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- The oldest and the third largest museum in Czechia. Do not miss the historic main Exhibition building (Vystavni budova) in Opava bulit in the neo-renaissance style which you find in the park Sady U Muzea. There are not only the permanent exhibitions of the natural and social history of the Czech Silesia (formerly Austrian Silesia), but also temporary exhibitions which alternate throughout the year and reflect e.g. interesting anniversaries. Especially children will appreciate all interactive parts. Lovers of literature will appreciate further exhibitions and actions in the building of Petr Bezruč's memorial, located in Ostrožná street. The other exhibitions are located out of the city and each of them is worth for a several hours visit. The arboretum and botanical garden in Nový Dvůr is 12 km away from the city center, the National memorial of the WW2 in Hrabyně then 14 km, the Area of Czechoslovak military fortifications in Hlučín-Darkovičky 27 km and the Petr Bezruč's Cottage in Ostravice even 69 km away. Please note that the address given here in Tripadvisor as Nádražní okruh 31 is just the address of the directorate of museums and no exhibitions are there.Written October 1, 2016This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- The building of Opava Town Hall called Hláska, without which Opava residents can hardly imagine their town, is the appointed centre of the town of Opava. Its 60 metre long slender tower proudly dominates the Upper Square.Written August 12, 2019This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- This is a small park in Opava Mesto with lady Opava standing on the pedestal. Lovely place to relax and watch kids play around. There is small hillock with three birds whose eyes glow in the dark. It is very peaceful and cool during summers to relax and stretch. There is an old log dating back to centuries.. I recommend you to visit when you are in Opava.Written June 22, 2019This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Opava Cathedral has three naves, with two towers and it was built in the fourteenth century in Gothic style. The construction of the church probably began shortly after 1204 so it has great history and it is really worth to see it.Written August 12, 2019
- What a brilliant, beautiful cafe to stop & have Coffee & Cake after a walk around Prague when it is ver cold.
The staff are friendly & helpful & the chandeliers are magnificent.
The slices of cake are very large & very delicious.Written December 31, 2018
- A nice lake on the outskirts of Opava but within walking distance. It's nice to walk around, I believe it used to be a quarry and at one end is a small pre war bunker. In summer on fine weekends Opavians flock to the water and the small artificial beach and pub/snack bar.Written September 8, 2017
- Built In the second half of the 18th century. Used to be an important center of cultural and social life. The famous Mozart's contemporary Karl Dittersdorf was a frequent visitor here.. Currently the castle is used for municipal and commercial purposes, there is an archaeological exhibition and an exhibition of the recent history of the village. There is also a nice castle restaurant Kastelán. A popular place to see for cyclovisitors. The most frequent local bicycle trail "Silesian highway" brings you just to the castle.Written October 1, 2016
- Starts at the Town Hall (Radnice) and extends outside of the city. A great way to explore the city, quite unusual.Written November 13, 2017
- Good for rollerscating and great playground also for older children. Next to public swimmingpool areal and a somewhat football stadium that used to hold a good football team.Written August 3, 2016
- As Opava is situated in a flatland there is only one nearby observation tower which you can reach riding from Opava to Skřipov on a local road. You can leave your car nearby the firehouse in Jakubčovice and use the footpath starting behind the firehouse. To get to the top of the tower you have to overcome just 61 steps on stairs. From here you can see Beskydy mountains in the South-East with the highest mount Lysá hora, looking to the west you see in the foreground the Nízký Jeseník mountains and the most dominant mount there is the Velký Roudný - a former volcano, just beside the dam water reservoir Slezská Harta. To the West on the horizon there are the mountains Hrubý Jeseník (in German Altvatergebirge) with the highest mount Praděd. Its distinctive silhouette is enhanced by the TV transmitter. To the North you see the city Opava and then the wide flat Poland. Perhaps it is needless to say that the best views are shortly after high winds, especially in the morning and evening.Written October 1, 2016
- I love going here after school and never get tired of it. There are a lot of stores and restaurants you can go to as well.Written March 23, 2017
- Re-open in August 2016 after an extensive reconstruction. Now it is a modern gallery, you can see here an architectural exhibition and also an exhibition of sculptures of Kurt Gebauer who is a famous native of nearby Hradec nad Moravicí. In the building there is also a cafe with a terrace on the 1st floor from which you directly observe the platforms of the Eastern railway station in Opava.Written October 1, 2016
- We stayed across the way from this neighbourhood church which seems quite active. It has a beautiful stained glass window of St Anne and Mary and beautiful Madonna statues. It was Christmas and the church was beautifully decoratedWritten December 30, 2017
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