Moravian Karst is a protected nature reserve that is situated to the north of Brno, Czech Republic. It is known for its geological features that include 1100 caverns and gorges. It is the home of one of the Czech Republic's most important geological features, the Macocha Abyss, which is a 138-metre deep gorge. The area is great for exploration, its cave systems are open for the public to explore and it also has bicycle and hiking trails for people to enjoy.
The reserve is situated to the north of Brno. If travelling by car, there are numerous parking opportunities available at the reserve. You can also get the train to the reserve.
Opening Times and Admission
The nature reserve is free to visit although the caves are not and they operate on an opening schedule.