• Location: Brno, Czech Republic
  • Duration: Flexible
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Discover the beauty and wine country of South Moravia on a day trip from Brno. Travel with a driver-guide into this lush wine region and visit the UNESCO-listed Lednice-Valtice Cultural Landscape, a swathe of gardens, 19th-century chateaus and pavilions. See the Valtice and Lednice chateaus, and visit the National Wine Centre to learn about the country’s top-rated wines. After a 2-course lunch, continue to the wine town of Mikulov where cobbled squares and wineries await. Numbers are limited to 15 people for a personalized experience.


  • South Moravia wine day trip from Brno by air-conditioned minivan
  • Admire the rolling countryside of South Moravia, a leading Czech wine region
  • Learn about South Moravia’s wines from an expert guide
  • See the chateaus and parks of the UNESCO-protected Lednice-Valtice Cultural Landscape
  • Learn about top Czech wines and enjoy a 2-course lunch at the National Wine Centre
  • Visit the postcard-pretty wine town of Mikulov
  • Small-group tour limited to 15 people for personalized attention from a driver-guide

What You Can Expect

South Moravia Wine Day Trip from Brno

Explore South Moravia

Depart central Brno and travel south by air-conditioned minivan into South Moravia, famous through the centuries as a wine-producing region. Along the way, admire the lush countryside and vine-coated hills, and hear interesting background to the region’s wine industry from your driver-guide.

Arrive at the UNESCO-listed Lednice-Valtice Cultural Landscape, a complex of glorious parkland replete with two historical chateaux, follies, ponds and pavilions. Learn how the park was created by the Dukes of Liechtenstein between the 17th and 19th centuries, and head inside the Baroque Lednice and Valtice chateaux to admire their opulent interiors.

Next, pay a visit to the cellars of the Valtice chateau to explore the National Wine Centre, a showcase of some of the country’s highest rated wines. View the exhibitions to learn about the different varieties, and enjoy some optional tastings.

Stay on at the Centre to enjoy a delicious 2-course lunch, and then stroll around the magnificent gardens, seeing grandiose follies and buildings such as the Three Graces, Reistna Colonnade and the Border Chateau.

After a break for coffee, continue to the wine town of Mikulov, the historical seat of the Dietrichstein dynasty. Enjoy time to discover Mikulov’s cobbled squares and wineries before a scenic drive over the Palava hills brings you back to Brno, where you trips ends at the starting point.

Customer Reviews


5 star rating: Highly Recommended September 2016

Jana, our tour guide, took us on a wonderful tour of the area. We got to see castles, chateaus, forts and amazing gardens with canals and minarets. We also had a delicious lunch in a lovely Czech restaurant. We loved the extensive range of wines at the Voltice National Czech Republic Salon and having our own English speaking Somnelier to give us a little background on a few. Each year they chose 100 best wines from The Republic to put in the salon for display and tasting - excellent marketing and promotion. Jana ended the day by taking us for some local Burcak, which we had heard about and is only available during harvesting of the grapes. What a lovely day


3 star rating: Worth doing August 2016

She tried her best but she was a novice and the tour was less than expected.

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