Treat yourself to a romantic St. Martin's weekend in Olomouc and taste young Moravian wines! The first bottles of young wine will be opened on 11 November at 11 o'clock and 11 minutes on Dolní náměstí/square. In addition to several dozen samples of St. Martin's wines, there will also be regional products, metal fireplaces and an accompanying programme with music and a fire show.
The unusual environment of the hotel is created by original design furniture in retro style and artworks of Moravian artists. Each room has free Wi-Fi, satellite TV, telephone, air conditioning, minibar, safe and bathroom. Guests can enjoy a restaurant and a lobby bar, among other facilities. There is a car parking and public transport stops right in front of the hotel.
The city offers a wide range of historical monuments, including a UNESCO sculpture, romantic streets and corners, parks and gardens, plenty of entertainment and delicious food and drink. It's no coincidence that Olomouc is called "Little Prague". Here you don't have to worry about crowds and exorbitant prices. Olomouc offers high quality accommodation and gastronomy.
The university town of Olomouc is the largest urban conservation area in the Czech Republic after Prague. Olomouc's landmark, the Holy Trinity Column, has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2000. The Lonely Planet tourist guide even named Olomouc as No. 1 of the 50 Secret Gems of Europe.
In The New York Times article titled “6 Places in Europe Offering Shelter from the Crowds”, the US paper is recommending the best alternative to Prague: Olomouc.
“Unlike Prague, it still has relatively few tourists. Home to 100,000 permanent residents and 21,000 university students, Olomouc offers a small-scale taste of Prague’s history and architecture, as well as plenty of college-town fun and great places to eat and drink,” writes Evan Rail for the Times.