South Moravia, the southern wine region of the Czech Republic, is the largest wine region in the country. It is a stroll in the town and comes to the Loucky klaster comprehensive wine culture experience center, which is also a popular tourist attraction in the area. After tasting two wines, tasting wine glasses and visiting the wine museum, the collection showcases wine-making equipment, as well as the history of wine culture from ancient times to the present, and notes the Czech grape-growing region. The paintings in the museum show the Czechs' understanding and humor about the wine culture. Many people have a lot of brains. The original sense of humor of the Czechs is so interesting...
Tasting in the wine tasting center The four wines, from sweet to sweet one by one, are basically white wines that girls love to drink. The last favorite drink is the expensive rot of Italian ice wine. The taste of expensive rot is really sweet and sweet... it makes people feel good for a long time.
Znojmo, a medieval town in the southern Moravian region of Czech Republic, has to go to the local museums in history. This time, two punches were made:
1. Medieval museum, you can see the ancient times of the town. The map of the position has been a traffic fortress since ancient times. The most attractive thing is the European Crusaders armor and weapons in the collection. Explain that my sister is trying to understand the feeling of the cold weapon era. We are allowed to wear helmets and armor, put on gloves and then raise the sword and cry. It is. The heroic and good warfare of the ancient people, after wearing this body, the experience is profound, the short-handed, struggling to kill is not a vain name, respect them as a man
2. Nativity Scene Museum, you can see Going back to the earliest centuries of coins, you can also create a coin of your own; from ancient times, Christmas is of a different degree, and people celebrate this holiday with a variety of Christmas items.
In the southern Czech Republic, Znojmo, a medieval town in South Moravia, is not enough to describe it in romantic terms. Completely preserved medieval buildings, winding gray stone streets, colorful houses, design-filled corners, every street detail quietly reveals the city's innate elegance, rated as the most beautiful five One of the towns has also won the reputation of "Little Prague".
A small town surrounded by mountains and waters, located on the rocky hills of the Thaya River, on the Czech-Austrian border. In ancient times, due to the terrain and the rich land, in the Middle Ages it was an important town connecting the roads of Prague and Vienna. It was also a military fortress at that time. The barriers in the city have been holding positions for centuries. The brick red roof is under cloudy and night. Still glamorous and dazzling.