Ostrava, the third largest city in the Czech Republic, is situated in the northeast of the country and forms the heart of the Moravian-Silesian region. It is located close to the Slovak and Polish borders on the banks of the Ostravice River and offers beautiful views of the Beskydy Mountains.
Museums have been established where mines once stood. This industrial heritage presents the city with outstanding architectural jewels. In addition to technological sites of interest, the city also offers visitors a number of other cultural and historically attractive places, which allow people to enjoy pleasant days full of unforgettable experiences. The city is an important thoroughfare and is very easily accessible by car, rail, and air. Accommodation and dining are tailored to meet the expectations of even the most demanding guests.
You can expect a level of comfort and care you will remember long after your return home. Traditional Czech hospitality is well known, as is the excellent local cuisine. You will be attracted by the taste and aroma of meals known to you, as well as those unknown – specialties typical just for this region.