Vizovice (Czech pronunciation: [ˈvɪzovɪtsɛ]; German: Wisowitz) is a town in Zlín District in the Zlín Region of the Czech Republic. It has about 4,900 inhabitants. It lies in the Vizovice Highlands.
The first written mention of Vizovice is from 1261. Vizovice received town privileges in 1570.
It is home of famous Rudolf Jelínek's distillery, founded in 1812. Jelínek was the inventor of many liquors, such as apricot brandy.
The annual Masters of Rock heavy metal festival takes place in Vizovice.
The Vizovice Chateau is a major attraction.
Rudolf Jelínek (1892–1944), businessman
Alois Hába (1893–1973), composer
Jaroslav Hála (1914-1944), WWII RAF, 311 pilot
Jan Graubner (born 1948), Roman Catholic archbishop of Olomouc
Bolek Polívka (born 1949), actor