Retz (D) is an urban historical reservation with a series of valuable houses. The Renaissance town hall, traditional pillory and a 20 km long wine cellar labyrinth belong among the biggest jewels of this town. Wine Trails and Iron Curtain Roads.
Roding (D) is with its foundation in the year 844 not only the oldest "Landstadt" of the Upper Palatinate, but also presents itself at the moment as an up-coming, modern and innovative town. Prague - Regensburg.
Roudnice nad Labem (CZ) the castle is located on a high rock above the Elbe River. The castle has been at that location since the 12th century. Remains of this Roman castle have been preserved in the cellars and on the ground floor of the castle. ...
Slavonice (CZ) this border town is centred on a main square with a unique collection of 16th century Renaisance houses, some with rich sgraffito decorations and vaulted ceilings. Prague-Vienna Greenways.
Straznice (CZ) a town and centre of the viniculture district, noted already in 1086. In the 16th century Straznice was the second largest city after Prague. Wine Trails and Iron Curtain Roads.
Satov (CZ) lies not quite 1 km from the Austrian border. It is the largest village in the vicinity of Znojmo. Prague-Vienna Greenways. Wine Trails and Iron Curtain Roads.
Nittenau (D) is an old town with more than one thousand year long tradition. Among its places of interest are remain of medieval fortification and ruin of oldest castle chapels in Bavaria.Prague - Regensburg.
The path follows the border of the most valuable core of the virgin forest with a giant tree, the now decaying spruce was formerly 57.6 m high, its girth being 508 cms.
Telc (CZ) origins date back to the 13th century but it got its current look after a huge fire in 1530. Prague-Vienna Greenways.
Trebic (CZ) is a district town and it is situated on both banks of the Jihlava River. The Jewish Quarter, the old Jewish cemetery and the Basilica of St Procopius are reminders of the co-existence of the Jewish and Christian cultures from the Midd...
Vienna (AUT) Austria’s metropolis offers a unique blend of imperial traditions and stunning modern architecture. Visit Vienna for its cultural events, imperial sights, coffee houses, cozy wine taverns, and that very special Viennese charm. (UNESCO...
Vimperk (CZ) first records of the castle are from 1263. The town was among the first ones in the Czech lands to have a printing shop. Vimperk gained fame for its glass indurstry. First glass works date back to the 14th century.