This circular bike trip starts in the center of Slavkov, synonymous with the famous Battle of the Three Emperors in 1805. You'll cover a total of 31 kilometers and ascent 376 meters. Get ready to pedal!
We have found other places you might like. Have a look at them.
found 12 trips
Did Napoleon pause in Brno? Yes, he did! In fact, he spent more time in the Moravian capital in the memorable year of 1805 than on the battlefield at Austerlitz (Slavkov). Therefore, take a stroll through Brno and look at the familiar city with fresh eyes.
In the early 19th century, Šlapanice was primarily an agricultural center that supplied Brno with bread and milk. At that time, there were about eight times fewer inhabitants here than today. Although the actual village was not directly affected by the battle's turmoil, its residents experienced more than enough difficulties during those times. This was also contributed to by the fact that all three armies gradually passed through the town. Let's take a walk in their footsteps.
A leisurely bike trip through the mementos of the Battle of the Three Emperors. You'll cover a distance of 32 km with a total ascent of 366 m.
Scenic views, gemstones, the romantic valley of a trout river, churches, the Porta Coeli Convent and the Pernštejn Castle. And small breweries along the way, which will quench your thirst.
Hot summer in South Moravia? Cool down in the Brno underground. South Moravia is the sunniest region of the Czech Republic, which is why the grapes thrive there, but the sweltering temperatures can make you drowsy... The heat cannot reach under the ground, though!
Get ready for a not so difficult bike trip filled with history! Even less experienced cyclists will manage this circuit. You'll cover a distance of 20 km with a total ascent of 257 meters.
Get on your bike and let the breeze carry you through the fragrant summer. Time passes more slowly here, the sun shines on the vineyards and the romantic valley of the Jihlava River tempts you to relax.
Coal near Brno? Black and genuine? It was mined here in ten mines starting from the mid-18th century. The deepest galleries in Central Europe!