Břeclav is an ideal base for visiting the Lednice-Valtice complex as well as many other attractions in the vicinity. You can admire the new Church of St. Wenceslas, interesting both architecturally and for its ornamentation, and a 19th-century iron bridge near a sugar refinery, which has been declared a cultural monument. The gem of Břeclav is its Renaissance chateau.
Also of definite interest is the Liechtenstein House, which houses an exhibition about the history of this aristocratic family, and a preserved Jewish synagogue, both administered by the Municipal Museum and Gallery of Břeclav, whose main concentration is folk culture of the Podluží area and regional history. At the Velopavilon near the railway station you will find an exhibition of historical bicycles, scooters and carriages and learn why Břeclav is known as the Moravian Shanghai.