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Vienna – Prague Greenways

  • 4.7

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  • 7 nights | 44 miles/day
  • Difficulty Level: 3
  • Guided from: €2090
  • Self-guided from: €1390
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Tours using road, hybrid or touring bikes:

  1. Mostly flat
  2. Flat with some gentle slopes
  3. Rolling, hilly terrain
  4. Some long and/or steep climbs
  5. Extensive climbing

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  1. Mostly flat, wide trails
  2. Some gentle slopes, wide trails
  3. Rolling, hilly terrain and/or narrow trails
  4. Some long and/or steep climbs and/or technical trails
  5. Extensive climbing and/or highly technical trails
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Tour description

This tour follows one of the great undiscovered cycling trails in Central Europe. The route is full of cultural and historical gems featuring 6 UNESCO world heritage sites: Schoenbrunn Palace in Vienna, the Chateaux of Valtice and Lednice, the Renaissance town square in Telc and the medieval town of Cesky Krumlov. You will also cycle along the remnants of the Iron Curtain as you follow the Czech Republic and Austrian border. You will be staying in the best small towns along the way whose local pubs serve the best beer in the world – it could only be Czech beer!

Two route versions
Version A (Guided: Jun 16, Jul 14, Aug 11, Sep 7, 2018) is favored by those who like history, as it adds the unique Lednice-Valtice area and Cesky Krumlov.

Version B (Guided: May 7, Jun 18, Aug 6, Sep 9, 2018) is a more challenging route for cyclists who really want to experience the whole route from Vienna to Prague by bicycle.

Daily program

Two route choices:

Version A (Jun 16, Jul 14, Aug 11, Sep 7, 2018) is favored by those who like history, as it adds the unique Lednice-Valtice area and Cesky Krumlov. Cycling in the Czech-Austrian border area that was cut off by the Iron Curtain for 40 years is a unique experience. Medieval castles, a varied landscape, fairytale chateaux, pristine countryside with tiny, rustic villages and baroque towns, the best beer in the world, and safe back roads with good surfaces for cycling make for a well balanced vacation.

Version B (May 7, Jun 18, Aug 6, Sep 9, 2018) is a more challenging route for cyclists who really want to experience the whole route from Vienna to Prague by bicycle. The route is interesting due to the landscape variety – from the warm, winegrowing region of South Moravia, the lush, forested Podyji National Park, to the Czech-Moravian highlands, the lakes surrounding Telc and the romantic landscape of central Czech Republic. Enjoy the numerous fairytale castles, chateaux, small, historical towns on the trail.

Please note that the tour travels along the famed cycling route known as the "Vienna-Prague Greenways." However, the tour doesn't start in Vienna but rather in Valtice (Czech Republic) for Version A and in Stockerau (about 12 miles from Vienna) for Version B. Version A ends in Cesky Krumlov, and many tour participants travel from there to Prague by train or bus. Version B ends in Prague. Neither tour includes lodging in Prague. We encourage you to stay overnight in Vienna before your tour and in Prague after your tour.

Version A - 165 miles/264 km

Day 1: Vienna – Valtice
Arrive by train from Vienna to Breclav, where you will be picked up by the tour representative and driven to your hotel. There you will get all necessary information materials and equipment.
Overnight in Valtice.

Day 2: Valtice – Lednice – Mikulov (24 miles/38 km)
You will start your biking trip in Lednice-Valtice area (UNESCO World Heritage Site), where you will ride on forest and field trails. Two magnificent chateaux grace the area, along numerous 'follies,' romantic structures set in a harmonious way into the surrounding landscape. A paved road with little traffic then leads you to Pavlov with an archaeological museum streched over the Stone Age mammoth hunters site. Wrap up your day riding to Mikulov with an imposing castle, historic square, the tomb of the Dietrichstein family, as well as the synagogue and the Jewish cemetery, where the oldest tombstone dates back to 1605.
Overnight in Mikulov.

Day 3: Mikulov – Znojmo – Vranov nad Dyji (26 miles/42 km)
Morning transfer by car from Mikulov to Znojmo. Then cycle through the Podyji National Park with untouched nature, beautiful views of the deep, forested river valley and the last remnant of the Iron Curtain. Vranov chateau, perched high on a rock above the Dyje river is another highlight.
Overnight in Vranov nad Dyji.

Day 4: Vranov nad Dyji – Slavonice – Telc (30 miles/48 km)
From Vranov skim the Austrian border lined with pre-WWII fortification to Slavonice, a forgotten jewel with sgraffito houses. Then transfer by local train to the town of Telc, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its perfectly preserved Renaissance town center.
Overnight in Telc.

Day 5: Telc – Jindrichuv Hradec (27 miles/42 km)
Today you will cycle through the Czech-Moravian Highlands, through fields and forests. A unique stop on the way is the memorial in Kostelni Myslova to Jewish painter Frantisek Moritz Nagl, a local artist who died in Auschwitz along with his family. Finish the day in the old town of Jindrichuv Hradec, containing the third biggest castle complex in the Czech Republic.
Overnight in Jindrichuv Hradec.

Day 6: Jindrichuv Hradec – Trebon (19 miles/30 km)
Take in the historic town and castle of Jindrichuv Hradec, then start cycling through the mosaic of ponds, woods and meadows of the Bohemia Lake District to Trebon, a medieval town whose walls are still largely intact. Enter the historical center through a gate in the old fortifications and across a moat, part of a unique water regulation system dating back to the 16th century.
Overnight in Trebon.

Day 7: Trebon – Cesky Krumlov (39 miles/63 km)
The last day of cycling leads through hilly terrain to the jewel of South Bohemia, the town of Cesky Krumlov (a UNESCO Heritage Site), situated on the banks of the meandering upper course of the Vltava River.
Overnight in Cesky Krumlov.

Day 8: Cesky Krumlov – Prague
Enjoy all that Cesky Krumlov has to offer within one day. The old town preserves a virtually intact and unparalleled ensemble of Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque structures. Among the attractions are the second largest castle complex in the Czech Republic and the oldest working Baroque theater in Europe. Late afternoon transfer by bus from Cesky Krumlov to Prague.
Accommodations are not included on Day 8.

Version B - 267 miles/459 km

Day 1: Vienna – Stockerau
After your arrival in Vienna, a city of Habsburg tradition combined with modern architecture, make your way individually to Stockerau (car, train or 18 km by bike). Check in and enjoy the evening in this cozy town. We will meet you at your hotel with the necessary materials and bikes.
Overnight in Stockerau.

Day 2: Stockerau – Mikulov (45 miles/72 km)
After breakfast meet the tour representative who will give you all necessary information materials and equipment. On the first day of the ride, you will follow the rolling countryside of Weinviertel (Wine Quarter) past Laa an der Thaya to enter the Czech Republic at Mikulov. In this small town with an imposing castle is also a former Jewish Quarter with a synagogue and Jewish cemetery, where the oldest tombstone dates back to 1605.
Overnight in Mikulov.

Day 3: Mikulov – Znojmo – Vranov nad Dyji (65 miles/105 km)
Take a former Iron Curtain patrol road turned into a dedicated bike path along the Austrian border and continue on a flat road through Znojmo to Podyji National Park with untouched nature, beautiful views of the deep, forested river valley and the last remnant of the Iron Curtain. Another highlight is Vranov Castle, perched high on a rock above the Dyje River. A shorter cycling option (26 miles/41 km), with a car transfer from Mikulov to Znojmo, is available.
Overnight in Vranov nad Dyji.

Day 4: Vranov nad Dyji – Slavonice – Telc (50 miles/78 km)
From Vranov skim the Austrian border lined with pre-WWII fortification to Slavonice, a forgotten jewel with sgraffito houses. Then cycle from Slavonice to Telc, which has a well-preserved Renaissance town center listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. A shorter cycling option (30 miles/48 km), with a train transfer from Slavonice to Telc, is available.
Overnight in Telc.

Day 5: Telc – Jindrichuv Hradec (27 miles/43 km)
Today you will cycle through the Czech-Moravian Highlands, through fields and forests. A unique stop on the way is the memorial in Kostelni Myslova to Jewish painter called Frantisek Moritz Nagl, a local artist who died in Auschwitz extermination camp along with his family. Finish the day in the old town of Jindrichuv Hradec, containing the third biggest castle complex in the Czech Republic.
Overnight in Jindrichuv Hradec.

Day 6: Jindrichuv Hradec – Tabor (31 miles/50 km)
Take in the historic town of Jindrichuv Hradec with the world’s largest mechanical nativity scene in the regional museum. Then follow the route through a tapestry of woods and ponds to Cervena Lhota, with a beautiful little chateau built on a rocky island in the middle of a pond. Afternoon arrival in Tabor leaves plenty of time for a tour of this historic town, founded by the Hussitess.
Overnight in Tabor.

Day 7: Tabor – Benesov (44 miles/73 km)
From Tabor we ride through a region of highlands with woods and pastures, an area known as Czech Siberia for its blustery winter weather and unspoiled environment. Wrap up your day by a visit to the impressive Konopiste Castle with its large park and Rose Garden which belonged to the Austrian crown prince Franz Ferdinand d’Este before his assassination in Sarajevo, touching off WWI.
Overnight in Benesov.

Day 8: Benesov – Pruhonice – Prague (26 miles/41 km)
The final part of this bicycle tour takes you to Pruhonice with its Renaissance chateau and chateau park - a center of botany and garden science in the Czech Republic. Transfer by car from Pruhonice to Prague city center.
Accommodations are not included on Day 8.

Daily program

Two route choices:

Version A is favored by those who like history, as it adds the unique Lednice-Valtice area and Cesky Krumlov. Cycling in the Czech / Austrian border area that was cut off by the Iron Curtain for 40 years is a unique experience. Medieval castles, a varied landscape, fairytale chateaux, pristine countryside with tiny, rustic villages and baroque towns, the best beer in the world, and safe back roads with good surfaces for cycling make for a well balanced vacation.

Version B is a more challenging route for cyclists who really want to experience the whole route from Vienna to Prague by bicycle. The route is interesting due to the landscape variety – from the warm, winegrowing region of South Moravia, the lush, forested Podyji National Park, to the Czech-Moravian highlands, the lakes surrounding Telc and the romantic landscape of central Czech Republic. Enjoy the numerous fairytale castles, chateaux, small, historical towns on the trail.

Please note that the tour travels along the famed cycling route known as the "Vienna-Prague Greenways." However, the tour doesn't start in Vienna but rather in Valtice (Czech Republic) for Version A and in Stockerau (about 12 miles from Vienna) for Version B. Version A ends in Cesky Krumlov, and many tour participants travel from there to Prague by train or bus. Version B ends in Prague. Neither tour includes lodging in Prague. We encourage you to stay overnight in Vienna before your tour and in Prague after your tour.

Version A - 165 miles/264 km

Day 1: Vienna – Valtice
Arrive from Vienna to your first hotel where you will get all necessary information materials.
Overnight in Valtice.

Day 2: Valtice – Lednice – Mikulov (24 miles/38 km)
You will start your biking trip in Lednice-Valtice area (UNESCO World Heritage Site), where you will ride on forest and field trails. Two magnificent chateaux grace the area, along numerous 'follies', romantic structures set in a harmonious way into the surrounding landscape. A paved road with little traffic then leads you to Pavlov with an archaeological museum streched over the Stone Age mammoth hunters site. Wrap up your day riding to Mikulov with an imposing castle, historic square, the tomb of the Dietrichstein family, as well as the synagogue and the Jewish cemetery, where the oldest tombstone dates back to 1605.
Overnight in Mikulov.

Day 3: Mikulov – Znojmo – Vranov nad Dyji (26 miles/41 km)
Morning transfer by car from Mikulov to Znojmo. Then cycle through the Podyji National Park with untouched nature, beautiful views of the deep, forested river valley and the last remnant of the Iron Curtain. Vranov chateau, perched high on a rock above the Dyje river is another highlight.
Overnight in Vranov nad Dyji.

Day 4: Vranov nad Dyji – Slavonice – Telc (30 miles/48 km)
From Vranov skim the Austrian border to Slavonice, a forgotten jewel with sgraffito houses. Then transfer by local train to the town of Telc, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its perfectly preserved Renaissance town center.
Overnight in Telc.

Day 5: Telc – Jindrichuv Hradec (27 miles/43 km)
Today you will cycle through the Czech-Moravian Highlands, through fields and forests. A unique stop on the way is the memorial in Kostelni Myslova to Jewish painter Frantisek Moritz Nagl, a local artist who died in Auschwitz along with his family. Finish the day in the old town of Jindrichuv Hradec, containing the third biggest castle complex in the Czech Republic.
Overnight in Jindrichuv Hradec.

Day 6: Jindrichuv Hradec – Trebon (19 miles/30 km)
Take in the historic town and castle of Jindrichuv Hradec with the world’s largest mechanical nativity scene in the regional museum, then start cycling through the mosaic of ponds, woods and meadows of the Bohemia Lake District to Trebon, a medieval town whose walls are still largely intact. Enter the historical center through a gate in the old fortifications and across a moat, part of a unique water regulation system dating back to the 16th century.
Overnight in Trebon.

Day 7: Trebon – Cesky Krumlov (39 miles/63 km)
The last day of cycling leads through hilly terrain to the jewel of South Bohemia, the town of Cesky Krumlov (a UNESCO Heritage Site), situated on the banks of the meandering upper course of the Vltava River.
Overnight in Cesky Krumlov.

Day 8: Cesky Krumlov – Prague
Enjoy all that Cesky Krumlov has to offer within one day. The old town preserves a virtually intact and unparalleled ensemble of Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque structures. Among the attractions are the second largest castle complex in the Czech Republic and the oldest working Baroque theater in Europe. Late afternoon transfer by bus from Cesky Krumlov to Prague.
Accommodations are not included on Day 8.

Version B - 287 miles/459 km

Day 1: Vienna – Stockerau
After your arrival in Vienna, a city of Habsburg tradition combined with modern architecture, make your way individually to Stockerau (car, train or 18 km by bike). Check in and enjoy the evening in this cosy town. We will meet you at your hotel with the necessary materials and bikes.
Overnight in Stockerau.

Day 2: Stockerau – Mikulov (45 miles/72 km)
On the first day of the route, you will follow the rolling countryside of Weinviertel (Wine Quarter) past Laa an der Thaya to enter the Czech Republic at Mikulov. In this small town with an imposing castle is also a former Jewish Quarter with a synagogue and Jewish cemetery, where the oldest tombstone dates back to 1605.
Overnight in Mikulov.

Day 3: Mikulov – Znojmo – Vranov nad Dyji (65 miles/105 km)
Take a former Iron Curtain patrol road turned into a dedicated bike path along the Austrian border and continue on a flat road through Znojmo to Podyji National Park with untouched nature, beautiful views of the deep, forested river valley and the last remnant of the Iron Curtain. Another highlight is Vranov Castle, perched high on a rock above the Dyje River. A shorter cycling option (26 miles/41 km), with a car transfer from Mikulov to Znojmo, is available.
Overnight in Vranov nad Dyji.

Day 4: Vranov nad Dyji – Slavonice – Telc (50 miles/78 km)
From Vranov skim the Austrian border lined with pre-WWII fortification to Slavonice, a forgotten jewel with sgraffito houses. Then cycle from Slavonice to Telc, which has a well-preserved Renaissance town center listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. A shorter cycling option (30 miles/48 km), with a train transfer from Slavonice to Telc, is available.
Overnight in Telc.

Day 5: Telc – Jindrichuv Hradec (27 miles/43 km)
Today you will cycle through the Czech-Moravian Highlands, through fields and forests. A unique stop on the way is the memorial in Kostelni Myslova to Jewish painter called Frantisek Moritz Nagl, a local artist who died in Auschwitz extermination camp along with his family. Finish the day in the old town of Jindrichuv Hradec, containing the third biggest castle complex in the Czech Republic.
Overnight in Jindrichuv Hradec.

Day 6: Jindrichuv Hradec – Tabor (31 miles/50 km)
Take in the historic town of Jindrichuv Hradec with the world’s largest mechanical nativity scene in the regional museum. Then follow the route through a tapestry of woods and ponds to Cervena Lhota, with a beautiful little chateau built on a rocky island in the middle of a pond. Afternoon arrival in Tabor leaves plenty of time for a tour of this historic town, founded by the Hussites.
Overnight in Tabor.

Day 7: Tabor – Benesov (44 miles/70 km)
From Tabor we ride through a region of highlands with woods and pastures, an area known as Czech Siberia for its blustery winter weather and unspoiled environment. Wrap up your day by a visit to the impressive Konopiste Castle with its large park and Rose Garden which belonged to the Austrian crown prince Franz Ferdinand d’Este before his assassination in Sarajevo, touching off WWI.
Overnight in Benesov.

Day 8: Benesov – Pruhonice – Prague (26 miles/41 km)
The final part of this bicycle tour takes you to Pruhonice with its Renaissance chateau and chateau park - a center of botany and garden science in the Czech Republic. Transfer by car from Pruhonice to Prague city center.
Accommodations are not included on Day 8.

Dates

May 7; Jun 16, 18; Jul 14; Aug 6, 11; Sep 7, 9, 2018 (minimum 4 participants)

Prices

Tour package

Please note the dates are version A or B specific

Per person, double occupancy
€2090
Single room surcharge (1 person/1 room)
€350
Discounts
Per person, groups of 8 or more (on base package price)
€-200

Dates

Daily: Apr 1-Oct 31, 2018

Prices

Tour package

Please specify either version A or B upon booking

Per person, double occupancy
€1390
Single room surcharge (1 person/1 room)
€350
Solo traveler surcharge (only 1 person in party, payable in addition to the single room surcharge)
€209
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Greenways Travel Club aka Top Bicycle Terms and Conditions

Please read these terms and conditions carefully. You need to agree with these before you book your tour.

Cancellations and Refunds 
Cancellation by client: if you need to cancel your tour before departure, the following fees shall apply at the time we receive your written cancellation notice:

  • More than 45 days before departure: 100 EUR per person (the deposit).
  • From 45 to 14 days before departure: 50 % of tour price.
  • Less than 14 days before departure: 100% of tour price.

Tours through this tour operator:

  • Self-guided tours are available every day from April to the end of October.
  • Private guided tours are available every day from April to the end of October.
  • All trip prices are per person, and are based on double occupancy.
  • Single occupancy requests come with a single supplement.
  • There is a 15% surcharge if you travel alone on a self-guided tour.

Tour Cancellation by the tour operator:
The tour operator reserves the right to cancel any tour due to acts of nature and/or any other occurrence out of our control. We also reserve the right to cancel any trip prior to departure when circumstances make it necessary, in which case a full refund will be made to the client, constituting full settlement. The tour operator is not responsible for any additional expenses that may be incurred by a client in relation to a canceled tour (i.e., purchase of a nonrefundable airline ticket, visa fees, equipment, or additional lodging).

Eligibility and Reservations
You must be at least eighteen years of age. People younger than this must be accompanied by an adult.

Refunds for Services Not Used
Our tours are sold as a package. Credit cannot be given for services not used by a client. This includes accommodations, meals, or any other arrangements not used for any reason.

Trip Cancellation Insurance
We recommend that you purchase trip cancellation insurance.

Travel Insurance
We recommend all clients carry medical and personal insurance to cover hospital and other medical expenses and loss of baggage or personal belongings.

  • Responsibility
    As a client, you have specific responsibilities to the tour operator and to other tour members that include:
    Selecting a tour appropriate to your interests and abilities.
  • Preparing for your tour by reading and understanding pre-tour information provided by the tour operator
  • Bringing appropriate clothing as recommended by the tour operator.
  • Acting in an appropriate and respectful manner in accordance with customs and laws of countries and regions visited.

The tour operator reserves the right to accept, retain, or decline any tour member at any time and for any reason. In such a case, a refund equal to the actual cost of the unused services is the limit of the tour operator´s responsibility.

Furthermore, payment of your deposit represents your acceptance of the following terms and conditions:
The tour operator, and agents give notice that all services and arrangements for transportation, accommodations, and all other services and arrangements related to this tour have been made by the tour operator only as an agent upon the express condition that the tour operator shall not be liable and does not assume responsibility for any claims, damages, expenses, or other financial loss whether to person or property arising out of any injury, accident, death, cancellation, delay, alteration or inconvenience resulting from any act of omission, commission, or inadvertence of any hotel, carrier, restaurant, or other company or person rendering any of the services included in the tour or caused by weather, sickness, strides, quarantines, or other cause whatsoever beyond the control of the tour operator. The right is reserved to alter the itinerary, arrangements, or dates, if it becomes necessary or advisable, and each participant agrees to pay additional expenses, if any.

Rental Agreement
If you rent equipment from the tour operator, you agree to return all of this equipment at the end of the tour or at the expiry of the agreed rental period in the same conditions as when delivered to you, reasonable wear and tear only excepted. You also acknowledge that you are so responsible even when your use of the equipment is in a tour or excursion organized by the tour operator. In the event of loss or constructive loss of the rental equipment, you agree to pay the replacement value thereof to the tour operator, should the tour operator elect to replace the same equipment, otherwise you shall only be required to pay fair market value for that equipment, and in the event of damage which is less than a loss or constructive loss of the equipment, to pay for the cost of repairs, and you also agree without prejudice to any other remedy the tour operator might have.

Statement of Risks
The risks and dangers inherent in cycling, horse-riding, walking, swimming, hiking, ballooning, flying, and sailing include, but are not limited to, vehicle traffic; weather conditions; illness or accident caused by stress, fatigue, or consumption of alcoholic beverages; secondary transportation by airplane, bus, car, van, taxi, boat, or other conveyance. The tour operator assumes no responsibility for any claims, damages, expenses, or liability for any claims, damages, expenses or other financial loss whether to person or property arising out of these risks and dangers.

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Ratings

Ratings Snapshot

  • 5 Star 2
  • 4 Star 1
  • 3 Star 0
  • 2 Star 0
  • 1 Star 0

Average Ratings

  • Overall

    4.7

  • Difficulty level (Actual vs. expected) 3
  • Value 4.3
  • Included meals 4.3
  • Bikes & equipment 5
  • Hotels or boat 4.7
  • Scenery 4.7
  • Ease of navigation 4.7
  • Tour documents 5
  • Local tour company services 5
  • Route selection 4.7
  • Guides (if applicable) 5

Reviews

mbroselli October 24, 2017

Most Amazing Tour and Countryside

There were four on our adventure and we just loved the tour. We were unsupported in the fact we had no tour guide but felt if we needed them, they were a phone call away. Fortunately, the routes were right on and there was never a question of needing support. It was just an amazing tour. We were on minor roads, bike paths that were paved or dirt, and they were all in great shape and well marked. Loved the overnights. Each city offered something unique and a different experience. I can't say enough good about this trip.

czech_ride August 8, 2017

Great trip

Positives:
-interesting route (lots to see)
-mostly low traffic back roads
-good quality bike
-excellent support
-excellent directions/info packet

Negatives
-hotels quality variable (some fantastic, some so-so)
-a couple sections had significant truck traffic

Note: I doubled the time for this trip -- I biked every other day so I'd have a full day to explore each town. I highly recommend this approach. It also gave me a chance to recover and enjoy each bike ride (I'm not a spring chicken.)
Also note this route is, for the most part, not on dedicated bike paths or even roads with bike lanes. Rather it's mostly narrow, low traffic country roads. Not as stress free as riding on bike paths (as on Danube or in Dolomites), but the Czech drivers were, for the most part, very courteous to bikers. However the sections with truck traffic were not pleasant.

Loriann April 5, 2017

Our Best Adventure

My husband and I did the self guided multi sport version of this tour. Impecible support! A fun and fantastic adventure. Our best trip yet. Thank you Bike Tours!

Responses from Biketours.com

Jim Johnson April 26, 2018
We're delighted you had a great time! You are quite welcome, and thanks for your feedback!