Travellers to the Czech Republic will find the the Bohemian-Moravian Highlands, locally known as Vysocina, and are full of beauty and charm. These highlands are an extensive range of low hills and mountains stretching more than 150 kilometers along the northeasterly border between Moravia and Bohemia, with a number of holiday homes Vysocina in the area. Gentle rolling hills, many lakes, huge tracts of forests, charming farmsteads dotting the region, castles and valleys to explores, hiking routes, sporting facilities and panoramic views await holidaymakers who rent Vysocina holiday rentals.
What to see in Vysocina
There are a number of attractive towns and villages you can visit while in Vysocina holiday rentals, including sleepy Telc, one of the prettiest towns of the Czech Republic. The town has some of the best preserved Moravian and Bohemian Renaissance architecture, with the town centre listed as a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage site. A sixteenth century town square and surrounding fish ponds, as well as a château are the main attractions of the town.
Pelhrimov is a similarly small town with a compact historical centre and nice town square, and surrounding countryside that is wonderful for biking or hiking in the summer months while on your holiday in holiday homes Vysocina. The town of Nove Mesto na Morave has an EGU Brno test facility nearby, with a "Gyro Gearloose Tower" that is worth a look at. The nearby city of Trebic is one of the best-preserved Jewish towns with a number of Jewish and folklore festivals, country music festivals, classical music concerts and professional theatre festivals. Other towns worth a visit include Zdar nad Sazavou with it's fine pilgrimage church and the charming village of Velka Bites.
What to do in Vysocina
With a number of holiday homes Vysocina, you will be well-situated to explore curious peat bogs near Velke Darko, lose yourself in the forests of the Zakova mountain or climb rock formations such as 'The Four Sledgehammers' or 'Nine Rocks'. The beautiful landscapes of the Vysocina region that have inspired many artists also offers excellent cross-country skiing in winter, especially around Nove Mesto na Morave. Avid bikers can hit the trails from Jihlava to Raabs, an Austrian town. You can also enjoy a trip to Brno while you're at Vysocina holiday rentals. Brno is the capital of Moravia, with the must-visit UNESCO site villa Tugendhat.