Lednice (Czech pronunciation: [ˈlɛdɲɪtsɛ]; German: Eisgrub) is a village in South Moravia in the Czech Republic. In 1996 it was inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List (together with the twin manor of Valtice) as "an exceptional example of the designed landscape that evolved in the Enlightenment and afterwards under the care of a single family." It contains a palace and the largest park in the country, which covers 200 km².
Restaurants in Lednice
4.5 based on 470 reviews
In the Czech Republic's countryside sits Lednice Castle. Not only is it interesting, it also has lovely Gardens and amazing green house containing exotic plants. It also has a minaret -- apparently built by the owner because the local authorities would not let him build what he wanted to build. Definitely worth a visit.
4 based on 135 reviews
In Valtice there is a Castle (Chateau). There is also Baroque theater in this castle. A nice girl made us here. I was surprised that the seats in the auditorium did not have backs. In my opinion, it's because people are not here to rest, but they're focused on the game. On the stage, it was interesting to see the backdrop.
5 based on 105 reviews
Nice walk on sunny days, about 0.7 km. I would not recommend for people with small children or elderly. It is up the hill and terrain is uneven, many steps. Nice view of Mikulov.
4.5 based on 90 reviews
Was impressed by the huge park that surrounds Lednice castle. You can easily spend a full day there just strolling on the alleys or enjoying the attractions. We spent couple of hours looking for wild strawberries and cherries, eating directly from the trees, enjoying the peaceful green that surrounded us and remembering childhood moments.
5 based on 1 reviews
Ve vinotéce mají lahvová, ale i rozlévaná vína, ale hlavně jsou na klidném místě, trochu stranou od hlavní silnice. Vaše děti se občerství taky a navíc si mohou pohrát venku beze strachu z projíždějících aut.
4.5 based on 37 reviews
Great place to admire the view of the Lednice-Valtice-Mikulov area. There is a small car park a very short stroll away. For a small fee you can climb up the spiral staircase and admire the surrounding country side. The ticket lady offers also a small selection of wines for tasting. So what's not to like? :o)
After that you can join the 5km long so called barefoot trail along the well marked route. The trail leads you past vineyards along the Czech-Austrian border with great views.
There are eleven stations located along this round route, which are intended to provide different sensory impressions when walking barefoot (on pebbles, pinecones, mud etc). Hence the name of this trail. Perfect for children.
5 based on 45 reviews
Our first Escape room game. Great! Good story behind. All tasks in perfect and logical order. Various kinds of codes. Looking forward our next game.
4.5 based on 77 reviews
Formed in 2000, this non-profit industry has tasting rooms and courses on wine and wine tasting.
Would have been nice but they did not have English tours unless pre-arranged with an English speaking sommelier (500 Kc) or on Saturday's for group of 10 minimum. No English flyers either. It was interesting looking inside the wine cellar but could not experience this.
4 based on 65 reviews
The whole area of Lednice/Valtice is full of nice places likes this small castle in the woods which are perfect for a bike trip. There are several stands arround the castle where you can get some soda or beer, even something small to eat. Be prepared to follow the bike route markings carefully, otherwise you can get lost easily. I also recommend to visit the nearby places Rendezvous, Three graces and Apollo's temple.
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