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MORAVIA europe it’s time to “czech” out F carla hunt onsite review june 2011 For most visitors to the Czech Republic, almost all roads lead no farther than Prague, perhaps adding a day trip from the capital to the wondrous medieval town of Cesky Krumlov and/or a time-out for treatments in the pretty spa town of Marianske Lazne (a.k.a. Marienbad). All three lie in Bohemia, one of the Czech Republic’s two historic areas— the other being Moravia, a bucolic discovery-land of wine and wellness, castles and chateaux, folk culture and natural wonder that lies south and east from Prague. discovering its treasures On a recent trip, courtesy of Czech Tourism, our small press group took off from Prague to explore the “Treasures of Moravia,” where we made all sorts of “discoveries” that savvy-traveler clients will enjoy when really getting to know the country. For our first overnight, we headed through the lovely rolling countryside to Brno, the capital of the Moravian region, whose essential attractions fit quite naturally into an overland itinerary linking Prague and Vienna. Brno is a handsome and lively 62 february 2012 CZECH TOURISM

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Recommend February 2012

Editor's Notes/Agent Speak
Hotel Desk: The Lodge at Woodloch
Tour Talk: Swain Tours
Celebrity Silhouette
Savoring the Zulu Kingdom
The Falkland Islands-Nature's Last Stand
One Bal Harbour, Florida
Las Vegas Spa Retreats
Beaver Creek Lodge, Colorado
Bliss Springs Eternal at Esperanza
The Ritz-Carlton, Cancun
Time to "Czech" Out Moravia
Caribbean Uber-Luxe

Recommend February 2012