Season: 1st April – 31st October   |    Price from: 179 €

This tour takes you to the UNESCO World Heritage sites of the Lednice and Valtice Castle, as well as Mikulov Castle – home of the one of the largest rennaisance barrels

  • Lednice Castle
  • Valtice Castle
  • Mikulov Castle
  • Czech Republic National Collection of Wine
  • The Large Barrel
  • Wine Tasting

Moravia region situated in eastern part of the Czech Republic is well known for its wonderful Castles and centuries-long wine producing tradition. This tour takes you to the UNESCO World Heritage sites of the Lednice and Valtice Castle, as well as Mikulov Castle – home of the one of the largest rennaisance barrels. You will see the fabulous fairytale rooms of the Lichtenstein family summer residence and enjoy the wine tasting in more than 200 years old wine cellars.

BOOKING IS POSSIBLE 24/7 FOR ALL THE TOURS

What to bring for the tours

  • Camera
  • Warm clothing – in case of cold weather
    (especially from Oct. to Apr.)
  • Good Shoes – especially if you’ll be hiking up to the cast le ruins!
  • Spending money – for lunch, souvenirs and any other tour add-ons you wish
  • Comfortable Clothing – for a day of touring!

Additional info

  • Tours operate in all weather conditions
  • Please note: From October 1 to March 31, we run a winter Schedule, some of the tours are slightly changed according to the opening times
Children 0-12 :
Students 13-17 :
Adults 18-59 :
Seniors 60+ :
Child seat free :
under 6 years or 140cm
Start time: 8 am - 10 am
* start time is approximate and will be specified in confirmation e-mail
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