Cities

Ostrava

Vibrant industrial and cultural center, capital of Moravian-Silesian Region.

Olomouc

University city with the second largest historical center in the Czech Republic, also capital of Olomouc Region.

Český Těšín

Historical city where Czech and Polish cultures meet.

Havířov

Youngest city in the Czech Republic, with Socialist Realist center.

Jeseník

Spa town in the Ash Mountains.

Litovel

Historical town in the Litovel Morava River Basin.

Opava

Historical former capital of Czech Silesia.

Prostějov

City with historical center and important former Jewish community.

Uničov

Historical town under the Ash Mountains.

Other destinations

Slovakia

republic in Central Europe

Olomouc

city in the Czech Republic

Ostrava

city in the Czech Republic

Someday

guide to

North Moravia and Silesia

North Moravia and Silesia is a region of the Czech Republic.

Arriving

By train

Arriving by train is possibly the most comfortable way how to get there. The region is well connected to the Czech railway network. Second and Third Transit Corridor create the backbone of interregional railway transport in the area. The most important passenger railway stations in the region are Ostrava hl.n. and Olomouc hl.n. . Bohumín and Přerov are also railway hubs of national importance. The region has direct express long-distance train connections with Prague, Brno, Pardubice, Zlín and Pilsen. International trains are operated from Warsaw, Vienna, Bratislava, Budapest, Berlin and many other cities. For more detail see Rail travel in the Czech Republic.

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