Czech Republic

Nestled in the foothills of the Beskydy Mountains, Štramberk beckons visitors with its picturesque charm, historic Trúba Tower, and the intriguing Štramberk Ears. This Moravian gem is a delightful blend of culture, history, and natural beauty. Read more

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Štramberk, known as the "Moravian Bethlehem," is a small town in the Czech Republic that manages to captivate its visitors through a rich tapestry of history, folklore, and natural allure. The focal point of the town is the iconic Trúba Tower, a 13th-century lookout tower offering panoramic views that stretch as far as the Beskydy Mountains.
But Štramberk isn't just a feast for the eyes; it also tantalizes the taste buds. The town is famous for its unique gingerbread-like delicacy, known as "Štramberk Ears," which according to legend, commemorate the defeat of invading Mongols in the 13th century. It's a tasty and symbolic treat that has earned Protected Geographical Indication status from the EU.
Limestone caves, such as the Šipka Cave, add another layer of intrigue, holding valuable archaeological artifacts, including prehistoric human remains. With walking trails leading through serene forests, the town also offers ample opportunities for outdoor activities.
Whether you're a history buff, a nature lover, or someone who just wants to experience local culture at its finest, Štramberk provides a perfect getaway, offering a diverse range of experiences within its charming confines.

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The most famous sights
What to do in Stramberk

Trúba Tower

This 13th-century tower offers panoramic views and a deep dive into local history.

Štramberk Ears Bakery

Sample and learn about the history of the unique gingerbread-like treats that put Štramberk on the culinary map.

Šipka Cave

Explore the cave that has yielded important archaeological finds, including prehistoric human remains.

Beskydy Mountains

Hike, bike, or simply admire the natural beauty of the surrounding mountainous terrain.

Local Museum

Dive deeper into the rich cultural and historical background of the town through exhibits and collections.

St. John the Baptist Church

A stunning example of Romanesque architecture, this church is a must-see for architecture enthusiasts.

Štramberk Market Square

A lively hub that encapsulates the spirit of the town, perfect for shopping, dining, and people-watching.

Folk Architecture

Wander through the streets to admire well-preserved wooden houses that exemplify traditional Moravian architecture.

Nature Trails

Numerous trails around the town offer serene walks through forested areas, suitable for all ages.

Seasonal Festivals

Keep an eye out for local festivals and events that showcase the rich cultural tapestry of Štramberk.

What else to visit
In and around Stramberk

Zbrasov Aragonite Caves (27.55 km)

Delve deep into the Earth's wonders at the Zbrasov Aragonite Caves in the Czech Republic. Located in the Teplice nad Bečvou spa town, these mystical underground chambers are one of Europe's rare aragonite cave systems.

Ostrava (30.2 km)

Ostrava, the third largest city in the Czech Republic, is praised for its raw industrial beauty and vibrant cultural life. With a rich history of coal mining and steelmaking, Ostrava is a city with a unique character and a unique atmosphere.

Holešov (48.39 km)

Sternberk (61.04 km)

Nestled in the heart of the Czech Republic, Sternberk is a hidden gem that promises history, culture, and scenic vistas. A canvas of medieval charm and modern vibrancy, it beckons travelers for a one-of-a-kind experience.

Zilina (61.25 km)

Located in the northwest of Slovakia, Žilina is a picturesque city nestled at the confluence of the Váh and Kysuca rivers.

Kromeriz (61.88 km)

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

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