Lednice-Valtice Cultural Landscape is with the size of 283 square kilometers the largest European cultural-natural complex. Located near Břeclav in the South Moravian Region, not far from Austrian borders, it consists of two monumental chateaux surrounded by splendid gardens (Lednice and Valtice), beautiful hunting lodges, gorgeous small buildings and unforgettable lookouts. The complex is registered in the list of monuments protected as World Heritage Sites by UNESCO.
Principal villages for the unique complex are Valtice, Lednice and Hlohovec, all located in Břeclav district. There are many important buildings in the complex: Chateau Lednice, Chateau Valtice, Border House, Pond House, Pohansko, Hunting Lodge, The Colonnade, Belvedere, Rendezvous, St. Hubert Chapel, Temple of the Three Graces, New Farm, Apollo Temple, John’s Castle, Minaret, Obelisk and Lány. There are also other significant landscape units: forest of Boří and ponds of Lednice consisting of five ponds – Hlohovecký, Mlýnský, Nesyt, Prostřední and Zámecký.
As for the access within the area, there are several hiking trails, bicycle paths and other trails in the area. The complex is ideal for wine connoisseurs, sights lovers or bike enthusiasts.