Lednice (Eisgrub in German) is a town in South Moravia, which passed to the possession of the Liechtenstein family in the middle of the 13th century and the family owned it till 1945. It is a wine town in the Mikulov wine-growing subarea (vineyard tracts of Končiny, Terasy, U Červené studánky, Hlohovsko, Ve starých, Na Valtické, Farské). Lednice is located approximately 6 km northwest from Břeclav and 12 km east from Mikulov. Part of the town is also the hamlet of Nejdek. Approximately 2 300 residents live here.
Lednice-Valtice area is registered in the list of monuments protected as World Heritage Sites (WHS) by UNESCO. The Chateau and the other buildings in Lednice are open from April to September. In this period, you can reach it by boat which is anchored in Břeclav or by Jan´s Castle. The town is also the residence of Mendel University, Faculty of Horticulture. Its students and employees have participated in reconstructions of the Chateau Park and the greenhouse.