Projects

Tourist Authority South Moravia is the partner in the EU projects in the period 2007-2013 and new period 2014 - 2020.

You can read more about the projects here:


  • SlowFood-CE

    Project objective SlowFood-CE (Interreg CENTRAL EUROPE) is to improve the capacities of local actors to valorise the intangible heritage of food in a vision that integrates economic, environmental and social sustainability, increasing as a result their knowledge of the richness of the gastronomic heritage and the skills needed to valorise it creatively.

    Interreg CENTRAL EUROPE more
  • V4 Non-Capital Cities Tourism Workshop

    V4 Non-Capital Cities Tourism Workshop is a new project of Tourist Authority South Moravia, Association for the Tourism of Debrecen and Hortobágy, KOŠICE - Tourism and Municipality of Kraków – Municipal Office within the International Visegrad Fund.

    International Visegrad Fund more
  • EuroVelo 13 - Iron Curtain Trail

    For almost half a century, Europe was forcibly divided into East and West by the ‘Iron Curtain’, a border stretching from the Barents Sea to the Black Sea. EuroVelo 13 - Iron Curtain Trail invites people to retrace and experience this important part of the continent's history.

  • Moravia Convention Bureau

    The Moravia Convention Bureau provides organisers assistance and independent complex information for planning and holding congresses, conferences, business meetings and incentive events in Southern Moravia and in the City of Brno.

  • Top Destinations of South Moravia

    Top destinations offer provides a great overview of all places that you should not miss when visiting South Moravia. To become a Top destination, one has to fulfill numerous criteria which focus on the quality of the place and services provided. Top destinations of South Moravia brand is a guarantee of high standards for you.

  • The Cellar Lanes of South Moravia

    Have you already discovered the special and beautiful places in the end of villages of South Moravia, where foxes wish you good night, where lines of vineyards go down the hills up to the cellar lanes and where a bench and a table wait for you at a gate that seems to lead nowhere? Have you experienced the beautiful atmosphere in our wine-growing region, when it is getting dark while you walk along the wine cellars and you can hear glass clinking or friendly speech or singing from partially open doors? So, welcome to the wine lanes. These are the places, where Moravian wine makers try to turn sun, soil and grapes into tasty wine for centuries.