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TOURS - BIKING, HIKING BETWEEN VIENNA AND PRAGUE. 

Here you find the list of the most popular biking a hiking tours around all the stunning places for hiking and biking between Vienna and Prague.

This is a wide range of carefully prepared hiking, biking and self-driving tours with a variety of activities. Each tour is unique, adjusted to your personal expectations, taste and physical condition.

Here is the list of our top biking and hiking tours around Central Europe between Vienna and Prague (Czech Republic) we´ve found for you. 

Country
Activity
Interest
Persons
Days
Guidance
Rate
Price
CZ car/minibus, hiking nature, culture, UNESCO 1, 2-6, 7 and more 8 guided, vehicle support, self-guided medium 600 EUR max.
RAMBLING ALONG THE BLUEBERRY FIELDS
For 1 - 14 hikers without backpacks.  more >>>
From the main ridge - "Lost stones"

CZ car/minibus, hiking nature, UNESCO 2-6, 7 and more 8 guided, vehicle support, self-guided easy 800 EUR max.

FROM VIENNA TO PRAGUE

For 2 - 14 hikers without backpacks with permanent vehicle support.
Panorama of Prague over the Charles´ Bridge
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Panorama of Prague over the Charles´ Bridge Deep canyons along the Dyje river, Podyji National Park Limestones of Palava, UNESCO Biosphere Reserve Remains of the Iron Curtain Frescos remaining arrival of frirst Slavs in Znojmo The Lednice Chateau, UNESCO Heritage Site Houses of Renaissance Telc, UNESCO Heritage Site Chateau of Cesky Krumlov, UNESCO Heritage Site Cathedral of St Barbora, Kutna Hora, UNESCO Heritage Site Mediaeval bridge over ponds of the Trebon area, UNESCO Biosphere Reserve Holasovice, UNESCO Heritage Site
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What you??ll see, explore, touch and taste? Vineyards of the Palava region with its fine wines, tranquil beauty of the Podyji National Park, remains of Iron Curtain, beautiful Baroque chateau of Vranov, UNESCO World Heritage Sites as Lednice/Valtice, Telc, Cesky Krumlov, Holasovice and Kutna Hora, the unique fish ponds of the Trebon region in Southern Bohemia (UNESCO Biosphere Reserve) and typical local fish cuisine PLUS all the best beers like Hostan, Regent, Eggenberg, the original Budweiser. What else? Naturally fascinating Vienna and Prague!

WHEN TO GO? Any time between May and October. Just tell us.



Daily distances of optional hiking are 6 -15 km at a light/medium difficulty level.

Too long daily trips? Too short? Missing anything? Add extra day? Tell us, no problem.

Vienna - Prague walking tour

Day 1 - Morning transfer from Vienna to the starting point - Lednice, Czech Republic. A visit to the expansive chateau grounds and parklands in Lednice. Then towards the Palava Mts. and climb up the limestone hills, where there are ruins of several castles with names like Divci hrad (Girls Castle), Novy hrad (New Castle), and Sirotci hrad (Orphans Castle). Then light tour along the ridge and through the vineyards with their beautiful panoramic views (total of about 10 km) to Mikulov, a small renaissance town. Overnight here or in Znojmo.

Day 2 - Morning exploration of the town of Znojmo with its mediaeval town centre, wine cellars and wine shops, and the Romanesque rotunda with its unique frescos, reminiscent of the early Slavs. Round hiking trip via the Podyji National Park with a stop in the Sobes vineyard, established in ancient times. Total length of about 14 km. Overnight in Znojmo.

Day 3 - Morning transfer towards the Highlands with a stop in Cízov (in the Podyji National Park) to touch the remains of the Iron Curtain. Afterwards there is an 8 or 14 km long trip to a Hardegg viewpoint. Overnight in Vranov or a late afternoon transfer to the Highlands with an overnight in Telč.

Day 4 - Telc sightseeing - a storybook-like town (UNESCO World Heritage Site), the renaissance town centre, chateau, and the Jan Zrzavy Gallery. Afternoon hiking trip from Lhotka back to Telč through the gentle countryside of the highlands with their beautiful views. Overnight ditto.

Day 5 - Stop in Slavonice, another renaissance gem. Than take a ride in a narrow-gauge train and enjoy the peaceful countryside of an area called "Czech Canada". Downwards fishpond country and hike along the ancient banks of the ponds with their avenues of centuries-old oak trees to the centre of the renaissance town of Trebon. Overnight here.

Day 6 - Scenic hiking of about 6 or 14 km up towards the Sumava mountains (national park and the UNESCO Biosphere Reserve) with their beautiful panoramic views of the main massif. The day ends in the world renowned Cesky Krumlov (UNESCO World Heritage Site), a fantastic mediaeval town on the Vltava River. Overnight here.

Day 7 - A trip towards the Zlata Koruna monastery (Golden Crown, national monument) and hiking along the gorge-filled Vltava River valley. You can also rent a canoe and paddle down the river towards Zlata Koruna or have a lazy day in Ceský Krumlov, exploring its wonders - the chateau, galleries, shops and cafés. Overnight ditto.

Day 8 - Morning trip to the charming town of Holasovice, a unique village built in "baroque folk" style (UNESCO World Heritage Site) and then via Kutna Hora (UNESCO Heritage Site) towards Prague, a unique treasure of architectural styles and fine arts. Overnight in Prague or departure home.



By air:

By train or bus:
For details please refer to the national information system.

Pick up service:
We can organise your transfer from any airport listed above to the starting point. This should be ordered when making reservation. Price is between CZK 13 - 24 per km (ca 0,5 - 0,9 EURO, ca USD 0,55 - 1,1) and depends on size of the minibus.

If you travel by car, maybe following links to a few route planners might be helpful to you:

suggested itinerary
Daily distances of optional hiking are 6 -15 km at a light/medium difficulty level.

Too long daily trips? Too short? Missing anything? Add extra day? Tell us, no problem.

Vienna - Prague walking tour

Day 1 - Morning transfer from Vienna to the starting point - Lednice, Czech Republic. A visit to the expansive chateau grounds and parklands in Lednice. Then towards the Palava Mts. and climb up the limestone hills, where there are ruins of several castles with names like Divci hrad (Girls Castle), Novy hrad (New Castle), and Sirotci hrad (Orphans Castle). Then light tour along the ridge and through the vineyards with their beautiful panoramic views (total of about 10 km) to Mikulov, a small renaissance town. Overnight here or in Znojmo.

Day 2 - Morning exploration of the town of Znojmo with its mediaeval town centre, wine cellars and wine shops, and the Romanesque rotunda with its unique frescos, reminiscent of the early Slavs. Round hiking trip via the Podyji National Park with a stop in the Sobes vineyard, established in ancient times. Total length of about 14 km. Overnight in Znojmo.

Day 3 - Morning transfer towards the Highlands with a stop in Cízov (in the Podyji National Park) to touch the remains of the Iron Curtain. Afterwards there is an 8 or 14 km long trip to a Hardegg viewpoint. Overnight in Vranov or a late afternoon transfer to the Highlands with an overnight in Telč.

Day 4 - Telc sightseeing - a storybook-like town (UNESCO World Heritage Site), the renaissance town centre, chateau, and the Jan Zrzavy Gallery. Afternoon hiking trip from Lhotka back to Telč through the gentle countryside of the highlands with their beautiful views. Overnight ditto.

Day 5 - Stop in Slavonice, another renaissance gem. Than take a ride in a narrow-gauge train and enjoy the peaceful countryside of an area called "Czech Canada". Downwards fishpond country and hike along the ancient banks of the ponds with their avenues of centuries-old oak trees to the centre of the renaissance town of Trebon. Overnight here.

Day 6 - Scenic hiking of about 6 or 14 km up towards the Sumava mountains (national park and the UNESCO Biosphere Reserve) with their beautiful panoramic views of the main massif. The day ends in the world renowned Cesky Krumlov (UNESCO World Heritage Site), a fantastic mediaeval town on the Vltava River. Overnight here.

Day 7 - A trip towards the Zlata Koruna monastery (Golden Crown, national monument) and hiking along the gorge-filled Vltava River valley. You can also rent a canoe and paddle down the river towards Zlata Koruna or have a lazy day in Ceský Krumlov, exploring its wonders - the chateau, galleries, shops and cafés. Overnight ditto.

Day 8 - Morning trip to the charming town of Holasovice, a unique village built in "baroque folk" style (UNESCO World Heritage Site) and then via Kutna Hora (UNESCO Heritage Site) towards Prague, a unique treasure of architectural styles and fine arts. Overnight in Prague or departure home.

prices
Person/ tour/double occupancy   16 546 CZK  (635.31 EUR, 743.95 USD)
Per person (9 - 14 pers., double occupancy), CZK 16 546
Per person (4 - 8 pers., double occupancy), CZK 21 174
Per person (2 - 3 pers., double occupancy), CZK 23 133
Single room supplement, CZK 7 945

What is included:
  • Welcome at the starting point
  • Detailed itineraries, exact topographic maps 1:50 000 and a guide to recommended restaurants prepared by our experts
  • Accommodation with breakfasts in 3-star and 4-star selected hotels except for hotels in Vienna and Prague
  • Permanent mobile phone and vehicle support and luggage transfers during whole the tour
What can be ordered:
  • Stay in a wide range of hotels in Vienna and Prague - just tell us your preferences
  • Pick-up service; please tell us when making reservation where to and when you plan to arrive
  • Visit to the mediaeval silver mines in Kutna Hora
  • Guided walking tour in Prague
  • A tour guide for the whole tour
  • Extra nights of the programme
  • Evening meals in specialy selected restaurants
What is not included:
  • Travel to the country and back
  • Travellers insurance
  • Transfer to the starting point of the tour and back
  • Entrance fees and public transport if used
  • Overnight in Vienna and Prague
  • Meals except for breakfasts
how to get there

By air:

By train or bus:
For details please refer to the national information system.

Pick up service:
We can organise your transfer from any airport listed above to the starting point. This should be ordered when making reservation. Price is between CZK 13 - 24 per km (ca 0,5 - 0,9 EURO, ca USD 0,55 - 1,1) and depends on size of the minibus.

If you travel by car, maybe following links to a few route planners might be helpful to you:

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CZ biking nature, UNESCO 1, 2-6, 7 and more 5 guided, vehicle support, self-guided medium 500 EUR max.
VIENNA, PRAGUE AND THE BEST BETWEEN IN 5 DAYS
For 1 - 14 bikers without back-packs, with permanent vehicle support.   more >>>
Prague, Old Town Square

CZ biking nature, UNESCO 1, 2-6, 7 and more 8 guided, self-guided medium 400 EUR max.
THROUGH THE SUMAVA NATIONAL PARK

For 1 - 14 cyclists with or without back packs.

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Panorama of the Sumava Mts. from the forgotten villages around Busil.

AU, CZ biking nature, gastronomy, culture, UNESCO 1, 2-6, 7 and more 10 self-guided easy 800 EUR max.
THE BEST BETWEEN VIENNA AND PRAGUE IN 8 - 10 DAYS
For 1 - 14 bikers with own luggage transport.  more >>>
Charles bridge in Prague

CZ hiking nature, UNESCO 1, 2-6, 7 and more 8 guided, self-guided medium 500 EUR max.
THROUGH THE SUMAVA NATIONAL PARK
For 1 - 14 hikers without back packs.   more >>>
Rest under the aplle tree in Sumava

CZ hiking nature, culture, UNESCO 1, 2-6, 7 and more 7 guided, vehicle support, self-guided medium 600 EUR max.
FROM THE CESKE SVYCARSKO NATIONAL PARK TO PRAGUE

For 1 - 14 hikers without backpacks.

  more >>>
Czech-Saxon Switzerland

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