Czech Republic

Slavkov, better known as Austerlitz, is a quaint town in the South Moravian Region of the Czech Republic. The name Austerlitz is forever etched in history due to the monumental Battle of Austerlitz, a decisive engagement during the Napoleonic Wars. Read more

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Slavkov is a town that resonates with historical significance, primarily due to the Battle of Austerlitz in 1805, which saw Napoleon's army claim a decisive victory over the Russian and Austrian forces. This battle has been so influential that it led to the town being more commonly known by its German name, Austerlitz.
Apart from its military history, Slavkov is also celebrated for its beautiful Slavkov Castle, an elegant Baroque structure featuring lovely gardens, rich interiors, and an interesting museum. The castle's architecture and layout serve as a perfect representation of Czech Baroque art.
But there's more to Slavkov than battles and baroque architecture. The town is surrounded by beautiful rolling hills and farmland, making it an excellent base for hiking and cycling. Vineyards are a common sight, reflecting the South Moravian Region's well-regarded wine production. Small but welcoming, the town offers a range of restaurants and shops where visitors can sample local cuisine and crafts.

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The most famous sights
What to do in Slavkov

Slavkov Castle

A stunning Baroque castle with beautiful gardens and a museum that offers insights into the history and culture of the region.

Austerlitz Battlefield

Visit the site where the famous Battle of Austerlitz took place. The area has several monuments and a small museum dedicated to the battle.

Church of the Resurrection of Christ

An impressive church built in the early 20th century, featuring beautiful interiors and a tranquil atmosphere.

Peace Monument

Erected to commemorate the Battle of Austerlitz, this monument offers a panoramic view of the battlefield.


Take a tour of the local vineyards and perhaps enjoy some wine tasting. South Moravia is known for its excellent wine.

Slavkov Golf Course

For those interested in sports, the town has a modern golf course set in scenic surroundings.

Austerlitz Museum

This small museum provides further insights into the Battle of Austerlitz, showcasing artifacts and historical documents.


A nearby village offering hiking trails and scenic views, perfect for a day trip.

Moravian Karst

Though a bit of a drive, this protected nature reserve is worth visiting for its caves and natural beauty.

Local Restaurants

Try authentic Czech cuisine in one of the local eateries, where you can get a taste of South Moravian cooking.

What else to visit
In and around Slavkov

Brno (20.11 km)

Brno, the second largest city in the Czech Republic, is a harmonious blend of historical monuments and modern life, all set in the picturesque surroundings of South Moravia.

Sonberk Winery (28.37 km)

Sonberk Winery, located in the heart of the South Moravian wine region. Overlooking the breathtaking Palava Hills, this modern winery is a fusion of tradition, innovative technology, and a deep respect for nature.

Lednice Chateau (39.34 km)

Located in South Moravia, Lednice Chateau is a part of the Lednice-Valtice Cultural Landscape, a UNESCO World Heritage site that includes the Valtice Chateau and the surrounding parklands.

Kromeriz (40.64 km)

Set against the backdrop of Moravia's lush landscape, Kroměříž enchants visitors with its mix of historical grandeur and natural beauty.

Mikulov (42.43 km)

Mikulov, a charming town in South Moravia, beckons with its blend of rich history, sumptuous wine culture, and captivating architecture. Surrounded by vineyards and limestone hills, it's a must-visit for travelers in the Czech Republic.

Pernstejn (52.34 km)

Set in the Czech Highlands, Pernstejn is an enchanting locale defined by its grand castle, often called the Marble Castle of the Czech Republic. A bastion of history and nature, it captivates visitors with its inspiring landscape and rich past.

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