The regions of Beskydy and Valašsko also include small picturesque towns, architectural treasures and historical highlights which are often envied in the world far beyond the borders. The unique natural museum in Rožnov pod Radhoštěm perfectly creates the illusion of how our ancestors lived centuries ago. A real touch of history can be experienced while visiting the famous town of Štramberk which is also known as the so-called Moravian Bethlehem. Walk through its narrow streets lined with specific wooden houses and also climb-up to the guard tower of Trúba castle (visible from far around) are unforgettable experiences. There are numerous significant people whom the regions of Beskydy and Valašsko are associated with. Nový Jičín, the town where general Laudon dwelt, is famous for its museum of hats. The town of Frýdek-Místek is known for religious architecture, especially the Baroque pilgrimage Basilica of the Annunciation which brought the nickname of Silesian Lourdes to this town. The most famous person coming from the regions of Beskydy and Valašsko is Leoš Janáček, associated with unconquerable and powerful castle of Hukvaldy. It is no wonder why the composer was inspired by the romantic position of the Hukvaldy estate (you can walk on the "overgrown path" and palm Bystrouška fox).