Slovakia - A land of wine. Have you heard this assertion before? If not, let's discover the most popular Slovak wine regions.

Although Slovakia is not home to the legendary Mount Ararat, where Noah landed with his ark carrying a vine, its winegrowing heritage dates back to the times well before Christ. Wine was relished by Celts and Romans, as well as Svatopluk, the Great Moravian monarch. Modern Slovak wine has its roots set deep in the past.
Nowadays, Slovak winegrowing territory is divided into six regions that are further divided into forty winegrowing subregions and 603 winegrowing municipalities. Each of the regions has its own specific natural conditions and distinctive history. Slovakia is a country worth exploring with a wine glass in your hand.

Besides wine, production of mead and beer is strongly connected with Slovak territory as well. Mead is historically known as typical Slavic alcoholic beverage. Mead was considered the source of life, wisdom, courage and strength, and as such was preferably served to the kings and war heroes.

The tour can be combined with visiting of South Moravia region in the Czech Republic. The wine region of Moravia in the Czech Republic includes 311 wine communes, divided into 4 subregions - Znojmo, Mikulov, Velke Pavlovice and Slovacko. The tradition of wine growing dates back to the early medieval times. In recent years the region has been experiencing a great boom in wine growings and white and rose wines ranking the first places in the international wine competitions. With exloring these wine subregions we will vitis its most popular monuments of Lednice-Valtice area and Mikulov town.

Basic information

price on request

Duration: on request

Type/style: Guided sightseeing and cultural discovery tour

Level of difficulty: Easy

Languages: English, French, Deutsch

Pick up & Drop off: On your request

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