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  1. Ostmähren planned a bike ride.

    July 29, 2020

    02:26
    17.2 mi
    7.1 mph
    1,825 ft
    1,825 ft
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      If you feel like working out with your bike and enjoying beautiful nature, this tour over the Beskydy ridge is perfect for you. The tour starts in Velké Karlovice, a popular starting point for hikes and bike tours. Here you will find many hotels, restaurants and a variety of traditional wooden houses.The tour starts comfortably through the Bečva valley on a bike path. In Leskové you turn into a side valley and drive a good six kilometers easily but steadily uphill. Once at the top, at over 900 meters, you drive on a wonderful forest path on a ridge.On the way you will find a few authentic places to eat that will delight you with delicious dishes. Via the "Wallachia Olympus" you roll back comfortably to Velké Karlovice, where you can relax in the thermal bath.

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  2. Ostmähren planned a bike ride.

    July 29, 2020

    01:50
    19.9 mi
    10.8 mph
    525 ft
    1,200 ft
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      This overall easy and cozy bike tour takes you from Horní Bečva to Valašské Meziříčí, always following the babbling Bečva. Not far from your starting point, a bit upstream, is a pretty reservoir where you can also swim.You cycle comfortably along the river bank and soon reach Rožnov pod Radhoštěm. There are several great highlights waiting for you. On the one hand the impressive Wallachian open air museum, on the other hand the Jurkovič lookout tower.The museum is the largest and oldest open air museum in Central Europe and celebrations are often held. So take some time to visit. You can reach the observation tower by bike on an incline. The tower was built true to the original according to plans that were more than 100 years old in 2012.After the interesting break in Rožnov you always cycle slightly downhill on the well-developed bike path to Valašské Meziříčí, where you can fortify yourself with Moravian-Wallachian specialties in the pretty old town.

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  3. Ostmähren planned a bike ride.

    July 29, 2020

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      On this leisurely tour you follow the Bečva river from Vsetín to Velké Karlovice. You will drive through idyllic Moravian-Wallachian villages and a wonderful landscape. The tour starts in Vsetín. The Moravian Museum is worth seeing in the castle there.The bike route takes you out of the city and you always cycle directly on or near the river. The bike path is extremely well developed and there are many rest options.The tour ends in Velké Karlovice in the heart of Moravian Wallachia. It is worth staying longer in the holiday resort as there are many sport and relaxation options. In the village you will also find interesting, old wooden houses.You can either go back by bike - in the direction of Vsetín you follow the course of the river and roll back comfortably - or you simply take the train.

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  4. Ostmähren planned a bike ride.

    July 29, 2020

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      Look forward to a particularly beautiful tour of Moravian Slovakia. It starts in Staré Město. You ride on a great bike path through nature until you come to Velehrad. There is a lot going on in this small town. First you drive to the Archeoskanzen, an archaeological open air museum. There you can go back in time to Great Moravia, taste a Slovovice and also go through an underwater tunnel.The Velehrad Abbey with its impressive basilica is just a stone's throw away. It is an important Moravian pilgrimage site and has been visited by several popes. After an extensive tour, you will cycle to Buchlovice on a well-developed bike path and small roads. The next stately building awaits you there: the baroque castle. It is located in an extremely beautiful and well-kept baroque garden.You will overcome a long climb before you descend again into the valley of the Morava. At the end you drive along the river back to Staré Město, of course on a beautiful bike path right on the water.

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  5. Ostmähren planned a bike ride.

    July 29, 2020

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      This tour takes you from Otrokovice along the Dřevnice river 28 kilometers via Zlín to Vizovice. The tour starts at the Otrokovice train station. After ten kilometers along the river you will reach Zlín. The industrial city is full of interesting buildings, especially made of red brick.You are in the middle of the largest monument zone of functionalism. So it is worth strolling a bit through the city and leaving the bike route. The Tomáš Baťa Monument and the Southeast Moravian Museum are particularly exciting.The route continues to Vizovice. The place is not only known from the funny song "Jožin z Bažin", but above all for its delicious Slivovice. The world-famous plum brandy is the national drink in Moravia and you can try the fire in the Rudolf Jelínek distillery.Shortly before the end of the tour, a special highlight awaits you, Vizovice Castle. The well-preserved interior is particularly worth seeing, as it is preserved in the original. Back to Otrokovice you can easily take the train or return by bike.

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  6. Ostmähren planned a bike ride.

    July 29, 2020

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      Kroměříž is one of the prettiest places in East Moravia, maybe even in the whole of the Czech Republic. The city is a major gem of garden architecture and even a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Before you start cycling, it is worthwhile to extensively explore the impressive gardens, as well as the castle with its picture gallery and extensive wine cellar from 1266.The tour starts along the Morava to Otrokovice and then to Napajedla, where the castle of the same name welcomes you with its park. We continue along the romantic Baťa Canal. The bike path is wonderfully developed, so it is a lot of fun to drive through the pretty landscape.In fact, you have already reached your destination in Staré Město. But we don't want to withhold a unique round from you. It leads to Uherské Hradiště, the center of Moravian Slovakia. In addition to the well-preserved old town, the royal city is also known for its wine and branched wine labyrinth.Then you drive to Uherenský Ostroh and then past some gravel lakes, where you can take a bath break, back to Staré Město. From there you can get to Kroměříž by train or excursion boat.

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