Vavřinec is a small town in the Moravian Karst with one of the most famous Czech caves, the Punkva Cave, also known as the Punkevni Cave.
The town is primarily a tourist destination and is a base for tourists coming to the Moravian Karst. The greatest attraction of Vavřinec are the Punkva Caves, which are part of a huge spring belonging to the Amterska cave system.
The caves are characterized by a rich dripstone form, and tourists are also attracted by the possibility of rafting down the underground Punkva River. One of the ways to get to the cave is via the Macocha Cable Car. Its name comes from another natural attraction in the area, the Macocha Abyss, located nearby.