Breclav Travel Guide

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Breclav Restaurants

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    by budapest8 Written Aug 26, 2006

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    Nicely decorated place with all the typical
    mexican kisch deco, but the bar has old pots
    decorating the bar area and great tile mosiac.
    Seems the more affluent Breclavians visit this
    place which is a sign that your gonna get a
    good meal for a good deal! Great service but only
    the one barman could speak some English, so bring
    a phrasebook.I don't go to other countries and expect
    English speaking waiters. It's more fun when everything
    is in a language you don't speak well or have to use sign language.

    Favorite Dish: Steak with apricot and mexican rice.
    broccoli salad with tomatoes.

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Breclav Transportation

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    by morgenhund Updated Mar 12, 2007

    There are frequent trains from Vienna to Breclav, with the trip taking around 1 hour. Most international trains stop here for customs purposes, i.e those serving routes like Vienna-Prague-Berlin-Hamburg or Vienna-Warsaw. For the cheapest tickets you are well advised to get tickets from Vienna to Hohenau and then Hohenau to Breclav, as this keeps the international part of the fare down to a minimum. Austrian Federal Railways (www.oebb.at) sometimes has special ticket prices for EURegio train services, which all stop here.

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Breclav Local Customs

  • Breclav Synagogue

    MORE TXT COMING SOONMunicipal Museum and Gallery – Bøeclav SynagogueEVENTSJuly 27-September 30 2006 History of the Jews in Bohemia and Moravia and Jewish Customs and Traditions – travelling exhibitions of the Jewish Museum in PragueJewish HistoryHISTORY: The earliest record of the Jewish community of Breclav dates from 1414, although the community...

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  • Breclav Synagogue & Museum

    more TEXT COMING soonMore than 25 billion Czech Kroner has been spent on restoration of the synagogue and the Museum if I understood correctly?.So for the guided tour of the 2 floors of the museumand opening the synagogue especially for us for half an hour,the fee of 50 Czech Kronor was well worth while.If I understood well only 50 Jews remain...

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  • Breclav Jewish CEMETRIES cont

    A pre-burial house with wall inscriptions and a custodian's house are located within the boundaries of the cemetery. Security (uncontrolled access), weather erosion, pollution, vandalism, and vegetation are moderate threats. Incompatible nearby development (existing, planned or proposed) is a serious threat. The vegetation overgrowth in the...

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