Zlín region occupies the central part of East Moravia. It is a region with a diverse landscape, which consists of the Beskids, Jaworniki and White Carpathians. There is Kroměříž included in the UNESCO list.
Wallachia Morawska is considered the most beautiful part of the country in terms of landscape. Its name comes from the shepherd peoples of Wołochów, who settled it since the 15th century. On the slopes of the mountains, pastures and meadows have survived to this day, and the idyllic landscape is complemented by small villages. There is an open-air museum in Rożnów near Radhoszcz, which shows the life of the village of Wallachia.
Kromieryż and its surroundings are the complete opposite of Wallachia. It is a region with a long and rich history, and the city itself is considered one of the most beautiful in the Czech Republic. There is a baroque bishop's palace surrounded by a large park and rose garden famous all over Europe.
The Eastern part of the region is occupied by the White Carpathians and the Beskids, with Wielka Jaworzyna and Łysa Góra. These are excellent areas for hiking and cycling, abundant in wooded areas, deep valleys and picturesque mountains with rock outcrops.