Prague-Vienna Greenways Route Guide
I am at work on a Prague-Vienna Greenways guide for bicyclists. This site will provide Google map overlays, cue sheets, and downloadable GPX files for the entire Prague-Vienna Greenways system.
The Prague-Vienna Greenways are a network of bicycle trails, mostly on minor roads but sometimes off-road, that connect the capitals of the Czech Republic and Austria.
|Prague to Tábor||123 km||map/GPX||cue sheet|
|Tábor to Jindřichův Hradec||50 km||map/GPX||cue sheet|
|Jindřichův Hradec to Slavonice||47 km||map/GPX||cue sheet|
|Slavonice to Safov and Znojmo||78 km||map/GPX||cue sheet|
|Znojmo to Mikulov and Valtice||80 km||map/GPX||cue sheet|
|Valtice to Vienna||miles|km||map/GPX||cue sheet|
I’d like to offer reverse GPX routes as well, but rather than do a lot of manual labor, I am waiting for someone else to create a technical solution.
|Vienna to Valtice||miles|km||map/GPX||cue sheet|
|Valtice to Znojmo||miles|km||map/GPX||cue sheet|
|Znojmo to Slavonice||miles|km||map/GPX||cue sheet|
|Slavonice to Jindřichův Hradec||miles|km||map/GPX||cue sheet|
|Jindřichův Hradec to Tábor||miles|km||map/GPX||cue sheet|
|Tábor to Prague||miles|km||map/GPX||cue sheet|
The Rozmberk Greenway loop is an extra loop in the Prague-Vienna trail network, extending into southern Bohemia, from which it is easy to connect with the Danube Bicycle Trail. It offers more scenic and off-road cycling than the main route, with more challenging climbs and descents.
|Tábor to České Budĕjovice (EuroVelo)||67 km||map/gpx||cue sheet|
|Tábor to České Budĕjovice (Rozmberk)||92 km||map/gpx||cue sheet|
|České Budĕjovice to Český Krumlov||29 km||map/gpx||cue sheet|
|Český Krumlov to Nové Hrady||85 km||map/gpx||cue sheet|
|Nové Hrady to Jindřichův Hradec||63 km||map/gpx||cue sheet|
The Greenways of Crafts and Beliefs form a 150-kilometer-long route on the border of Vysočina that connects towns that offer traditional crafts, galleries, and folk museums. It provides another alternative route, or a possible loop.
|Slavonice to Telc||miles|km||map/gpx||cue sheet|
|Telc to Jindřichův Hradec||miles|km||map/gpx||cue sheet|
Europe’s longest and most popular bike trail is the Donauradweg (Danube Bike Trail), an international trail that runs the length of the Danube, from its source in Germany’s Black Forest to the Black Sea. It is easy to connect from Linz to the Prague-Vienna Greenways trail system.
|Český Krumlov to Bad Leonfelden||45 km||map/gpx||cue sheet|
|Bad Leonfelden to Linz||34 km||map/gpx||cue sheet|