Mikulov The Heart of Czech Wine Country
Often favoured by visitors with a more active approach to life, Mikulov has much to offer. Surrounded by idyllic countryside, crisscrossed by bicycle paths and marked hiking trails, and the nearby Nové Mlýny lakes, there is something for everyone to enjoy. After all that fresh air, a glass of wine will be more than welcome, and fortunately, Mikulov is the centre for Czech wine making. Due to a high concentration of limestone in the local soil, wine from this region has a unique character and distinct taste. If you like your wine with a side-serving of history, Mikulov Castle dates from the 1730s, and the Dietrichstein Tomb is the final resting place of a Bohemian noble family. Mikulov is also significant for its strong Jewish history. In the early 1800s Mikulov's Jewish Quarter was the largest in Moravia with half the town's inhabitants being of Jewish faith.
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