EuroVelo 4 in the Czech Republic first follows the Ohře / Eger River Trail, from the German border to medieval Cheb/Eger, and then to the world famous spa Karlovy Vary. Then it follows the Berounka-Střela greenway through the Křivoklátsko protected landscape area and passes the medieval castle Karlštejn, to the conflunce with the Vltava in Prague. The route runs through Prague follows the river Elbe through Central Bohemia. It continues to the Bohemian Highlands and into South Moravia visiting, Brno, a UNESCO heritage site. The route goes through the famous battle field of Austerlitz and joins the Morava River Trail. Near Ostrava, you reach the Polish border!

National & Regional Information

Czech EuroVelo Coordinator

Partnerství, o.p.s. (public benefit company) is national coordinator of EuroVelo, long distance cycle routes and greenways in Czechia as well as of cycling friendly accommodations, restaurants and tourist attractions "Cyklisté vítáni" (Cyclists Welcome).

1- is the national portal for the 4 EuroVelo routes in the Czech Republic and contains route descriptions, details of the certified 'Cyclists Welcome' services, information on accessing the route by public transport and links to the main tourist attractions.

(+420) 274 816 727

3- CzechTourism Land of Stories

Official website of the National Tourism Authority "CzechTourism".

Cycle Friendly Services in the Czech Republic

Accommodation, restaurants, camping sites and tourist destinations for cyclists are indicated by a smiling bike certifying that cyclists are welcome.

(+420) 736 747 361

Czech Public transport information

National web site with information on train, bus and public transport connections and travel with a bicycle in the Czech Republic.

Czech Railways (České dráhy)

Web site of the national train company Czech Railways (České dráhy) with information on taking bicycles on trains in the Czech Republic.

00420 221 111 122

Rent a bike in Czechia

CD bike (Czech Railways bike rental services).

UNESCO sites

National website regarding 12 UNESCO sites in the Czech Republic.

[EV4, EV7] Elbe Cycle Route South

While the Elbe is only the second longest river in Germany, it is definitely the number one river among cycle tourists. Immediately beyond the German-Czech border, the river is greeted by the sandstone cliffs of Saxon Switzerland National Park. The route passes through the Elbe valley, amidst romantic, rugged scenery. The world-famous Semperoper opera house and reconstructed Frauenkirche church can be visited in Dresden.

+49 3501 470141