Lednice–Valtice Cultural Landscape and visit of Moravian wine cellar
Lednice-Valtice Cultural Landscape
The Lednice-Valtice Cultural Landscape measures 300km2, making it the largest manmade landscape in the world. This unique place was created in harmony with nature by the Liechtenstein aristocratic family over the course of a century. The park here, surrounding both chateaux, is one of the most luxurious landscapes in Europe. You can admire the landscaped countryside here with its many fishponds covered with water lilies, green forests, meadows full of flowers and rare tree species. To please and surprise the guests, Viennese architects incorporated many small romantic buildings into the landscape, which lend the place a unique character. You can thus climb to the top of a minaret that is 60 m high, which offers an unforgettable view over the whole complex, have a pleasant picnic by the “Rendez-vous” hunting chateau or take a trip on a boat right up to the ruins of “John’s Castle”. If you enjoy cycling, you can take a leisurely trip through the chateau park here by bike.