Protected landscape area Moravian Karst is one of the most important karst areas of Central Europe. There are more than 1100 caverns and gorges. Only 4 of them are open to public. These are Punkva Caves with their underground river Punkva, Catherine’s Cave with its unique limestone columns, the Balcarka Cave with its beautiful stalactitic decoration and the system of Sloup-Šošůvka Caves made by huge corridors and underground gorges. Macocha Abyss is an integral part of the landscape. It is more than 138 m deep and it is the biggest abyss in the Central Europe. You can look down to the abyss from the upper terrace or take a walk at the bottom. The whole area is the home of protected fauna and flora that is why all visitors can use only ecological means of transport such as cable railway or eco choo-choo which can also become a nice part of your trip.