Czech Republic, South Moravia, Jihomoravsky, Veverska Bityska
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- 20 April - 30 September.
Alan Rogers Review
The caves of the Moravian Karst, the site of the battle of Austerlitz and the castles of Veveri, Pertstejn and Spillberk are all within easy reach of this pleasant, small and quiet campsite. Hana Musilova runs the site to very high standards, speaks excellent English and Dutch and provides lots of local information. There are 55 level, numbered pitches with 10A electricity. Brno, the capital of Moravia and the Czech Republic’s second largest city, is a short boat or bus ride away and the village of Veverska Bityska has shops, restaurants, bars and an ATM plus a reasonable, small supermarket. In Brno you can enjoy a good meal in one of the many restaurants or the more ghoulish campers may like to visit the Capuchin monastery crypt where the mummified bodies of monks and local dignitaries dating back from the early 1700s are on display. This is an excellent site on the banks of the river Svratka, where you can savour Czech life in a quiet and leisurely way.
The modernised sanitary block provides ample and clean toilets, hot showers (token, 1st free per person then CZK 10), washbasins and baby changing. Washing machine and dryer. Kitchen and dishwashing facilities. Small shop with essential supplies. Bicycle hire. Free WiFi throughout. Charcoal and gas barbecues allowed.
From D1 Prague-Brno autoroute turn off just before Brno at Ostrovacice (jct. 1) and head towards Tisnov on the 386 for 10.2 km. to the site which is on this road just beyond Veverska Bityska. From 43 turn off south of Lipuvka towards Kurim, then follow signs to Veverska Bityska where site is on right before entering village.Link to campsite location map on google
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