Czech Republic


The town and municipal reserve of Štramberk earned its nickname through its location and its unique collection of eightieth and nineteenth-century timber houses.

Stramberk The town nicknamed ‘Moravian Bethlehem’

The picturesque town of Štramberk lies in the Moravian-Silesia region of the country and is dominated by the imposing hilltop Truba castle tower, which overlooks the town. Štramberk is the ideal place to wander around while taking in the quaint wooden houses on the slopes of the surrounding hillsides, the town square with its distinctive town houses and the narrow winding lanes leading off the square. Many visitors make their way up the hill to the castle, where the views from the top are breathtaking, both of the town and of the surrounding countryside. One of the town’s best kept secrets has nothing to do with history, but is a sweet dessert called “Štramberk Ears”, which is on sale throughout the town and is the perfect pick-me-up. So, if having a great walk followed by fantastic views from on high is your thing, then there are few better places to do this than in Štramberk.

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