Entrance to circuit: Laa an der Thaya, Hevlín, Dyjákovice, Hrádek, Jaroslavice, Pernhofen, Wulzeshofen
Marked roads: EV13, 8, KTM
Refreshments: Laa an der Thaya, Hevlín, Dyjákovice, Hrádek, Jaroslavice, Pernhofen, Wulzeshofen
Please note: In Austria the trail runs in part along less busy roads.
Good to know: In the village of Jaroslavice you will find a chateau closed to the public and a pillory dating from the time of capital and corporal punishment being carried out in public.
Laa an der Thaya – the Carriage Museum, the Regional Museum, a church in the early Gothic style (from the early 13th century), an orthodox church and a cemetery with war monuments to the dead Russian soldiers.
Hevlín – located in the village square is the Church of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary.
Dyjákovice – Church of St. Michael with five altars, whose bell tower boasts six bells. Attached to the church is the Baroque presbytery and Lady chapel.
Hrádek – The Roman Rotunda of St. Oldřich.
Wulzeshofen – part of the cadastral area of Laa an der Thaya. Dominated by 306 m high hill Schatzberg, located northwestward from the village.