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Moravian Trail: Mikulov - Rožnov pod Radhoštěm

Prague Vienna Greenways Duration: 8 days / 7 nights
274 km / 170 miles
Trip rating:
Moderate to Challenging
Highlights: The town of Mikulov, Lednice Chateau (UNESCO World Heritage Site), Čejkovice Chateau, Buchlovice Castle, Velehrad Monastery and Basilica, Kroměříž flower gardens (UNESCO World Heritage Site), outdoor museum in Rožnov pod Radhoštěm, Beskydy Mountains

The land of Moravia includes most of the eastern part of the Czech Republic. Start with easy cycling through South Moravia and taste the local wine in wine cellars. These are so numerous that they form entire streets in some villages. From the town of Uherské Hradiště, continue into the hills of the White Carpathians. Enjoy the rustic countryside of the highland villages and sheep pastures. Finish with a well-deserved beer in Rožnov pod Radhoštěm in the Beskydy Mountains. The unique outdoor museum here presents traditional crafts.

  Price (based on double occupancy)  what's included 2017 Dates
  1390 EUR per person Daily from April through October
  Single supplement: 350 EUR  
  15% supplement for single travellers on a self-guided tour*  
  *The car and luggage transfers are calculated based on a minimum of two
   people. If you go solo on a self-guided tour, you will pay a 15% tour
   supplement to cover the cost of the extra person not going.


  Price (based on double occupancy)  what's included 2017 Dates
  2090 EUR per person: Group size 4-7 people May 15 - 22
  1890 EUR per person: Group size 8+ people August 7 - 14
  Single supplement: 350 EUR
Contact our partner if you would like to request a custom, guided bicycle tour on different dates


Day 1: Mikulov
Arrival at Mikulov (easily reached by train from Vienna via Břeclav). Sightseeing around this historical town that is well known for its longstanding connection to wine-making and its Jewish monuments – synagogue and old cemetery.
Overnight in Mikulov.

Day 2: Mikulov – Lednice-Valtice Area – Čejkovice (57 km / 36 miles)
The first day on the cycle route takes you to Valtice with its reknowned Baroque chateau (in its cellars the National Wine Salon serves only the very best wines in the Czech Republic). On to the fairy-tale, Neo-Gothic castle in Lednice with its outstanding park and greenhouse. Finish the day in Čejkovice with accommodation in a hotel situated at Čejkovice Chateau.
Overnight in Čejkovice.

Day 3: Čejkovice – Kyjov (35 km / 22 miles)
Today is one of the less demanding stages. You will travel through the fertile, wine-growing landscape to Milotice. Here you can visit the Baroque chateau and French-style gardens with waterlily ponds and wetland areas. The exhibition of Moravian Baroque sculpture in the chateau orangery is also worth a visit. The last, short part of the route goes straight to Kyjov.
Overnight in Kyjov.

Day 4: Kyjov – Uherské Hradiště (53 km / 33 miles)
The trail goes through the Chřiby Hills and this is one of the more demanding days on your tour, cycling uphill to the Gothic castle at Buchlov, the first stop. Next comes Buchlovice with its impressive Renaissance chateau and the trail leads you further on to the village of Tupesy famed for its ceramic studio. The last stop before Uherské Hradiště is Velehrad, an attractive town with a basilica and monastery.
Overnight in Uherské Hradiště.

Day 5: Uherské Hradiště – Kroměříž (40 km / 25 miles)
The route from Uherské Hradiště goes along the river Morava, through the town of Napajedla with its horse-breeding farm, and on through Otrokovice to the town of Kroměříž. Kroměříž has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its chateau gardens - Podzámecká and Květná. The chateau itself holds a valuable collection of European paintings from the 15th to 18th centuries. The chateau with its beautiful interior and gardens used to serve as the summer residence of the archbishop of Olomouc.
Overnight in Kroměříž.

Day 6: Kroměříž – Vsetín (61 km / 38 miles)
The long route makes this day demanding and you can shorten the trip by 18 km and start in Holešov. Holešov contains many interesting Jewish monuments – a richly decorated synagogue, an exhibition of Jews in Moravia and a valuable cemetery with a ceremonial hall. The cycling to Vsetín is an uphill stage to the upper pass of the Beskydy Mountains. You will be traveling along one of the most interesting parts of the whole route with the amazing landscape and distinctive villages of the Wallachia region.
Overnight in Vsetín.

Day 7: Vsetín – Rožnov pod Radhoštěm (28 km /18 miles)
The last day of your route is short but contains demanding uphill cycling. The first 14 km lead up Ptáčník Hill (830 m) but after that the trail is downhill all the way to Rožnov pod Radhoštěm. Rožnov lies at the foot of the magnificent Radhošť Peak and is known for its outdoor museum of Wallachian architecture. This museum consists of the Wooden Hamlet, Wallachian Village and Mill Valley.
Overnight in Rožnov pod Radhoštěm.

Day 8: Rožnov pod Radhoštěm - Beskydy Mountains
On the last day, you can either visit the outdoor museum of Wallachian architecture or hike up to the Radhošť Peak (1129 m). On your way up, you will pass a wooden effigy of the pagan god and mountain spirit called Radegast, sculptures of Cyril and Methodius and a small wooden chapel. For dedicated cyclists, the ideal program is a ride to Pustevny, a popular village with its collection of wooden structures by the architect Dušan Jurkovič.

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