Dresden (D) has a long history as the capital and royal residence for the Kings of Saxony. “Florence of the North”, “Southern city in the North” and the “Baroque metropolis” – these are just few of the many nicknames that Dresden has merited. Pra...
Hadres (AUT) – If you are looking for a place with the longest wine cellar route, friendly people and, of course, quality wine, than you can´t find in Austria any better than Hadres. Wine Trails and Iron Curtain Roads.
Hodonin (CZ) the first written note dates from 1073. It´s noteworthy, that this town is the birthplace of the first Czech president Tomas Garrigue Masaryk. Wine Trails and Iron Curtain Roads.
Melnik (CZ) is located on a prominent hill above the confluence of the Vltava and the Elbe Rivers. It is a centre of a small Bohemian wine-growing region dating back to the 9th century. Prague-Dresden.
Decin (CZ) is a port on the Elbe River and is mainly a starting point for visiting the Sandstone Rocks. The main historical attraction of this town is a large castle founded in the final years of the Premyslid Royal Dynasty.Prague-Dresden.
Domazlice(CZ) in 13th century Bohemian sovereign Premysl Otakar II made it a fortified town, with a layout that has survived to the present. Its wonderful old centre is decorated with highly advanced Baroque architecture style.Prague - Regensburg.
Firstly mentioned in 1086, later in 15th century plunderd by the husitites. Nowadays best known for the old „Dragon Fest“ firstly celebrated here in 1590 and nicely preserved carillon.Prague - Regensburg.
Frantiskovy Lazne is a small, intimate spa town, which has preserved its turn-of-the-century atmosphere and is one of the most picturesque Czech spas. The relaxing ambience is enhanced thanks to the surrounding landscape.Spa Triangle and Prague.
Gmünd (AUT) is an old border town founded in the end of 12th century. Town hall, sgraffitto houses and lovely square make Gmünd popular tourist destination.
Cham (D) monks from Regensburg founded the Marienmünster, the first and oldest church in the Bavarian forest in the 8th century. The first reference to Cham as a city appears in 976. Prague - Regensburg.
Jaroslavice (CZ) a village with a viniculture tradition going back to the 12th century. There is an old-style wine cellar on the property of the chateau, where not long ago wine was processed from grapes from the best surrounding vineyards. Wine ...
This fabulous castle reflecting in the water surface of the surrounding lake surprises every visitor. Besides this breathtaking setting, this castle is also proud of its attractive interior. Prague-Vienna Greenways.