North Moravia and SilesiaCzech Republic.
OstravaVibrant industrial and cultural center, capital of Moravian-Silesian Region.
OlomoucUniversity city with the second largest historical center in the Czech Republic, also capital of Olomouc Region.
Český TěšínHistorical city where Czech and Polish cultures meet.
HavířovYoungest city in the Czech Republic, with Socialist Realist center.
JeseníkSpa town in the Ash Mountains.
LitovelHistorical town in the Litovel Morava River Basin.
OpavaHistorical former capital of Czech Silesia.
ProstějovCity with historical center and important former Jewish community.
UničovHistorical town under the Ash Mountains.
Ash MountainsThe second highest protected mountain range in the Czech Republic covering north of the Olomouc Region.
BeskidsMountain range at the border to Slovakia with well-preserved primeval forests, meadows and pastures and stable populations of lynxes, bears and wolves. It is also largest protected landscape area in the Czech Republic.
Litovel Morava River BasinProtected floodplain of the Morava River, north of Olomouc.
Oder River BasinProtected wetlands area along the Oder River near Ostrava.
By planeThe only airport with regular passenger flights in the region is Czech Airlines operate fligts from Prague and Ryanair operates flights from London and Milan. The airport is connected to train station.
Another option is to use Katowice International Airport (KTW) in Poland situated 120 kilometres northeast of Ostrava. The airport has direct connections with over 30 destinations across Europe and Asia. The journey from the airport to Ostrava by car takes a little bit over one hour when using A1/D1 highway. Also, buses are available.