Křížový vrch (Calvary Hill)
The forest park with a natural amphitheatre and the Chapel of St. Roch served as a town park until World War II. Even T. G. Masaryk went for walks with his family in this park during his stays in Hustopeče. At the top there is the Romanesque chapel of St. Roch dedicated to plague patrons. Its interior is decorated with stained glass and murals of Ludvík Kolek. Once in the past, there was a Calvary leading to the chapel, this is why the hill is called Calvary Hill.