The youngest spa resort in the Czech Republic, the Lednice Spa, is located in South Moravia in a picturesque countryside filled with vineyards and cycle tracks, only a few minutes ride south-eastwards from Brno. The spa began running in February 2007. You can find it right in the heart of the Lednice-Valtice Area, and it entered in the UNESCO list of World Cultural and Natural Heritage Sites in 1996. The Lednice-Valtice Area comprises magnificent chateaus, built in the Lichtenstein era, surrounded by beautiful gardens, marvellous small historical structures (so called “salets”) along tourist pathways, and riparian forests along the Dyje River. With its surface area of almost 300 km2, the Lednice-Valtice Area is considered the largest artificial man-made area in Europe. In the Lednice Spa, you have the opportunity to spend wonderful days full of health and rest with your friends and relatives.