Prague to Vienna via Cesky Krumlov

4.1/5 (9)
8 nights
33 miles/day
Guided from EUR € 1518
Self guided from EUR € 1268
Bike tour in Austria and Czech Republic
Rider Level: Active Electric bike tours Primarily bike paths Client favorites

Prague to Vienna via Cesky Krumlov

4.1/5 (9)

Rider Level: Active Electric bike tours Primarily bike paths Client favorites

8 nights
33 miles/day

Guided from EUR € 1518
Self guided from EUR € 1268
Bike tour in Austria and Czech Republic

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  • Prague to Vienna

    This tour will take you to the pearls of Czech Republic: Prague, one of the best-preserved medieval towns in Europe; Cesky Krumlov, the Trebon ponds and woods of Czech Canada; the Renaissance towns of Trebon and Telc; the vineyards of South Moravia; the cultural centers of Znojmo and Mikulov. You spend the last night of the tour in Vienna, Austria.

    • View from the tower in Old Town, Prague, Czech Republic. CC:A.Savin
    • Vranov Castle, Czech Republic. Petr Slovacek@Unsplash
    • Vienna, Austria. Sandro Gonzalez@Unsplash
    • Znojmo, Czech Republic. Ales Maze@Unsplash
    • Stephansdoms in Vienna, Austria. CC:Bwag
    • The Czechs are known for their beer! Bohdan Stocek@Unsplash
    • Prague, Bohemia, Czech Republic. Kelsey Curtis@Unsplash
    • Prague to Vienna via Cesky Krumlov Bike Tour

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    Highlights

    • Prague – the capital city of Czech Republic
    • Cesky Krumlov - the best-preserved medieval town in Europe
    • The lands of the Trebon ponds
    • Renaissance towns Trebon and Telc
    • Czech Canada - woods on the border with Austria and continental divide
    • The vineyards of South Moravia
    • Cultural centers of the region - Znojmo and Mikulov
    • Podyje national park
    • Border crossing into Austria
    • Vienna – the capital city of Austria

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    Not sure which type of tour to book? Learn more about the differences between guided and self-guided tours.


    Prague to Vienna

    Photos 

  • Traveler photos

    • Nearing Czech Canada (photo by Stacey)
    • Telc town square (photo by Stacey)
    • Telc (photo by Stacey)
    • through the forest... (photo by Stacey)
    • very flat between Znojmo and Mikulov (photo by Stacey)
    • The Chateau at Vranov nad Dyji is visible on the approach to the town. (photo by Stacey)
    • Photo 1 (photo by Chloek1234)
    • Poppies! These guys were in bloom everywhere. (photo by Chloek1234)
    • Signs for the Czech Republic's extensive bike path network (photo by Chloek1234)
    • Cycle path-side adult beverages (photo by Chloek1234)
    • Our group visiting the only remaining portion of the Iron Curtain in Czechia (photo by Chloek1234)
  • Daily program

    For guided group tours, distances can be shortened.

    When choosing a start date, please keep in mind that many museums, castles, etc are closed on Mondays.

    Day 1: Arrival into Prague
    Arrive to Prague and explore after hotel check in.

    Day 2: Prague to Cesky Krumlov
    Welcome briefing, transfer from Prague to Cesky Krumlov (175 km/111 miles by minibus or car), checking in at the hotel, sightseeing in Cesky Krumlov, adaptation of bicycles to match to bikers' body dimensions. Optional self-guided cycle up to Klet hill.
    Overnight in Cesky Krumlov

    Day 3: Cesky Krumlov – Trebon (32 miles/53 km)
    After breakfast you can take an optional tour of the castle and garden. Your cycling route today leads you through the beautiful hilly landscape surrounding Cesky Krumlov. However, the closer you get to Trebon area, the flatter the landscape becomes.

    A scenic ride through a picturesque landscape ends in Trebon, also well-known as a major spa resort. In Trebon, you will check in to your hotel and you can visit the Schwarzenberg Tomb. In case you would like to relax in a spa, we can arrange a massage, whirlpool or other services at Trebon's wellness center. We also recommend an evening walk around the Renaissance town.
    Overnight in Trebon

    Day 4: Trebon – Telc (47 miles/78 km)*
    Optional tour of Trebon chateau in the morning. Today's trail winds along many ponds and man-made lakes, so typical of this region, to Perslak, the most northern point of Austria. You will follow the border with Austria on the Greenways trail passing through Nova Bystrice, where you will have lunch.

    From Nova Bystrice the trail will take you through the forests of the National Park called Czech Canada. The day ends in Telc, a Renaissance town registered on the UNESCO Cultural Heritage List. Houses on the main square in Telc, with facades decorated with typical renaissance graffiti, form the best-preserved Renaissance square in the Czech Republic. It is extremely interesting to compare the differences between the towns of Trebon, Cesky Krumlov and Telc.
    *Please note it may be possible to shorten this stage of the tour. If this interests you, please ask about this option prior to booking.
    Overnight in Telc

    Day 5: Telc – Vranov (35 miles/55 km)
    Optional tour of Telc chateau in the morning. You will ride through several charming villages typical for this area of the country. You will cycle gently through the region of South Moravia.
    Overnight in Vranov

    Day 6: Vranov – Znojmo (20-23 miles/32-38 km)
    You will cycle on the Greenways trail following the river Dyje and the southern Czech border with Austria. This very beautiful trail leads through the national park of Dyje. Znojmo is the gateway to South Moravia, a region of wine production. Check-in to Znojmo hotel, then take some time to explore the historical center of Znojmo in the evening.
    Overnight in Znojmo

    Day 7: Znojmo – Mikulov (37-43 miles/61-72 km)
    This flatland region is a traditional vine-growing area and there are many wine cellars. Mikulov is a town with a rich history, a beautiful castle and a historical square. Check-in to Mikulov hotel in late afternoon, followed by leisure time in the evening.
    Overnight in Mikulov

    Day 8: Mikulov – Vienna (28 miles/46 km + car/minibus transfer)
    You cross the border at the Mikulov border checkpoint and spend the rest of the day in Austria. The ride in Austria is, to begin, very similar to the Czech section. There are vineyards, fields and small villages along the trail. Experienced bikers can reach the Vienna hotel by bike. We recommend finishing the cycling part of the trail in Poysdorf (25 km) or in Mistelbach (48 km) and traveling by car or minibus to Vienna. The official tour program ends with a check-in to your Vienna hotel.

    Important notice for guided group tours: The support vehicle with bikes and the tour leader leaves Vienna on Day 8 in the early afternoon. All participants with flight tickets from Prague can travel by support vehicle to Prague for free. These bikers spend their last night in Prague.
    Important notice for self-guided tours: The standard program ends by cycling Mikulov to Mistelbach (27 miles/45 km) and transfer to you hotel in Vienna. It is possible to arrange pick up in Poysdorf (15 miles/25 km).
    Overnight in Vienna or Prague

    Day 9: Vienna or Prague
    The tour ends with breakfast.


    Prague to Vienna

     Photos Accommodation 

  • Accommodation

    Hotels

    These are sample hotels and may vary based on availability.

    Premium hotels: 3- and 4-star hotels and inns

    Prague: Bishops House

    Cesky Krumlov: Hotel Gold

    Trebon: Zlatá Hvězda

    Telc: Hotel U Hrabenky

    Vranov: Penzion Jelen

    Znojmo: Hotel Katerina

    Mikulov: Hotel Galant

    Vienna: Anatol


    Standard hotels (used on guided tour): 3-star hotels, inns or guest houses

    Prague: Mucha Hotel

    Cesky Krumlov: Penzion Familia

    Trebon: Rodinný hotel Myslivna

    Telc: Hotel Anton

    Vranov: Penzion Jelen

    Znojmo: Hotel Solnice

    Mikulov: Hotel Maroli

    Vienna: Pension Pharmador

    Interested in visiting other areas before or after your tour? Visit our hotels page to learn more about lodging options.


    Prague to Vienna

     Daily program Bikes 

  • Bikes

    Bikes available for rent on this tour (reserved in advance at the time of booking):

    • Standard touring bikes: men's and women's
    • Electrically assisted bikes (on request)*
    • Tandem bike (on request)

    *More about electrically-assisted bikes >

    Bikes come equipped with:

    • Handlebar bag
    • Lock
    • One repair kit per group, including pump, spare tubes, and tools
    • Helmet rental(must be reserved in advance) - Size S/M or L/XL

    Pedals:
    The bikes are equipped with flat pedals. If you want to bring your own pedals, please bring your own shoes and also the necessary equipment to change the pedals.

    Helmets:
    Helmets are available to rent free of charge but must be reserved in advance( S/M or L/XL.). Additionally, helmets are available for purchase (please see price chart). If you do not plan to purchase a helmet, we recommend, for safety and hygiene reasons, that you bring your own helmet.

    Bike Protection:
    Bike protection can be purchased at the time of booking. You can read more about that HERE.


    Prague to Vienna

     Accommodation Dates & Prices 

  • Dates

    • Daily: Apr 1-Oct 31, 2024 (minimum 2 persons)

    • May 18; Jun 22; Jul 20; Aug 17, Sep 14, 2024 (minimum 6 participants)

    Prices

    • Tour package

      Premium hotels Standard hotels
      Per person, double occupancy €1562 €1268
      Single use room (1 person/1 room) €1857 €1498
      Solo traveler (1 person in party)

      €2275

      €2043

      Bike Rentals

      Standard touring bike €88
      Electrically assisted bike €195
      Road bike €140
      GPS Rental €16
      Helmet (for purchase) €37
      Mobile holder (for purchase) €16

      Extra nights, Prague

      Premium hotels Standard hotels
      Per person, double occupancy €90 €58
      Single use room (1 person/1 room) €147 €103

      Extra nights, Vienna

      Premium hotels Standard hotels
      Per person, double occupancy €90 €69
      Single use room (1 person/1 room) €158 €116

      Additional Services

      Private Walking tour in Prague (per group, 1-5 people) €103
      Private Walking tour in Prague (per group, 6+ people) €147
      Karlstejn Castle bike tour (per person, min. 2 people) €72

      Transfer

      From Prague airport to start hotel for 1-3 people (per car) €44
      From Prague airport to start hotel for 4-8 people (per car) €61
    • Tour package

      Per person, double occupancy €1518
      Single use room (1 person/1 room) €1748

      Only offered in Standard hotels.

      Bike Rentals

      Standard touring bike €88
      Electrically assisted bike €195
      Road bike €140
      GPS Rental €16
      Helmet (for purchase) €37

      Extra nights, Prague

      Premium hotels Standard hotels
      Per person, double occupancy €90 €58
      Single use room (1 person/1 room) €147 €103

      Extra nights, Vienna

      Premium hotels Standard hotels
      Per person, double occupancy €90 €69
      Single use room (1 person/1 room) €158 €116

      Additional Services

      Private Walking tour in Prague (per group, 1-5 people) €103
      Private Walking tour in Prague (per group, 6+ people) €147
      Karlstejn Castle bike tour (per person, min. 2 people) €72

      Transfer

      From Prague airport to start hotel for 1-3 people (per car) €44
      From Prague airport to start hotel for 4-8 people (per car) €61

    Included services

      • 8 nights accommodation
      • Buffet breakfast on all days
      • Luggage transfer
      • Detailed cycling maps and route description, program and route book, detailed town maps (1 set per room)
      • 24-hour hotline assistance service
      • Transportation from Prague hotel to the starting point of the bike route(according to the program)
      • Transportation from the end of the bike route to the final hotel
      • Bicycle repair kit (1 per room)
      • GPX data is provided for smartphones; a GPS unit with recorded routes is available on request (limited availability)

      Visitor's taxes, where due, are not included in the price of the tour. You will pay the tax directly to your hotel reception upon check out (€1-4 per person/night).

      • 8 nights accommodation
      • Buffet breakfast each day
      • All transportation of participants and their luggage and bicycles during the tour
      • Detailed cycling maps, program and route book, detailed town maps (1 set per room)
      • Technical service on the route
      • Welcome briefing on the first day
      • Tour leader during all biking days
      • 3 dinners
      • Refreshments in the support vehicle (soft drinks, snacks, sweets, fruit)
      • Water for water bottles
      • Practical bike riding safety training
      • First aid health service on the route
      • Support vehicle

      Visitor's taxes, where due, are not included in the price of the tour. You will pay the tax directly to your hotel reception upon check out (€1-4 per person/night).


    Tour Company


    Prague to Vienna

     Bikes Other Details 

  • Map

    Maps are for information purposes only and reflect typical routes between overnight locations. They may not reflect your actual route.

    Surface and terrain

    This route combines roads without traffic, a few sections with traffic, paved path as well some short off-road sections. You may also choose alternative routes which offer longer, possibly off-road, or shorter routes only on pavement (which will be suited for electrically assisted bikes). Your operator will provide these details to you upon arrival in your tour documents.

    The tour is frequented by sections of rolling hills, and there a few short steeper hills on which you may need to push your bike. There are also many long, flatter sections.


    How to get there

    Tour start
    Nearest airport and train station: Prague, Czech Republic

    Tour end
    Nearest airport and train station: Vienna, Austria

    Pick-up from hotel in Prague on the first day of the tour at an appointed time is included in the tour cost. Transfer from Prague airport or train station to tour start is available for a fee.

    Tips on getting to and from your tour


    Prague to Vienna

     Dates & Prices Tour Reviews 

    • Glen E. 5 days ago

      a nice way to see authentic Czechia

      I enjoyed it! I got what I view as an authentic look at the Czech landscape with a Czech guide. Jitka took us to obscure places that I would have never found on my own, and even with a GPS, I wouldn't have known the significance of some places without her there to describe them. Henry was great as a driver and rest stop provider, etc, and went above-and-beyond the call of duty, even finding obscure screws when my bike broke down in a small town of 800 people. (Note, I was riding my own bike; from what I saw with the other people, they had no problems with the rental bikes.)

      We had a group of 6 people + ride leader + driver. Everyone was easy to get along with.

      The one thing that surprised me about the trip was that we all rode together; there was no breaking up into different groups based on riding speeds (as I have experienced on other bicycle tours I have done). There were times when I would have liked to go a little faster. Occasionally, I did get ahead of the group and would wait in the next town or when we were coming to a turn. I would just say, this is a trip to see the Czech countryside, not to race and finish the riding day fast. But overall, it wasn't a big problem and I enjoyed the tour.

      The tour was about 35-40 miles per day and was fairly hilly. It wasn't monstrously hilly, but every day except one had a few significant climbs. Cyclists either need to be accustomed to hill-climbing, or else rent an e-bike. Our group was split half-and-half between normal bikes and e-bikes. The e-bike people sometimes tried to make less use of the "e" part, but they had the security of knowing they could turn up the dial and go up any hill easily if they wanted to.

      One comfort I was missing from the USA was air conditioning in the hotels. Most days weren't that hot (avg highs were low 20s Celsius, though a couple days got into the high 20s, maybe even 30); but even so, in the evenings it can be stuffy and a bit humid in a hotel room. 1 or 2 hotels had AC, 1 or 2 had a room fan, and the other 4 or so were, just open a window. I don't fault the bike tour for a lack of hotel AC, I think most hotels in Czechia are that way.

      What was the date of your tour?
      June 2024
      How many tours have you completed?
      about 60
      Difficulty (actual vs. expected)?
      As expected
      Who is this tour suitable for?
      First-time bike tourists, Solo travelers
      Do you recommend this tour?
      Yes
      • BikeTours.com staff reply from bozena_kusovac July 5, 2024

        Thank you for your thoughtful review! We're thrilled you enjoyed an authentic look at the Czech landscape with Jitka's expert guidance. Also, it's great to hear Henry went above and beyond to assist you. We look forward to welcoming you on another tour soon!

      • 5/5 Value
      • 5/5 Included meals
      • 4/5 Hotels or boat
      • 5/5 Scenery
      • 4/5 Ease of navigation
      • 4/5 Tour documents
      • 5/5 Local tour company services
      • 4/5 Route selection
      • 5/5 Guides (if applicable)
    • Linda Farnworth 1 month ago

      Not impressed with Ave

      The bikes were not good. One day the range of ebike battery barely made it, my chain came off twice, seat kept slipping down, other equipment not great, and worst of all the seats were TERRIBLE.
      The ride was nice though with good scenery and a challenging ride.

      What was the date of your tour?
      May 18, 2024
      How many tours have you completed?
      4
      Difficulty (actual vs. expected)?
      Somewhat harder
      Do you recommend this tour?
      No
      • 3/5 Value
      • 2/5 Bikes + equipment
      • 4/5 Hotels or boat
      • 4/5 Scenery
      • 1/5 Ease of navigation
      • 1/5 Tour documents
      • 2/5 Local tour company services
      • 2/5 Route selection
    • Harvey Wilds 12 months ago

      Wonderful tour of Czech and Austrian countryside

      My wife and I had an excellent time on our self guided tour. The accomodations and logistics were perfect! We are definitely planning our next trip already.

    • Stacey October 16, 2018

      Challenging hills then scenic plains

      Czechia is such a beautiful country, and this tour across southern Bohemia and Moravia was just fantastic. However, it is very hilly for the first few days. 50 miles per day with some very steep hills the first couple days. The countryside starts to flatten out more after you reach Znojmo. Once outside Prague, most folks do not speak English, so some knowledge of Czech and/or German is very helpful. Vlastimil, the local tour operator for Ave Travel, was very responsive and helpful.

      I did ask for and received a GPX file to preload into my Garmin, as navigation is always a challenge on bike tours. Further, the local tour company recommended a couple of Czech specific apps which you can use to predownload the local maps for use when you arrive, and this was extremely helpful, if you have an international cell plan for your phone.

      A couple of caveats: the GPX file included alternate routes instead of a single path, as this tour has optional legs that you may or may not want to go on. This negated my ability to use the navigation on my Garmin edge, since it couldn't know which route i wanted to take, and could only tell me when I was off course. Also, as others have mentioned, there was no opportunity to see our rented bikes and make sure they were appropriately sized prior to being picked up by the van for our transfer to Cesky Krumlov. Two of the four bikes we rented could have used newer tires; however they were clearly equal to the task of getting us across the CR.

      I would say this is a wonderful route that is off the beaten path, but challenging. If you are unsure whether your fitness level is up to the task, an e-bike rental would probably be a great idea. I will also probably upgrade to a better Garmin that can actually do turn-by-turn navigation, which mine can't do. However, getting lost and finding your way is half the fun on these trips!

      What was the date of your tour?
      September 2018
      How many tours have you completed?
      2
      Difficulty (actual vs. expected)?
      Somewhat harder
      Who is this tour suitable for?
      Solo travelers, Families with teens
      Do you recommend this tour?
      Yes
      • Nearing Czech Canada (photo by Stacey)
      • Telc town square (photo by Stacey)
      • Telc (photo by Stacey)
      • through the forest... (photo by Stacey)
      • very flat between Znojmo and Mikulov (photo by Stacey)
      • The Chateau at Vranov nad Dyji is visible on the approach to the town. (photo by Stacey)
      • 5/5 Value
      • 4/5 Included meals
      • 3/5 Bikes + equipment
      • 3/5 Hotels or boat
      • 5/5 Scenery
      • 3/5 Ease of navigation
      • 4/5 Tour documents
      • 5/5 Local tour company services
      • 4/5 Route selection
    • Kathy B October 11, 2018

      An excellent adventure!

      This was my first bike trip and I can't wait to do it again. Our guides were enthusiastic and fun and our driver could not have been more helpful transporting luggage, providing snacks and water at stops, and keeping our bikes tuned up.
      We rode through picturesque villages, fairy-tale forests, along rivers and lakes, and up and down hills with eye-popping views and sweeping vistas of farmland, vineyards, and distant highlands. We saw numerous castles dating from the 13th to the 19th century and toured several of them. We climbed on/up WWII military bunkers and anti-tank fortifications and a soviet era watch tower. Our guides were very knowledgeable and provided historical context for all of it.
      The hills were more demanding than most of our group anticipated and there was some challenging terrain, but with the support of our guides and driver everyone rode all day even though the van was available for breaks. However I do recommend e-bikes if you have not done much riding. About half of our group did and they were happy with their choice.
      The accommodations were basic but comfortable and ran the gamut as far as architecture and design. We enjoyed the local cuisine, wine, and I think the best beer anywhere!
      Prague is magical and Vienna is filled with music and art, but I really loved getting off the beaten track in between. If you are looking for adventure, culture, and a bit of a challenge, you will love this trip.

      What was the date of your tour?
      September 2018
      How many tours have you completed?
      none
      Difficulty (actual vs. expected)?
      Somewhat harder
      Who is this tour suitable for?
      Solo travelers, First-time bike tourists, Families with teens
      Do you recommend this tour?
      Yes
      • 5/5 Value
      • 4/5 Included meals
      • 5/5 Bikes + equipment
      • 4/5 Hotels or boat
      • 5/5 Scenery
      • 5/5 Ease of navigation
      • 5/5 Tour documents
      • 5/5 Local tour company services
      • 5/5 Route selection
      • 5/5 Guides (if applicable)
    • Halloran911 September 14, 2017

      Awesome trip

      Best way to see Czech Republic. Guides could not have been better. Total knowledge, kind and considerate and always following up on everything. Luggage always made it to the room. The tour company AVE is awesome and is not frilly but high quality. Rooms were great. No AC in rooms but not really a problem. Clean. Bring your own washcloths. One complaint. 2 hour heavy lunches were silly. Give us a snack and let us move on so we can have more time to relax when we get to the next village.

      What was the date of your tour?
      August 5-13
      How many tours have you completed?
      1
      Difficulty (actual vs. expected)?
      Much harder
      Who is this tour suitable for?
      Solo travelers
      Do you recommend this tour?
      Yes
      • BikeTours.com staff reply from Jim Johnson, founder and president September 15, 2017

        Charles, thank you very much for your feedback. I'm glad you had a great time on your tour. We'll pass along your comments about the lunches. I'm in total agreement on that!

      • 5/5 Value
      • 3/5 Included meals
      • 4/5 Bikes + equipment
      • 4/5 Hotels or boat
      • 5/5 Scenery
      • 5/5 Ease of navigation
      • 5/5 Tour documents
      • 5/5 Local tour company services
      • 5/5 Route selection
      • 5/5 Guides (if applicable)
    • Maria June 26, 2017

      What an adventure!

      What a gorgeous country the Czech Republic is. It was fantastic cycling through this incredibly varied and lush countryside with 7 friends. Navigating had it's challenges and we got lost daily as sometimes the directions were off but our crew of navigators prevailed and got us to our final destination every day where we knew the beer would be cold and well deserved! There were lots of hills and we learned to love each and every one. We had some long hot days. Getting into town at days end and getting out of town the next morning were always challenging. Better signage would have made this easier. We used a lot of hand signals and met so many lovely people willing to stop and try to help us find our way. The terrain varies from beautiful wide shaded asphalt bike paths through national parks to narrow roads also used by cars to farmer's fields to gravel pathways. The combo mountain bike/road bike provided is ideal for this terrain. On the downside there was no real orientation once we arrived in Cesky Krumlov to understand the e-bikes some had or the GPS. We would have appreciated checking out the equipment before starting the tour so that we had the right size bike for each cyclist. Ave Tours did work closely with us to get us the right equipment eventually. Getting picked up in Mistelbach was the way to go rather than trying to cycle into Vienna. All in all it was an outstanding experience and adventure. It was really to our benefit to have experienced cyclists who'd been on previous cycling trips before to help us navigate our way through the country. I loved every minute of it. It was challenging but it is Level 3. Such an accomplishment. I think we are all really proud of ourselves! Thank you Bike Tours! Great memories have been made by the Czech Mates!

      What was the date of your tour?
      June 12-20
      How many tours have you completed?
      3
      Difficulty (actual vs. expected)?
      Somewhat harder
      Do you recommend this tour?
      Yes
      • 4/5 Value
      • 4/5 Included meals
      • 4/5 Bikes + equipment
      • 4/5 Hotels or boat
      • 5/5 Scenery
      • 2/5 Ease of navigation
      • 4/5 Tour documents
      • 4/5 Local tour company services
      • 4/5 Route selection
    • The dozer October 18, 2016

      Challenging to peddle to fairy tale cities.

      The route was challenging, navigation difficults, but beautiful UNESCO sites each night. We were just dropped off with the wrong bikes, a Garmin we could not use, and one sheet of paper with directions and overview of route. If it had not been for 5 Irish ladies on the same route we would have really struggled. They had a Garmin that worked and with intense map study did not get lost as often as we did. VERY few people spoke English. Our pick up person was very rude to the Irish ladies.

      What was the date of your tour?
      August 2015
      How many tours have you completed?
      3
      Difficulty (actual vs. expected)?
      Much harder
      Do you recommend this tour?
      No
      • BikeTours.com staff reply from Lindsay Nash October 19, 2016

        Hi! Thanks so much for sharing your experience. We're glad to hear you had a good trip overall. Aren't the UNESCO sites just fascinating?
        We're sorry to hear of your trouble with the bikes and Garmin along the route. We'll share this feedback with the local operator and work to improve this service!
        Thank you again for sharing your experience and helping us to spread the joy of bicycle tourism.
        Kind regards,
        Lindsay

      • 4/5 Value
      • 2/5 Bikes + equipment
      • 3/5 Hotels or boat
      • 4/5 Scenery
      • 2/5 Ease of navigation
      • 1/5 Tour documents
      • 1/5 Local tour company services
      • 4/5 Route selection
    • Chloek1234 December 3, 2015

      Interesting tour for the well-traveled individual

      I went on this tour as a BikeTours.com staff member. I think that this tour has some wonderful highlights - Prague, Cesky Krumlov, but also is a bit monotonous. I enjoy riding in more varied scenery that this tour offered. However, the bike path network within the country is extensive (and I was impressed). The accommodations and food were basic to nice. The Czech people were very kind and down-to-earth. Our guide, Jitka, was always helpful and informative. This tour is consistently hilly and is a true level 3 in that sense. I would recommend this tour to a intermediate level cyclist, who is well traveled and wants to experience the less traveled side of Europe.

      How many tours have you completed?
      2
      Difficulty (actual vs. expected)?
      Somewhat harder
      Do you recommend this tour?
      Yes
      • Photo 1 (photo by Chloek1234)
      • Poppies! These guys were in bloom everywhere. (photo by Chloek1234)
      • Signs for the Czech Republic's extensive bike path network (photo by Chloek1234)
      • Cycle path-side adult beverages (photo by Chloek1234)
      • Our group visiting the only remaining portion of the Iron Curtain in Czechia (photo by Chloek1234)
      • 4/5 Value
      • 3/5 Included meals
      • 4/5 Bikes + equipment
      • 3/5 Hotels or boat
      • 3/5 Scenery
      • 4/5 Ease of navigation
      • 4/5 Tour documents
      • 4/5 Local tour company services
      • 3/5 Route selection
      • 5/5 Guides (if applicable)

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