The smallest high mountain region in Europe
Bavarian forest – Czech Republic – Slovakia – High Tatras – Danube floodplains – Mühlviertel
We take a trip into one of the most unique and scenic mountain regions.
From Spiegelau in the Bavarian Forest we start to the treetop path. Through Bohemia, we ride to Ceske Budejovice (Budweis) and Brno with their stunning, vibrant old city quarters. We pass Austerlitz, the site of the Battle of the Three Emperors, and the old Bohemian fortification line (of 1938). The route meanders through wonderful landscapes up into the High Tatra Mountains with their typical beautiful wooden houses. Through the foothills of the Slovakian and Austrian Carpathians we get to Petronell-Carnuntum, an ancient Roman settlement. Through the Danube Floodplains National Park, Marchfeld ("Weinviertel", "Waldviertel" and "Mühlviertel") we arrive at the beautiful city of Cesky Krumlov. Past the Moldavian dams and through the Bohemian Forest we return to our starting point in Spiegelau.
Level of difficulty
Approx. 1700 km
Good to acceptable roads, wide turns, tarmac
EUR 1,125 for driver
EUR 1,066 for passenger
EUR 160 single room surcharge
- 7 nights in a double room at very well managed hotels (changing hotels 6 times),
- English-speaking tour guide
Not included:Fuel, meals/snacks during the day, drinks, toll, Vignette, entrance fees.
Meeting point and departure:
By 6 p.m. on arrival day at the hotel in Spiegelau