Kopřivnice

Kopřivnice is a town in the Moravian-Silesian Region. Kopřivnice is located in the eastern part of Moravia and together with its neighboring picturesque Štramberk, Freud’s Příbor and Janáček’s Hukvaldy it forms an imaginary “Lachien Gate“ to Beskydy mountains.

Kopřivnice settlement probably originated early after construction of Šostýn’s castle in the second half of the 13th century. The year 1812 and establishment of a prosperous brown ware factory, which operated for almost 150 years, were very important for the village of that time. Even more important was the year 1850, the year the factory for britzkas and carriages was established, later the factory focused on wagon production and then, in 1897 on automobiles.

Although located in a quite small area, its offer is very varied and rich. It is set in charming nature with rare sights and attractions for tourists. Kopřivnice is a place suitable not only for discovering, but also pleasant for living and supportive to business.