|Shopping|| 5 || km ||Airport|| 60 || km |
|Suburban traffic|| 500 || m |
Golf; Among nature
In front of the house lies a sunny meadow, bordered by conifers. In the forest next to the house there is a spot with a fireplace. In and around Boskovice you can find plenty to do. There is a sauna, spa, swimming pool, six tennis courts, an ice skating rink and the Modrá Věž (blue tower) with a department store and sports centre. The sports centre offers: fitness, squash, sauna, bowling, badminton, solarium and billiards. Boskovice lies on the Moravian Karst, an exceptionally beautiful area with splendid nature and numerous caves. For those who would like to explore the surroundings by bike, bicycles can be rented from the landlord. He can also arrange for a German-speaking guide who will accompany your trips by car through this part of the Czech Republic. In Kořenec (12 km) there is a 9-hole golf course called "Sokrates". Just outside Boskovice, in the immediate vicinity, you can find countless castles, many built in the renaissance or baroque style: Kunštát (16 km), Lysice (16 km), Letovice (17 km) and Rájec-Jestřebí (15 km). Each of these are an architectural gem. Swimming pools can be found in Boskovice, Lysice and Letovice. Lovers of aquatic sports can go to Suchý Lake (9 km) or the Křetínka reservoir lake (15 km). The towns of Brno (46 km), Prostějov (38 km) and Olomouc (30 km) are certainly worthwhile for a day trip. Brno, the second largest town in the Czech Republic, is worth a visit for its many museums, entertainment facilities, shopping centres, Špilberk Fortress and the trade fair grounds. Olomouc (30 km), a former capital and episcopal seat, is now a university town and the cultural centre of Moravia. This city has plenty of squares, churches, facades and fountains. Mozart, the emperor Ferdinand and Gustav Mahler all lived here for a longer or shorter period. Near Olomouc there is a zoo.