Tour description

Come ride with us to explore Prague and Krakow - the ancient capitals of the Czech Lands and Poland - and the unique cultures between them. This important route is framed with 6 UNESCO world heritage sites, numerous castles and plenty of little towns and hidden villages! 

The tour starts with a pedal from Prague to the Elbe river to follow it upstream. On the way we do not miss the famous Kutná Hora, once the largest silver mine in Europe, nowadays charming medieval town! Departing the Elbe, the route offers us colorful towns like Litomyšl or Moravská Třebová and mighty castles crowned by the fairytale-like Bouzov. Crossing the wooded and peaceful highlands, we descend to the old Moravian capital Olomouc. Integral to Central European history, this beautiful city is sometimes called " The Small Prague". Next we meander to the foot of the Beskydy mountains, enjoying their fantastic panorama before the route introduces us to picturesque towns like Hranice or Štramberk. Entering Poland through the Těšínsko region, we bike this lake-filled land to admire the old town of Pszyna with it's chateau and open air museum. Recent history obliges us to visit Oswieczim (Auschwitz) with its dreadful WWII history and nearby Nazi concentration camp. From here we continue through gentle landscapes along the Amber trail to the historical capital Krakow to admire its old town and the regal Wawel castle.

Explore Prague and Krakow - the ancient capitals of the Czechia and Poland - and the unique cultures between them. The route is framed with 6 UNESCO world heritage sites, numerous castles and plenty of little towns and hidden villages! 

Itinerary

Route A, 12 Days/11 Nights, 643 km

Arrival to Prague - not included in tour price!

Show day
0 Day

This day is yours to explore Prague, the "Paris of the Central Europe" Relax, stroll or treat experience a unique Prague-by-bike tour (see more in our Prague-by-bike section). Do not hesitate to ask us for this extra tour – it is our clients favorite! If time is not your worst enemy, we do propose you stay in Prague more days to fully explore its beauty and hidden corners. Feel free to ask us about more nights or other attractions!

Hotels: Night in Prague is not included as most of our guests prefer to stay more nights. We recommend to use one of our standard partner hotels (3/4/5* Standard) as our route description, GPS files, maps etc. starts from there. If you decide to book your own hotel additional 20 € administration fee will apply.

Please note we require hotel with 24/7 reception + bike storage room. We do not accept Air B&B accommodation and it will be your responsibility on day 1 to find way by bike to our starting point.  

Prague - Nymburk - Option B skip this part by a train/car!

Distance 63 KmShow day
1 Day

Prague's urban planners were certainly forward-thinking – part of our bike route follows right atop the metro tunnel! Escaping Prague,we bike north east towards the fertile Polabí region, stopping on the way in the old towns of Čelákovice and then Přerov nad Labem, home of the oldest village culture museum in Europe.  On a hot day, take the chance to swim in a local lake before we arrive at the old royal town of Nymburk with ancient walls bordering the Elbe,  While here we must taste the local Postřižiny beer to commemorate the Czech writer Bohumil Hrabal who grew up in the local brewery!

Nymburk - Kutna Hora

Distance 42 KmShow day
2 Day

On a pleasant and easy bike trail we'll roll along the river to the spa town of Poděbrady and continue to the royal town of Kolín with its ornate Renaissance synagogue. From Kolin we will leave the Elbe River and bike to one of the UNESCO Heritage sites on our "to-do list" – the old silver mining capital, Kutná Hora. Through the Middle Ages it was one of the most important towns in Europe, extremely rich due to its mines, coin mint and location on trade routes. Thanks to all this we can relax in the cozy old town comprised of fascinating Medieval and Baroque structures. Crowning it all is the stunning St Barbara's church – a real jewel of Gothic architecture!

Kutna Hora - Pardubice

Distance 56 KmShow day
3 Day

Before we leave Kutná Hora we will visit an extraordinary venue – the Sedlec ossuary, whose decorations were created using the bones of more than 30 000 people, making it a curious and macabre exhibition. Just before we return to the Elbe, we can visit a lovely Classical-style chateau, Kačina. Rejoining the river we pedal to the Kladruby national stud farm, which has produced exceptional horses for the Habsburgs since the 16th century.  In the afternoon we'll bike along the Buňkov lake, taking a pause to relax on the beach or even swim . Today's last stop is the medieval town of Pardubice. A charming, quiet old town with a nice chateau and old lanes, but home of the SEMTEX plastic explosive too. For those looking for something sweet - you've found it! -  Pardubice is the Czech capital of traditional gingerbread.

Pardubice - Litomysl

Distance 62 KmShow day
4 Day

As we leave Elbe river, we meet our first gentle hills and the mighty castle Kunětická Hora. Little detour and climb up the majestic hill is definitely worth a try!  After a pause we reach the river Loučná, following it to the village of Vraclav and its memorial to the Vršovec noble family. Next stop is the town of Vysoké Mýto:  Today the hub of bus construction, its much longer history is displayed by a beautiful town square and nicely preserved city gates. Today's lodgings are in the UNESCO-protected town of Litomyšl, home of a fantastic Renaissance chateau with stunning gardens. Litomyšl is also the birthplace of the renowned composer Bedřich Smetana, a man celebrated every year with a classical music festival - a highlight of the Czech cultural calendar.

Litomysl - Moravska Trebova

Distance 44 KmShow day
5 Day

This day we say good-bye to Bohemia,crossing the historical border to Moravia as we bike the gap between the Bohemian-Moravian Highlands in the south and the Eagle Mountains in the north. We can admire the Renaissance town of Svitavy with its beautiful square and explore the history of its most famous resident, the locally-dislike Oskar Schindler. From here we do have to climb over the Hřebeč range, but our route soons descends easily towards our lodging in the town of Moravská Třebová.  This little town has a fantastic Renaissance chateau, one of the best examples of that in the whole Moravia.

Moravska Trebova - Olomouc

Distance 68 KmShow day
6 Day

Our day starts nice and easily on the River Třebůvka, Still skirting the old border between Bohemia and Moravia, there is a high density of castle ruins, mostly just a couple of stones today.  But when we do leave the river we meet the biggest of today castles – Bouzouv, one of the most romantic places in the Czech Republic.  Shortly afterwards we leave the highlands and descend to the River Morava which more or less guides us through the rest of the day.  If you are interested in reaching our lodgings more quickly in the UNESCO city of Oloumoc, feel free to take the train; otherwise enjoy the bike route along the meandering river.  The ancient capital of the Moravia Empire, Olomouc rewards it visitors with fascinating sculptures, dramatic churches, and a communist-era astronomical clock.

Olomouc - Hranice/Teplice nad Bečvou

Distance 58 KmShow day
7 Day

 Today we follow the Bystřice river. First we reach the Tršice region with its beautiful views of Svatý Kopeček (Holy Hill).  Arriving in Přerov we reach the Bečva river and following the nice bike trail upstream. In Lipník we can admire the town center complete with a castle and extraordinary gardens, or we can make a detour up the hill to the mighty Helfštýn castle. Further upstream we reach the town of Hranice with its Renaissance square. On the other bank of Bečva we can relax in the local spa Teplice nad Bečvou.

Hranice/Teplice nad Becvou - Stramberk

Distance 42 KmShow day
8 Day

This day is one of the most demanding but interesting of our whole tour. The closer we get to Czech-Polish-Slovakian border, the more castles, castle ruins and historical towns we will meet. In the morning we follow the Bečva river for some last kilometers before the route turns uphill to discover some nice views of Starý Jičín and its castle ruin. Next stop is Nový Jičín with its picturesque old town and funny fountain on the square. From the town we continue up and down with some early views of the Beskydy mountains till we get to Štramberk. This lovely little town, with wooden houses and a mighty castle tower above it, is know for it's gourmet Štramberk Ears!

Stramberk - Cesky Tesin

Distance 40 KmShow day
9 Day

Distance: 64 km / 40 miles

Description of the day: Right after we leave Štramberk we enter the small town of Kopřivnice - home of the famous Tatra trucks. Next stop in this rather hilly morning is Hukvaldy, a small town overlooked by a mighty castle. Most of all the town is known as birthplace of the innovative 19th-century composer Leoš Janáček, whose house borders the bike route! After that we follow the small river Ondřejnice to the twin town of Frýdek-Místek just in time for lunch.  In the afternoon we bike along the Žermanice lake, a nice spot for a swim! Arriving even before we dry out, we stay in the border town(s) of Český Těšín/Cieszyn.

Cesky Tesin - Osvetim

Distance 79 KmShow day
10 Day

In the morning we cross the border and start the Polish part of our journey. The small roads gently meander away from the mountain views behind you. First stop is the small town of Skoczow where we join the Wisla river. From there on we bike through a land of lakes crowned by the mighty Goczalkowicke dam to the historical town of Pszyna. Here you can visit a  nice chateau and the regional museum or the Zubr (European buffalo) nature park. 

We will conclude our day in nice historical town of Oświęcim, sadly known for the nearby WWII concentration camp Oświęcim/Auschwitz. 

Osvetim - Krakow

Distance 84 KmShow day
11 Day

This day ranks among the longest ones but no need to be worried.  Most of the day you will spend biking by the Wisla river on flat newly built bike trails with wonderful views at meandering river! As an extra to avid bikers you can take a detour to Lipoviec(Babice), where you can climb to a majestic castle ruin, visit the town's open air museum or just enjoy traditional lunch! Shortly before arriving Krakow we highly recommend to visit Dominican monastery at Tyniec, which with more than a 1000 year history is the oldest monastery in Poland. 

We will conclude our day and whole tour in the historical town Krakow, known as the seat of Polish kings and archbishops. 

 TIP: Those willing to visit memorial site and museums in concentration camp Auschwitz can shorten or skip their bike ride with a train transfer to Krakow.

Krakow

Show day
12 Day

We highly recommend you take time to tour this magnificent city, the former capital of the Polish kingdom full of picturesque places and buildings.

If you have more time, we highly recommend trip to impressive historical salt mines, located only short ride from the town!

Route B, 9days/8nights, 478 km

Arrival to Prague - not included in tour price!

Show day
0 Day
This day is yours to explore Prague, the "Paris of the Central Europe" Relax, stroll or treat experience a unique Prague-by-bike tour (see more in our Prague-by-bike section). Do not hesitate to ask us for this extra tour – it is our clients favorite! If time is not your worst enemy, we do propose you stay in Prague more days to fully explore its beauty and hidden corners. Feel free to ask us about more nights or other attractions! Hotels: Night in Prague is not included as most of our guests prefer to stay more nights. We recommend to use one of our standard partner hotels (3/4/5* Standard) as our route description, GPS files, maps etc. starts from there. If you decide to book your own hotel additional 20 € administration fee will apply. Please note we require hotel with 24/7 reception + bike storage room. We do not accept Air B&B accommodation and it will be your responsibility on day 1 to find way by bike to our starting point.

Nymburk - Kutna Hora

Distance 42 KmShow day
1 Day
In the morning you will be transfered by train/car from Prague to Nymburk – from here we will continue as per itinerary. On a pleasant and easy bike trail we'll roll along the river to the spa town of Poděbrady and continue to the royal town of Kolín with its ornate Renaissance synagogue. From Kolin we will leave the Elbe River and bike to one of the UNESCO Heritage sites on our "to-do list" – the old silver mining capital, Kutná Hora. Through the Middle Ages it was one of the most important towns in Europe, extremely rich due to its mines, coin mint and location on trade routes. Thanks to all this we can relax in the cozy old town comprised of fascinating Medieval and Baroque structures. Crowning it all is the stunning St Barbara's church – a real jewel of Gothic architecture!

Kutna Hora - Pardubice

Distance 56 KmShow day
2 Day
Before we leave Kutná Hora we will visit an extraordinary venue – the Sedlec ossuary, whose decorations were created using the bones of more than 30 000 people, making it a curious and macabre exhibition. Just before we return to the Elbe, we can visit a lovely Classical-style chateau, Kačina. Rejoining the river we pedal to the Kladruby national stud farm, which has produced exceptional horses for the Habsburgs since the 16th century. In the afternoon we'll bike along the Buňkov lake, taking a pause to relax on the beach or even swim . Today's last stop is the medieval town of Pardubice. A charming, quiet old town with a nice chateau and old lanes, but home of the SEMTEX plastic explosive too. For those looking for something sweet - you've found it! - Pardubice is the Czech capital of traditional gingerbread.

Pardubice - Litomysl

Distance 62 KmShow day
3 Day
As we leave Elbe river, we meet our first gentle hills and the mighty castle Kunětická Hora. Little detour and climb up the majestic hill is definitely worth a try! After a pause we reach the river Loučná, following it to the village of Vraclav and its memorial to the Vršovec noble family. Next stop is the town of Vysoké Mýto: Today the hub of bus construction, its much longer history is displayed by a beautiful town square and nicely preserved city gates. Today's lodgings are in the UNESCO-protected town of Litomyšl, home of a fantastic Renaissance chateau with stunning gardens. Litomyšl is also the birthplace of the renowned composer Bedřich Smetana, a man celebrated every year with a classical music festival - a highlight of the Czech cultural calendar.

Litomysl - Moravska Trebova

Distance 44 KmShow day
4 Day
This day we say good-bye to Bohemia,crossing the historical border to Moravia as we bike the gap between the Bohemian-Moravian Highlands in the south and the Eagle Mountains in the north. We can admire the Renaissance town of Svitavy with its beautiful square and explore the history of its most famous resident, the locally-dislike Oskar Schindler. From here we do have to climb over the Hřebeč range, but our route soons descends easily towards our lodging in the town of Moravská Třebová. This little town has a fantastic Renaissance chateau, one of the best examples of that in the whole Moravia.

Moravska Trebova - Olomouc

Distance 68 KmShow day
5 Day
Our day starts nice and easily on the River Třebůvka, Still skirting the old border between Bohemia and Moravia, there is a high density of castle ruins, mostly just a couple of stones today. But when we do leave the river we meet the biggest of today castles – Bouzouv, one of the most romantic places in the Czech Republic. Shortly afterwards we leave the highlands and descend to the River Morava which more or less guides us through the rest of the day. If you are interested in reaching our lodgings more quickly in the UNESCO city of Oloumoc, feel free to take the train; otherwise enjoy the bike route along the meandering river. The ancient capital of the Moravia Empire, Olomouc rewards it visitors with fascinating sculptures, dramatic churches, and a communist-era astronomical clock.

Olomouc - Hranice/Teplice nad Bečvou

Distance 58 KmShow day
6 Day
Today we follow the Bystřice river. First we reach the Tršice region with its beautiful views of Svatý Kopeček (Holy Hill). Arriving in Přerov we reach the Bečva river and following the nice bike trail upstream. In Lipník we can admire the town center complete with a castle and extraordinary gardens, or we can make a detour up the hill to the mighty Helfštýn castle. Further upstream we reach the town of Hranice with its Renaissance square. On the other bank of Bečva we can relax in the local spa Teplice nad Bečvou.

Cesky Tesin - Osvetim Distance: 79 km / 49 miles

Distance 79 KmShow day
7 Day
In the morning you will be transferred by train from Hranice to Český Těšín – from here we will continue as per itinerary. In the morning we cross the border and start the Polish part of our journey. The small roads gently meander away from the mountain views behind you. First stop is the small town of Skoczow where we join the Wisla river. From there on we bike through a land of lakes crowned by the mighty Goczalkowicke dam to the historical town of Pszyna. Here you can visit a nice chateau and the regional museum or the Zubr (European buffalo) nature park. We will conclude our day in nice historical town of Oświęcim, sadly known for the nearby WWII concentration camp Oświęcim/Auschwitz.

Osvetim - Krakow

Distance 84 KmShow day
8 Day
This day ranks among the longest ones but no need to be worried. Most of the day you will spend biking by the Wisla river on flat newly built bike trails with wonderful views at meandering river! As an extra to avid bikers you can take a detour to Lipoviec(Babice), where you can climb to a majestic castle ruin, visit the town's open air museum or just enjoy traditional lunch! Shortly before arriving Krakow we highly recommend to visit Dominican monastery at Tyniec, which with more than a 1000 year history is the oldest monastery in Poland. We will conclude our day and whole tour in the historical town Krakow, known as the seat of Polish kings and archbishops. TIP: Those willing to visit memorial site and museums in concentration camp Auschwitz can shorten or skip their bike ride with a train transfer to Krakow.

Krakow

Show day
9 Day
We highly recommend you take time to tour this magnificent city, the former capital of the Polish kingdom full of picturesque places and buildings. If you have more time, we highly recommend trip to impressive historical salt mines, located only short ride from the town!

Services and prices

Selfguided tour without luggage transfer
Route A / Route B715/645 €
Selfguided tour with luggage transfer included Route A / Route B
2 Persons1125/975 €
4 Persons950/795 €
6 Persons835/695 €
Fully guided tour
Route B, 9 days1380 €
Extras, Route A / Route B
Bike Rental135/180 €
Road/Cross bike rental180/240 €
E-bike rental225/300 €
Single suplement surcharge210/295 €
Solo traveler surcharge230/210 €
Premium acommodation surcharge255/365 €
Premium accommodation single surcharge225/295 €
Halfboard surcharge210/290 €
Premium halfboard surcharge250/360 €
Night in Prague55 - 80 €/
Night in Krakow60 - 90 €
Booking fee30 €
Booking fee tailormade tour100 €
Selfguided tour without luggage transfer
Route A / Route B715/645 €
Selfguided tour with luggage transfer included Route A / Route B
2 Persons1125/975 €
4 Persons950/795 €
6 Persons835/695 €
Fully guided tour
Route B, 9 days1380 €
Extras, Route A / Route B
Bike Rental135/180 €
Road/Cross bike rental180/240 €
E-bike rental225/300 €
Single suplement surcharge210/295 €
Solo traveler surcharge230/210 €
Premium acommodation surcharge255/365 €
Premium accommodation single surcharge225/295 €
Halfboard surcharge210/290 €
Premium halfboard surcharge250/360 €
Night in Prague55 - 80 €/
Night in Krakow60 - 90 €
Booking fee30 €
Booking fee tailormade tour100 €

We highly recommend

Our tips
Tip 1Should you have time, do spend more nights in both Prague and Krakow!
Tip 2When in Prague, we much recommend our PRague by bike guided tour!
Tip 3When going selfguided, we again much recommned Kutná Hora and  Olomouc for an extra night!

Tour datesAny scheduled tour can be made private. Your group, your dates. Go Private

Fully guided terms
09. 06. 2024-17. 06. 2024Request now!
01. 09. 2024-09. 09. 2024Request now!

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Our rental bikes

At Europe Bike Tour, we understand that a high-quality bicycle is key to an enjoyable vacation. That's why we ensure all our bikes are regularly serviced to maintain their perfect condition. For additional equipment, please refer to the "Bike Equipment" section where you'll find items included in the bike fee or available for rent/purchase at an extra cost.

Our diverse fleet includes bikes for men and women in various sizes, electric bikes, tandem bikes, children's bikes, and even recumbent bikes upon request. If you have any special requirements or wishes, please don't hesitate to contact us. We are dedicated to meeting your needs and ensuring you have the best experience possible!

What is included and what notOn self guided idividual tours

  • Individual pre-tour meeting at appointed time at client's hotel on the first day of the tour
  • Accommodation in selected hotels and pensions (city standard/premium)
  • Breakfast on all days
  • Day by day description with altitude profiles, places to visit and local tips
  • Official biking maps with highlighted routing (per room)
  • Detailed tailor-made cycling maps (per room)
  • Detailed town maps with highlighted routing to/from hotel (per room)
  • Step by step route description (per room)
  • Train tickets and train timetables (for tours where train transfer is part of a tour schedule)
  • Transportation of luggage between hotels between 9-17:00 (for option including luggage transfers only!)
  • Practical bike ride and safety information
  • 24-hour hotline assistance service
  • Personal travel and health insurance for participants in the tour
  • Transportation (air tickets) to/from starting/final point of the tour
  • Transfer from Prague Airport to your Prague hotel on the day of arrival
  • Transfer from hotel to the airport on departure day
  • Meals (except for breakfasts)
  • Entrance fees to museums, castles, and chateaux
  • Local touristic/spa tax (to be paid on spot directly to accommodation)
  • Bike rental

On fully guided tours

  • Specialized Bike Holidays bicycle tour leader during all biking days
  • Pick-up from any Prague hotel on the first day of the tour at an appointed time
  • Accommodation in selected hotels and pensions
  • Breakfast on all days
  • Dinners without drink on specific number of biking days (usually every other day but for more info, please contact your tour coordinator)
  • Refreshments in the supporting vehicle (soft drinks, snacks, sweets, fruit)
  • Water for bike-flasks
  • Welcome briefing on the first day
  • Maps of towns of accommodation on the tour (per room)
  • Detailed cycling maps (on request)
  • Program and detailed day-by-day description (per room)
  • Practical bike ride safety training
  • Technical service on the route
  • First aid service on the route
  • Support vehicle
  • All transportation of participants and their luggage and bicycles during the tour
  • Personal travel and health insurance for participants in the tour
  • Transportation (air-tickets) to/from Prague – starting/final point of the tour
  • Transfer from Prague airport to your Prague hotel on the day of arrival
  • Transfer from hotel to the airport on the departure day
  • Other meals than mentioned in "What is included"
  • Entrance fees to museums, castles, and chateaux
  • Local touristic/spa tax (to be paid on spot directly to accommodation)
  • Bike rental

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With a rich 12-year history, Europe Bike Tours offers more than just cycling trips; we provide immersive "Culture Biking" experiences across the Czech Republic and Central Europe. Our tours blend the thrill of biking with cultural exploration, taking you from charming local eateries to ancient, hidden castles. We handpick the most captivating locations, ensuring each bike, family, or wine holiday is an adventure in itself. Catering to diverse preferences, our tours come in various formats, from self-guided to fully guided, with options for luggage transfer and different accommodation levels. For those seeking something unique, we're always ready to craft a tailor-made tour that perfectly fits your vision of a cycling holiday.

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Languages spoken Czech, English, French, German, Slovak, Spanish

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Nielsen group

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Arrived Dresden today. The trip has gone very fine.

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Mark and Nicola Fleming - June 2023

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06 Dec

Eric & Jola George, Queensland, Australia

In September 022, we met with European family members to ride from Spindleruv Llyn to Nymburk along the Labem/Elbe. It was our third trip with Europe Bike Tours and it did not disappoint. We love riding in the Czech countryside, and stopping every night is such interesting towns, and we'll be back again as there is so much of Czechia to see. We preparing a 3 episode account of our trip for ou...

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27 Aug

Family Lodder

Dear Lukas, Great tour from Prague to Vienna, with beautiful routes, well equiped bikes and lovely stops. We enjoyed Tjechie! The castles, food and vineyards. It was wonderful. The cycling, the canoeing, the hiking and the service on the jacket ;-) . Everything well organized and with a personal touch. Best regards, Alfred, Christine, Jonathan and Olivier Utrecht, Netherlands

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