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EuroVelo 9: Baltic-Adriatic

 348 km  7 days

From Jeseníky Mountains to UNESCO sites

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From Jeseníky Mountains to UNESCO sites in Olomouc and Brno across Moravian carst to Lednice-Valtice UNESCO area

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 length 348 km
 elevation 1529 m
 decline 1665 m
 duration 7 days
 highest point 758 m
 lowest point 160 m
The link between Baltic and Adriatic Sea (1.930 km long) was in the ancient times an important transport corridor for the delivery of amber (Amber route). In Czechia the route enters from Poland near Mikulovice in Jeseníky Mountains and leaves the country in Poštorná-Břeclav. Along the Odra in Poland and later on across Jeseníky Mountains in Czechia through more challenging terrain via spa towns Jeseník and Lipová-lázně the route goes on to Haná region and Olomouc, capital of Olomouc region and UNESCO site, to Plumlov (chateau) to South Moravia. A unique experience is cycling through Moravian karst by the famous cave Macocha. Continue via Blansko to Brno, regional capital of South Moravia with Vile Tugendhat, UNESCO site. From Brno South through the region of wine and monuments you will go by Pálava hills to Mikulov, mediaeval towns with impressive castle and Dietrichstein family tomb and Holly hill. Past Mikulov the route runs parallel with EuroVelo 13-Iron Curtain trail to the next UNESCO site - Lednice-Valtice area to Břeclav. The Czech section of EuroVelo is almost 350 km long, plan at least 7 days and use certified cycle friendly services „Cyclists welcome“.
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