Take a tour of Mikulov Castle in Czech Republic – part of the World’s Greatest Attractions travel video series by GeoBeats.
Mikulov Castle sits in the lush, exotic region of Southern Moravia in the Czech Republic.
The Baroque architecture and soothing colors of this classic structure entice visitors to enter and explore.
A stone form of this castle existed in the 13th century, but has since been significantly reconstructed.
Extensive rebuilding took place after an occupation by German troops in World War II.
Today, the castle hosts the Mikulov Regional Museum, with a focus on grapes and wine-making.
While Mikulov was once the capital of Moravia, the Mikulov castle is now a hub for viticulture and manicured beauty.