Places in the Czech Republic that made it onto the UNESCO World Heritage List

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Valtice Castle

It may not be one of the most barrier-free places in the Czech Republic, but Valtice Castle is definitely worth visiting and admire its beautiful architecture.

It looks impressive even from a distance. It is no wonder that this gem of the Lednice-Valtice area is listed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. The original castle from the 11th century became a castle in the period between the 17th and 18th centuries, which used to be the residence of the noble family of Liechtenstein.

Lednice Castle and surroundings

If you or someone close to you will be celebrating a birthday (like me), a trip like this is a great idea for a gift. I really enjoyed that week.

The Lednice-Valtice area, which has been on the UNESCO Heritage List since 1996, is considered to be the largest landscape area in Europe, beautifully modified by man.

Where to go in Kutná Hora, one of the most important Czech cities



Olomouc – the charming metropolis of Haná

If you have the opportunity to explore this university town, definitely do not miss such a trip.