its mark in the customs, cuisine and lifestyle.

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